Great American Horse Race

Great American Horse Race

The 3,500 mile Great American Horse Race of 1976 contained over a hundred experienced riders and the winner ended up being a man riding a mule named Lord Fauntleroy. He beat the next closest finisher, a thoroughbred Arabian, by 10 hours and the pair ended up winning $25,000.

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