Sea Biscuit. "This horse set records still unbroken". Every time I look at him my emotions run wild. One of my brothers who had a lot of physical disabilities bought a horse that was a mare that looked just like Sea Biscuit, and he couldn't ride her due to his physical disabilities,and I was 11 yo at the time but ready to ride. I had heard of the stories about the horse, that she had put my schoolmate in the hospital, but I wasn't worried about myself, just ready to ride her. Roy and Gene rolled into one. He bought her, and let me ride her, she was so fast and became my horse, I couldn't believe it. I rode her for over two years and won every race, I had with her. Every Sunday we ran a race at the canal, where it was a horse race going on. Never lost a single race. When you would let her reins down, she jumped at least 4 horse links in the air, and if you weren't ready it could hurt, happened to me more than once. Anyway, after a couple of years of riding her, my little brother said he wanted to go out riding one day. I was really protective of him, being the only brother younger than me. So being 12 thought well I will put my bridle on my other brother's horse to make sure he will be safe, and be able to stop, "MISTAKE". So we headed out and sure enough, they began to run on the dirt road and he jumped off and I didn't so as me and the horse got closer to the paved road I thought he would turn toward the house on the right so I turned her to left and she landed on top of me on the paved road. Well, it crushed my right leg and I was up before her and watching my leg jump up and down. It took six months with a cast from my hip to my toes and three pins in my leg, before I could learn to walk again. I did, but, every time I see Seabiscuit, this is the extreme emotion that goes through my head.