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Shutout - winner of the 1942 Ketucky Derby.
Lucky Debonair - winner of the 1965 Ketucky Derby.
Pleasant Colony - winner of the 1981 Kentucky Derby.
Swale - winner of the 1984 Kentucky Derby.
Sea Hero - winner of the 1993 Kentucky Derby.
Capot - winner of the 1949 Preakness Stakes.
Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum
"Home of Aiken's Racing Champions"
Information: 803-642-7631
halloffame@cityofaikensc.gov
Located in Hopelands Gardens at 135 Dupree Place (off Whiskey Road) Aiken, SC 29801
Aiken’s Triple Crown Jewels May 5 - June 16, 2017

The Aiken Training Track has been the training ground for six Kentucky Derby winners, three Preakness Stakes winners and nine Belmont Stakes winners.  Aiken's own "Triple Crown jewels" will be honored with an exhibit from May 5 - June 18 in the downstairs gallery at the Hall of Fame.  Information about the history and traditions of each Triple Crown race will also be displayed.

The exhibit is open during regular museum hours and there is no cost to see the exhibit. Exhibit dates are listed below.

May 5 - 18              Aiken's Kentucky Derby winners

May 19 - May 31   Aiken's Preakness Stakes winners

June 1 - 16             Aiken's Belmont Stakes winners