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How the Eclipse Awards Came to Be

Before 1936, there were no formal championship titles in American racing. Horses that racked up the greatest earnings and the most stakes wins in their divisions were called champions. The horse acclaimed the best of the year was often the one with the highest earnings of all, a convention that neatly meshed with accomplishments on track. Read More

 

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