This is the final installment of my trip to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame.
And I think this is the most special part of the museum — expertly captured moments of winnings, behind-the-scenes, and notable figures in racing history by the late Tony Leonard.
I didn't take a picture of every photo, for some I was too engrossed in the image to remember to snap a shot and for others...I figure you should see Queen Elizabeth II visiting with race horses for yourself!
These images (and whole gallery space) also seem to immortalize the talent of the jockeys who have worked with the best of the best — these riders are just as skilled as the horses they work with.
So if for no other reason, go to the museum just for this collection of photographs.
Either way, the museum is well worth a visit before track season starts in the summer.
And if you go right before the races start, you might be able to see a morning workout.