Lost in the Fog, horseracing giclee canvas print

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Lost in the Fog, giclee canvas prints.

He stormed onto the scene, and won his first ten trips to post. He broke his maiden at Golden Gate Fields in CA. which was the colts home base. Trained by Greg Gilchrist, he was the greatest sprinter ever to come out of the Bay area of N. CA. He was the fastest sprinter in the country in '04 & '05. I speak of owner Harry Aleo's, Lost in the Fog. A striking dark bay colt, with a trademark crooked blazed face. He was unforgettable to all who'd seen such as his presence. He left crowds in awe. Blistering speed, he'd had a power on racetracks, coast to coast. The 2005 Champion Eclipse Sprinter of the Year award belonged to Lost in the Fog. Noteworthy for an all too brief career. He stole the hearts of millions the world over, winning 11 of his 14 career starts, earning $978,099. He dazzled them with a trademark face, and flew over racetracks, as records shattered. Lost in the Fog was diagnosed with Cancer of the spleen/ abdomen. He raced to victory with a very large tumor in his abdomen when he'd won the G-III Aristides at Churchill Downs on June 3rd in decisive fashion. Lost in the Fog was euthanized on Sept. 18, 2006, at age 4. Jockey Russell Baze, "he's the best horse I ever rode. A one of a kind horse." Gilchrist recalls, "he was like living a dream" Remembering, owner Harry Aleo, died June 23, 2008. Both are remembered fondly.

3 sizes available         11 x 14"         150 prints

                                16 x 20"         100 prints

                                20 x 24"           50 prints  

Each print comes with a certificate of authenticity.

 

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  • 5
    Lost in the Fog-A Bay Area Star

    Posted by Jay J Kessler on 9th Nov 2017

    I have purchased a number of prints from Tom and love them all. These include prints of Seabiscuit, Cigar and Zenyatta. However, his print of Lost in the Fog, a San Francisco Bay Area star sprinter who won major races across the nation and sadly passed away very young from rare equine cancer is my favorite. The print beautifully depicts the power and grace of Lost in the Fog with Hall of Fame jockey Russell Baze aboard and the San Francisco Bay Bridge in the background. Just superb.