In 2011 Rapid Redux became the toast of the racing world, setting a a modern-era record of 22 consecutive wins by a U.S. horse and tied the great Citation with 19 wins in a single season. His athletic accomplishments and immense popularity merited the 2011 Secretariat "Vox Populi" Award for the chestnut gelding, securing his place in racing history and in the hearts of fans of all ages.
Acclaimed equine artist Jaime Corum captures Rapid Redux in a stunning classic portrait of the "people's champ," wearing his familiar and distinctive green bridle and shadow roll. Like his celebrated great, great-grandfather Secretariat, Rapid Redux carries the alert expression and intelligent eye that often coincides with courageous heart demonstrated on the racetrack. Honoring this royal lineage, a small remarque of the 1973 Triple Crown winner adorns the lower left corner of the print.
Each collectible print is signed by the artist, and comes with the option of being triple hand-signed by Rapid Redux's owner Robert L. Cole Jr., trainer David Wells, and "The First Lady of Racing," Penny Chenery. Measures 11" x 14" and printed on heavy art stock.