Get ready for the “Call of a Lifetime.” If you ever wanted the story straight from the Big Red horse's mouth, this is as close as you can get. Commemorate the kick off of the 2020 Triple Crown season with a personal phone or video call from Secretariat's Hall of Fame jockey Ron Turcotte.
Ron Turcotte was aboard Secretariat in 18 of his 21 career starts, including the Meadow Stable colt's spectacular 1973 Triple Crown sweep. Turcotte posted 3,032 career victories in a stellar career spanning 17 years, which also included the mounts of champions Riva Ridge, Northern Dancer, Damascus, Fort Marcy and Shuvee.
During your private call, you could ask about Secretariat's record-breaking 31-length Belmont Stakes victory, hear Ron's thoughts on the Disney film, or simply share with him what Secretariat meant to you. Whatever the topic, this opportunity is yours to converse with a living legend. What's more, it is a "call for a cause" with proceeds benefiting the Secretariat Foundation, which assists various equine-related organizations in the areas of research, rehabilitation, retirement, and recognition.
Split the bidding among friends, family or party-goers, and imagine the look on the face of even the most discerning racing fan when given the chance to participate in this extraordinary conversation. The "Call of a Lifetime" will be a cherished moment, forever engraved in the memory of the winning bidder. The auction winner will also receive a hand-signed photo of Mr. Turcotte aboard Secretariat to complete this special offering. It doesn't get any better than this for the avid Secretariat enthusiast!
Please note: Your call will be scheduled and confirmed in advance. Although every effort will be made to meet the requested time of call (please calculate for Eastern Daylight Time), exact time of call may be subject to some degree of variance. Call will be limited in length and to appropriate conversation. If you have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This unique no-reserve, e-Bay auction ends Sunday, June 21 at 6:00 p.m. EDT. Bid Now!
|Click Here to Bid|