Rendered at 08:31:22 03/23/19
  kgrhqjhjfcfep qyhp bric sgldg  60 3
  kgrhqjhjfcfep qyhp bric sgldg  60 3

DVD - The Story of TULLOCH: An Epic Tale of Untold Courage...AUSSIE CHAMPION!!

$39.99

Don't miss out on this item!

There is only 1 left in stock.

Shipping options

Estimated to arrive by Fri, Mar 29th. Details
$6.00 via Standard shipping (1 to 5 business days) to United States

Return policy

Refunds available: See booth/item description for details Details

Purchase protection

Payment options

Shipping options

Estimated to arrive by Fri, Mar 29th. Details
$6.00 via Standard shipping (1 to 5 business days) to United States

Return policy

Refunds available: See booth/item description for details Details

Purchase protection

Payment options

Item traits

Reviews:

Search Walmart

Category:

Horse Racing

Quantity Available:

Only one in stock, order soon

Condition:

Used

Sport:

Horse Racing

Listing details

Seller policies:

View seller policies

Shipping discount:

Items after first shipped at flat $3.00

Posted for sale:

More than a week ago

Item number:

104755389

Item description

On DVD or VHS: After three years of extensive research and investigation, the incredible story of a racehorse that became a turf legend, can now be told. This is the definitive chronicle of TULLOCH - the galloping marvel who was shrouded in drama and controversy; TULLOCH's story will entertain, shock, sadden, elate and inspire. Journey down a path that only few are privileged to tread...champions come once in a lifetime. Follow TULLOCH's fascinating career from one milestone to the next; relive the euphoria of his 53 starts in a vintage period of Australian racing. Here was a galloping freak, unshackled by the normal confines of weight and distance...a record-breaker both on the track and in the quest for dollars...a rarity that never once ran a bad race. This was a horse that returned successfully from the edge of the grave and remained competitive to the very end. Marvel at the blistering speed responsible for the fastest mile-and-a- half ever run in Australia. Judge for yourself the controversy surrounding his scratching from the 1957 Melbourne Cup. Hear Bert Bryant's sensational call of, "The Come-Back Race", while you watch in living color. Share the excitement and emotion of his last race. TULLOCH, foaled in New Zealand (1954-1969) was a Thoroughbred racehorse, who is regarded as one of the three finest racehorses in Australian racing history. He won at distances from 5 furlongs (1,000 meters) to two miles (3,200 meters), established Australian records at 10 furlongs (1960 Cox Plate) and 12 furlongs (1957 Caulfield Cup), and took two seconds off PHAR LAP’s 28-year-old record for the AJC Derby. As a three year old TULLOCH won 14 of his 16 starts before he was struck down by a virus which kept him off the racing scene for almost two years. He came back to racing as an autumn five year old and won 15 of his last 24 races. TULLOCH was one of the five inaugural horse inductees into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame, alongside the other turf immortals CARBINE, PHAR LAP, BERNBOROUGH and KINGSTON TOWN. TULLOCH is also an inductee in the New Zealand Racing Hall of Fame. This moving and unforgettable story is told through rare archival footage, dramatic re-enactment and exclusive interviews with TULLOCH's connections. A wonderful journey through the glorious period in Australian racing history, this stirring documentary has already become a collectors item. This is an exceptional story in every way, a must for all racing and sporting enthusiasts! 55 Minutes. Thanks for looking. Winning bidder pays 6 shipping and handling.
Spinner

You may adjust your notification preferences at any time

Minimum 6 characters; at least one number and one capital letter

If you become a seller on Bonanza, this information will become part of your public profile

New to Bonanza? Sign up to save items, follow sellers and get exclusive coupons.

Don't worry - Bonanza respects your inbox. We send less email and make it easy to opt out. Read our privacy policy »