Won: Preakness S., Belmont S., Dwyer S., Travers S., & Jockey Club Gold Cup. Final start/win was a
match race against SIR BARTON, the 1919 Triple Crown winner. Lost to a 100-1 longshot named UPSET. Sire of 1937 Triple Crown
winner WAR ADMIRAL and grandsi
Annick Arabians standing Wilderness Storm
Hall of Fame, and Hall of Fame Sire, Leading Sire and Maternal Grandsire of AQHA race qualifiers,
Champions, Arena ROM, and AQHA Money Earners
Dam of Pharas and Fairway, Never won at less than 1 1/2 miles.
The best 10 furlong horse of his time. His male line became one of the most significant in the
last 50 years. Leading Sire in England in 1931, and Leading Sire in France in 1939 Sire of Nearco, Pharis and Cameronian.
Top Sprinter for 1917-1918. Over 90% of North American graded stakes winners born in the new
millennium are his direct male line decendants. Leading English sire of 2 yr olds in 1925, 1926, 1927. Leading over all english
sire in 1925 and 1928.
Champion 2 & 3 yr. old colt in Italy. Leading Sire in 1947 and 1948. Sire of 99 Stakes
Blue Hen Mare, Won the Theale Maiden Plate(dead heat), and Witley Handicap.
Holds record for Epsom Derby since 1936. 1946 Leading Sire.
AQHA Hall of Fame, He was well muscled and exceptionally balanced. His hoofes were as hard as
flint. Maternal 1/2 brother to triple crown winnier: Count fleet.
#100 on the Top 100 U.S. Racehorses of the 20th Century. 1929 Horse of the Year and Champion
3 yr. old colt. 1930 Champion handicapped Male
So much to mention for this stallion, there is just not enough room!!Responsible for Secretariats
hindquarters It was Blenheim's trademark. A proven sire in England. He was a Top Flight race horse imported to U.S. from England