MacKenzie Miller
Gentleman Trainer of Morgan Street
Written by Jonelle Fisher

Biography of MacKenzie "MacK" Miller, who was born and raised in Versailles, Kentucky, and spent half a century training Thoroughbred horses at some of the country's most prestigious racetracks. During his career, horses Miller trained won almost every noteworthy race in the United States 
at least once, including the Kentucky Derby. 

Hardcover
autographed by the author
$ 10.00

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MacKenzie Miller Gentleman Trainer of Morgan Street
“Greatness and Goodness: 
Barbaro And His Legacy”
by Alex Brown

Greatness and Goodness: Barbaro and his Legacy explores Barbaro's life, examines whether he was a great racehorse, why he was so inspirational, and details his legacy. The book includes 164 photographs in a photo essay that retells the entire story.

Hardcover 
$ 20.00 Signed
$10.00 Not Signed
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Barbaro
Books

The Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum depends on donations to cover the costs of programs and exhibits.  
Please shop below for the various books we have in stock and support the Hall of Fame!
Flying Changes
by Patrick Smithwick 

This memoir of dueling ambitions is the tale of a man who decides in mid-life to call off all restraints, silence all naysayers, put his mind and body and courage to the test, and do what in his case—he has been away from the world of racing for twenty-five years—is the impossible: within a nine-month period get a horse to ride in the most difficult steeplechase race in the world, and then, ride that horse as if his life depends on it, which, literally, it does.  

Hardcover
autographed by the author
$ 10.00

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Flying Changes
Memoirs of a Longshot
by W. Cothran "Cot" Campbell

This memoir of dueling ambitions is the tale of a man who decides in mid-life to call off all restraints, silence all naysayers, put his mind and body and courage to the test, and do what in his case—he has been away from the world of racing for twenty-five years—is the impossible: within a nine-month period get a horse to ride in the most difficult steeplechase race in the world, and then, ride that horse as if his life depends on it, which, literally, it does.  

Hardcover
$32.00

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Memoirs of a Longshot
Since the 1940's, forty racing champions have traveled the hallowed grounds of the historic Aiken Training Track.

  Thoroughbred icons such as Kelso, Tom Fool, Swale, Pleasant Colony, Conquistador Cielo, and Shuvee trained at this world renowned track.

 These champions combined for a total of 546 races in 1,395 starts, including wins in the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness Stakes and the Belmont Stakes.  

Race along with author Lisa J. Hall as she pays homage to these equine champions.

Softcover   $22.00
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The Aiken Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame and Museum along with local artist, Stephanie M. Dunatov have published a coloring book featuring Dogwood Stable racehorses. The coloring book features some of Dogwood’s most iconic racehorses, such as Palace Malice, Summer Squall, Aikenite, Storm Song and many more.

$10.00
(additional $5.00 for shipping)

To learn more about the project or to order a copy, click here.