Horse racing embodies the very spirit of America, honoring our dual traditions of risk taking and adventure seeking. Known throughout the racing world, Delaware Park shines as a diamond among racecourses. The park was designed and built by Willie DuPont, a lean and wiry man for whom there was no sweeter music than the pound of horses hooves. In the decades that followed, Delaware Park became the home of Kelso, Secretariat and Barbaro, some
of the greatest names in horse racing history. Read about the dramatic ups and downs of this legendary institution as Kenneth Baumgardt captures the spirit of one of America's most celebrated racing destinations.