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British Horseracing Hall of Fame

The British Horseracing archive of horses at the National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket, Suffolk, United Kingdom includes both runners and breeders.

  • Aboyeur
  • Admiration
  • Ambush II
  • Athasi
  • Athford
  • Ayrshire
  • Bachelor's Button
  • Bala Hissar
  • Beadsman
  • Beam
  • Beau Pere
  • Beppo
  • Black Cherry
  • Bobsleigh
  • Bona Vista
  • Book Law
  • Brown Betty
  • Buchan
  • Cameronian
  • Canterbury Pilgrim
  • Captain Cuttle
  • Chaleureux
  • Chapeau
  • Chaucer
  • Chelandry
  • China Cock
  • Cicero
  • Cloister
  • Common
  • Coronach
  • Craganour
  • Craig an Eran
  • Cyllene
  • Dean Swift
  • Delaunay
  • Desmond
  • Diomedes
  • Doris
  • Double Life
  • Durbar II
  • Epsom Lad
  • Eremon
  • Fairway
  • Felstead
  • Figaro
  • Flamingo
  • Flint Jack
  • Foxlaw
  • Gainslaw
  • Galloper Light
  • Galtee More
  • Gentle Shepherd
  • Glass Doll
  • Gold Bridge
  • Golden Corn
  • Golden Myth
  • Grand Parade
  • Herodote
  • Hornet's Beauty
  • Humorist
  • Invershin
  • Irish Elegance
  • Jeddah
  • Jenkinstown
  • Jerry M
  • King Salmon
  • La Fleche
  • Ladas
  • Lally
  • Land League
  • Lemberg
  • Lily Agnes
  • Maiden Erlegh
  • Malva
  • Marcovil
  • Melton
  • Merry Hampton
  • Mid-day Sun
  • Myrobella
  • Noble Star
  • Orby
  • Picaroon
  • Portlaw
  • Press Gang
  • Rockfel
  • Rose of England
  • Rubio
  • Salmon Trout
  • Sansovino
  • Scuttle
  • Selene
  • Singapore
  • Sir Cosmo
  • Slieve Gallion
  • Son and Heir
  • Springfield
  • St. Frusquin
  • Straitlace
  • Tagalie
  • Throstle
  • Tiffin
  • Toboggan
  • Tommy Atkins
  • Tracery
  • Tranquil
  • Trenton
  • Trespasser
  • Trimdon
  • Udaipur
  • Umidwar
  • Val d'Or
  • Velasquez
  • Verdict
  • Wildfowler
  • William the Third
  • Winalot
  • Windsor Lad
  • Winkfield's Pride
  • Winkipop
  • Wool Winder
  • Wrack


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