Wandshara (FR)

2/18/2017

Welcome to the Memorial

On the Memorial you will find thousands of fallen Thoroughbreds honored for their hard work as athletes in the extreme sport of horseracing. Throughout history, racehorses have captivated the crowds with their power and beauty on tracks around the world. Now memorialized, they represent their own life and valiant effort but also that of their brethren who slipped through unnoticed, unheralded, and soon forgotten. But, from the lowest ranks to the highest echelons they all share one thing in common, having perished in service to the Sport of Kings.

Memorial Wall Pages:
Memorial: 2014–present
Memorial: 1800–2013
Abbreviations
Racetrack Abbreviations and Locations
FAQ

Suggest a Horse for the Memorial

Thousands are listed yet the Memorial only scratches the surface of the true death toll. If we have missed a horse, please let us know. We’re forever grateful to the many citizen reporters who have helped us build this Memorial for the horses.

Suggest a Horse >>

Enjoy Our Story Archive

You’ll find stories in the right column, and we’ll add more from time to time. However, most of our time is spent researching and editing information for the Memorial.

Our latest story will appear below
before it is archived:

Readership in Russia

2/18/2017 — We would like to acknowledge an increasing base of Russian visitors to the Memorial, along with many in the UK. Also, whereas France seemed silent in the past, we are seeing a steady flow of French visitors over the last few months. Welcome to all, and thank you for visiting the racehorses.