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Seabiscuit beats War Admiral
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November 1, 1938
Seabiscuit beats War Admiral
In the world of horse racing, a match race is one man's horse against another man's horse. One of the most famous in the twentieth century was between Seabiscuit and Triple Crown winner War Admiral.
On November 1, 1938, at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland, Seabiscuit and War Admiral finally met on the track. At least 40,000 spectators from around the world had come to watch. Many more listened live by radio; President Franklin D. Roosevelt was late to a press conference because of it.
Seabiscuit won by three lengths.
http://horseracing.about.com/od/history1/1/blseabis.htm
 

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