The newest release in Jaime Corum's Secretariat portfolio features a magnificent portrayal of the 1973 Triple Crown champion. This indelible and moving image was meticulously reproduced from the original painting commissioned as the lead visual featured so prominently for the 2013 Bourbon County Secretariat Festival.
Corum portrays Secretariat in a regal, athletic pose suggestive of the blend of power and grace he would manifest on the racetrack. Absent of all tack except bridle and the distinctive blue and white Meadow Stable blinkers, his muscular and balanced conformation is clearly on display. However, it is Corum's masterful and deft touch of shadowing, capturing the gleaming golden chestnut champion within a subtle shaft of light from above, which gives the print such an ethereal quality. Limited to 300 total pieces measuring 16" x 20" signed and numbered by the artist and printed on the finest acid-free paper archival art stock. Also available with the option of being hand-signed by Secretariat's Hall of Fame jockey Ron Turcotte.