Seabiscuit Vs War Admiral by KenG ()
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a few more horseracing images from me...
In the mid-1930's, a small horse named Seabiscuit, showed he could race against larger, better horses and became the unlikely champion and a symbol of hope to many Americans during the Great Depression. Two films were based on his career, "The Story of Seabiscuit" (1949) and "Seabiscuit" (2003).
Since I already had the Racing silks models, plus my Racing Tack and track, I decided make the textures for the Howard (owner of Seabiscuit) silks and blinkers, and War Admirals silks for this image. All, plus the Steward's Tower seen in the background, are in my free downloads (War Admirals are in the "Extra" Silks download.)
Rendered in DAZ Studio 4.5 with minor post work (dirt clods). Models: Jockey Set & Horse2 (DAZ), Racehorse Tack & Pixel Downs Racetrack (Me)