Secretariat by William Nack
The True Story That Inspired - A Major Motion Picture

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“Secretariat is an elegantly crafted, exhilarating tale of speed and power, grace and greatness, told with such immediacy that the reader is lost in the rush of horses and the clatter and ring of the grandstand.” —Laura Hillenbrand, bestselling author of Seabiscuit Updated with a new preface by the author In 1973, Secretariat, the greatest champion in horse-racing history, won the Triple Crown. The only horse to ever grace the covers of Time, Newsweek, and Sports Illustrated in the same week, he also still holds the record for the fastest times in both the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Stakes. He was also the only non-human chosen as one of ESPN’s “50 Greatest Athletes of the Century.” The tale of “Big Red” is an enduring and inspiring classic, more than thirty years after its initial publication.
 

About William Nack

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WILLIAM NACK is the author of Secretariat: The Making of a Champion and My Turf: Horses, Boxers, Blood Money, and the Sporting Life. As a writer at Sports Illustrated, he won six Eclipse Awards for his coverage of thoroughbred racing. Nack also has contributed to GQ, where he won a seventh Eclipse Award. He lives in Washington, D.C.Photo credit: Roger Ebert
 
Published August 31, 2010 by Hyperion Press.
Genres: . Non-fiction

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William Nack's account of the saga (which gets a "suggested by" credit here) was pointedly titled "Secretariat: The Making of a Champion," and Chenery and her team are indeed portrayed here as fiercely committed individuals who all but willed a winner into existence.

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