By Laura Hillenbrand.
The true story of how three men and a great racehorse
captivated the world. Seabiscuit was an unlikely
champion. He was a rough-hewn, undersized horse with a
sad little tail and knees that wouldn't straighten all
the way. At a gallop, he jabbed one foreleg sideways, as
if he were swatting flies. For two years, he fought his
trainers and floundered at the lowest level of racing,
misunderstood and mishandled, before his dormant talent
was discovered by three men. 385 pages, hardcover
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