Seabiscuit in the third position in the Santa Anita Race in Arcadia, California. Horses on the track. The owner of Seabiscuit smokes a cigar. He looks through binoculars. Spectators in the stands watch the race. The race is won by Heelfly.
Seabiscuit wins the Santa Anita Handicap Race in Arcadia, California. Horses on a track. Spectators seated in the stands. The race starts. The spectators watch the race. C. S. Howard's 'Wonder Horse' Seabiscuit wins the race.
A review of research and development in guided missiles by the United States Air Force from 1919 to 1948. A civilian technician assembles first pilot-less aerial torpedo at Carlson Field, in Arcadia Florida. A launching track and gear. Technicians work on the missile beneath camouflaged netting. Attempted launching of the missile results in a crash due to track failure. The missile is launched and takes off. First successful launching of the aerial torpedo on October 24, 1919. The missile crashes immediately after the take off. First successful flight on October 2. Aerial view of hangars and airstrips of Wright Field in Ohio during early 1940s.
The 1949 Hollywood Gold Cup was held at Santa Anita racetrack in Arcadia, California. (The entire Hollywood Park season was moved to Santa Anita, following a devastating fire on the night of May 5, 1949 that destroyed Hollywood Park's grandstand.) The spectators seated in the stands. The horses on tracks . The owner of the horse, Solidarity. The race starts. The spectators watch the race and cheer. The horses run on the track. The spectators watch as Solidarity wins the race.
Horse Stagehand wins the Santa Anita Handicap horse race in Arcadia, California. Spectators in the stands watch the race. The horses on the track. The race starts. Stagehand defeats Seabiscuit.
Seabiscuit loses the Santa Anita Race in Arcadia, California. Horses on a track. Spectators seated in the stands to watch the race. The race starts. Seabiscuit on the track during the race and he loses.