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Seabiscuit

Summary: Essay discusses the horse "Seabiscuit" and how the people around him made him a success.
´╗┐Even with huge setbacks and obstacles in a person's path, with the proper help he/she can still achieve great success. The novel, Seabiscuit, by Laura Hillenbrand is about a small racehorse who achieves great success on the racetrack. In the novel, there are three main characters that help Seabiscuit on his incredible journey. Each of these main characters in Seabiscuit contributed important aspects of racing knowledge that translated into the racehorse's unpredictable success. Red Pollard, the down and out boxer and jockey, understood Seabiscuit better than anyone else and gained the horse's trust. Tom Smith, the washed up, unorthodox trainer, put all of the pieces of racing insight in place to make Seabiscuit an unlikely champion.

Charles Howard, the grieving father, trusted his intuition and financed all of the necessities to create a winning race horse. Seabiscuit's incredible fame was the result of these three unlikely characters...

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