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Man o'War voted best of 20th Century

Updated: December 22, 1999, 10:01 AM ET
Associated Press

NEW YORK -- Man o'War and Secretariat, two mighty chestnut colts, ran 1-2 in the race for Horse of the Century.

Man o'War, owned by Samuel D. Riddle and trained by Louis Feustel, won nine of 10 starts as a 2-year-old, then was unbeaten in 11 starts in 1920 before being retired. His loss in 1919 was a second-place in the Sanford at Saratoga to a horse named Upset.

Man o'War was selected as the greatest horse of the century by a six-member panel of experts assembled by The Associated ...

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