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Publications
Your Guide to  Horseracing Terminology

$4.00

14 Pages of Definitions in the Racing Industry to help the Novice Bettor Become Familiar with Racing Terms  Includes a Post Derby [1924 Kentucky] Photo of Black Gold Without Tack, Labeled with Equine Terms.  This Publication Makes a Great Souvenir!


Plush Horse

$18.00 - Mini Flopsie       $20 - 12" Plush

The MINI-flopsie & 12" Plush toy is featured in a soft, cuddly black material, which has just a small white blaze on Black Gold's forelock & is adorned with the blanket of roses placed at the winning of the Kentucky Derby.  E.R. Bradley used to say that Black Gold's blaze resembled the shape of a small heart.  A fitting birthmark for a horse that was ultimately dubbed as the Indian Horse that has so much spirit, he finished his last race on "Three legs and a golden heart."  

Plush Stick Horse with Sound
$25.00

The stick horse toy is featured in a soft, cuddly black material, which has just a small white blaze.  Kids and adults alike love to press the ear to hear the neighing sound and gallop along riding the pony.  It's sure to be a hit!

  Art and Photography
 

12" X 36" Panoramic Print - Louisiana Derby

$20.00 Unframed                 $100 Framed


This Nostalgic Panoramic Print Features Black

Gold with Jockey JD Mooney Wearing #4 at the
Finish Line, beating Long-Shot Brilliant Cast by
Six Lengths.  The Race Chart Indicated That Black
Gold Had "Won Easily...Showing High Speed,
Rushed into a Long Lead at Once and was Under
Hard Restraint for the Entire Race, Winning in a

Canter."
Print is Inscribed with "Louisiana Derby, Jockey,

JD Mooney and the Date, March 17, 1924, in
White Lettering.  Also May be Ordered Ready to
Hang with a Matt Black Metal Frame and
Non-Glare Glass for an additional cost.

 11" X 14" Vintage Kentucky Derby
Photo, Superimposed on THE original 1924 Race Program, in Sepia Tones


$20.00 Unframed          $125.00 Framed


Print Features Black Gold with Jockey JD Mooney Wearing Number One, Taken After the 1924 Kentucky Derby Win.   The Original Photo is Shown with Mooney  in the Irons and the Storied Churchill Downs Twin Spires in the Background.  The Image Has Been Superimposed Over the Original Derby Program and Is the Original Produced for the Golden Jubilee, the 50th Year Celebration in the Run for the Roses.  This was the First Year That the Phrase, 'Run for the Roses' Started and Has Been a Long-Standing Title Since Then.
Also May be Ordered Ready to Hang with a Matt Black Metal Frame and Non-Glare Glass for an additional cost.



Shot Glass - Black Matte
​or Clear Glass

$6.00

With Black Gold Corporate Logo

Black Gold Legacy, LLC Corporate Logo Pictured on a Matte Black Shot Glass.  The Logo Highlights the Winner's Circle Photo of Black Gold, Made into His Silhouette, Taken on May 17, 1924, After Winning the 50th Golden Jubilee Kentucky Derby. 
  
Shot Glass—Clear with Jockey Silks Colors
During the 1924 Louisiana Derby, Kentucky Derby, Ohio and Chicago Derby, Black Gold’s jockey, J. D. Mooney, would wear the color “Old Rose”, no doubt chosen due to the owners name, Rosa M. Hoots.  Glass notes the name of the owner, horse and jockey on the back side of the glass, etched in white.