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American Classics wins: Belmont Stakes Hanover — was a champion American Thoroughbred racehorse that won his first 17 race starts. He was the last American stallion to head the leading sire in North America list for four consecutive years until Bold Ruler did so in He was a chestnut colt bred at Colonel E.
Clay's Runnymede Farm. Hanover started in 27 races at the age of three, racing at distances ranging from four furlongs m to two miles 3, m. After several losses at age four, and an obvious lameness to the right forefoot, Hanover was nerved and given the remainder of the year to recover. At age five, he lost three times in his first four starts, but finished the season with 9 wins from his 17 race starts.
For most of his racing career, Hanover raced against older and top-class horses while conceding them large weights. From his 50 starts, he won 32 races, was second 14 times, and finished third twice, only unplaced twice. After his racing career ended, Hanover was sold to Colonel Milton Young and sent to his McGrathiana Stud farm near Lexington, Kentucky, where he enjoyed a very successful breeding career, becoming the leading sire in the United States for four consecutive years — He was also the damsire of Triple Crown winner Sir Barton.
While pawing, Hanover was unable to feel the pain in his 'unnerved' foot, and broke his coffin bone. This led to septicimea, and his condition worsened before he was humanely euthanized in March Following the creation of the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame , Hanover was part of the first group of horses inducted in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
American-bred Thoroughbred racehorse. For the horse breed, see Hanoverian horse. Belmont Stakes winners. Hidden categories: Webarchive template wayback links Articles with short description Pages using deprecated image syntax. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.