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Many have seen the footage of Spicer Cub and his antics on the track. Others know of Whirlaway's exploits as well. But few I think know much about another free spirit on the race track. No Robbery was a son of the great Swaps and raced in the 1960's. He was a considered a phenomenal talent, but his unorthodox running style hindered his race career. He enjoyed trying to unseat his jockey in the walking ring and would usually stand on his front legs and kick out with his back legs on the way to the starting gate. He took himself out of the Kentucky Derby by bolting to the outside and wound up fifth in the race. One of his favorite tricks was to cavort from rail to rail and because he was supremely talented was still able to win. Inspite of his urge to join the racing fans in the grandstand, he managed to run the fastest mile at the time on a NY track. My favorite race of his was the Wood Memorial when he literally ran backwards in the stretch and still won.
  • Sullivan · Reminds me of Cousin as well. Got to love these characters · 726 days ago
  • buckpasser · Yes you do. No Robbery was the Broodmare sire of Buckeroo (Buckpasser-Stepping High by No Robbery) who was the sire of Derby Winner Spend a Buck. · 726 days ago

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