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Double Signed "King of the Crown" Print

This stunning limited-edition print of Secretariat by acclaimed Kentucky equine artist Jaime Corum is immediately identifiable with the annual Secretariat Festival. Commissioned and produced from the original painting as the lead Festival graphic in 2013, this powerful depiction remains one of Ms. Corum’s most popular portrayals of the 1973 Triple Crown champion.

Secretariat is featured in a regal, athletic pose absent of all tack except bridle and the distinctive blue and white Meadow Stable blinkers. His muscular and balanced conformation is reflects the power and grace he manifested on the racetrack. Corum's masterful and deft touch of shadowing captures the gleaming, golden chestnut champion within a subtle shaft of light from above, which provides an ethereal quality to the print.

Limited to 300 total pieces and originally produced with the option of Penny Chenery's coveted hand-signed signature, this particular piece is one of the few that was additionally hand-signed by Secretariat's Hall of Fame jockey Ron Turcotte, and the only print to be double mounted within a custom gilded gold wooden frame measuring 24” x 28" in total. Printed on the finest acid-free paper archival art stock and signed and hand-numbered 171/300 by the artist.

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