Santa Anita Park supports Nomination of Seabiscuit’s Stud Barn as a U.S. National Historic Site
Santa Anita Park supports Nomination of Seabiscuit’s Stud Barn and Ridgewood Ranch as a U.S. National Historic Site
Have YOUR NAME go down in history by supporting Santa Anita Park and the non-profit Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation on the 73rd Anniversary of Seabiscuit and Red Pollard’s big win of the “Hundred-Grander” Santa Anita Handicap on March 2, 1940.
Sign below to support the application now underway to have Seabiscuit’s stud barn at the Ridgewood Ranch in Willits, CA, Seabiscuit’s final home, designated as a US National Historic Site!
Meet Stan Watts, artist/sculptor who, in collaboration with Kim Corpany, sculptor, created the stunning bronze of Red Pollard and Seabiscuit at the finish line of their big “Hundred-Grander” win; a bronze that is for sale to support the Foundation. The other bronze for sale is of George Woolf and Seabiscuit on a morning workout. These items, and other Seabiscuit memorabilia, are available at the Seabiscuit table in the paddock area.
How to submit your nomination: Please sign below to support the historic site nomination and leave this at the Seabiscuit table in the paddock area; or mail it to the Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation at 16200 North Hwy 101, Willits, CA 95490; or scan and email it to email@example.com. Tracy Livingston, President of the Foundation, will be at the Seabiscuit table to answer any questions.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Reference: Nomination. Please accept this as my letter of support for the Seabiscuit stud barn in Willits, California to be designated as a historic site with the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. (Click for Form to mail or scan)
Print Name: _______________________________ Signature: __________________________________
City: ______________________________ State/Prov: ______________ Zip/Postal: ________________
Pictures of Seabiscuit’s beautifully restored barn, thanks in part to the Rotary Club of Willits, and additional copies of this brochure are at www.seabiscuitheritage.org. Thank you for supporting this heart-warming project. May you always be first at the finish line!