Rival Clue #1 - Our rivalry stretched over two years from Maryland to Florida, with New York hosting our most well remembered meeting.
Rival Clue #2 - Both rivals were multiple stakes winners in more than one year.
Rival Clue #3 - Although sired by different stallions, our sires shared shared the first two letters and the last four letters of each’s one word name.
Rival Clue #4 - One rival cleaned up in South Florida and Chicago, while the other was New York through and through.
Rival Clue #5 - Each rival lost a leg of the Triple Crown as a race favorite.
Rival Clue #6 - While both of our trainers ended up in the Hall of Fame, they were more than 50 years apart in age.
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Rival Clue #7 - From a talented crop, there were three different winners of the Triple Crown series when we were three.
Rival Clue #8 - Besides each other, one horse we each raced against is considered one of the best of all-time.
Rival Clue #9 - One rival was a three-year-old champion, while the other was unbeaten as a juvenile, and brother to a future Horse of the Year.
Rival Clue #10 - In our final meeting, the loser of our most famous meeting came out on top.
Rival Clue #11 - Both rivals finished their career at the age of four and were sent off for a career at stud.
Rival Clue #12 - Born the same year, both rivals won more than half of their races, and combined to finish first or second in 35 of 42 lifetime races.
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