The great Man o' War, the most famous Thoroughbred race horse of the 20th century, is buried at the park in a memorial with a statue dedicated to his life. Buried with him are some of his offspring, including Triple Crown winner War Admiral, who was upset by Seabiscuit in their famous match race in 1938. Other famous horses buried at the park can be found at the park's Hall of Champions and include: Thoroughbreds Forego, Bold Forbes, John Henry, Alysheba and Kona Gold; Standardbreds Rambling Willie and Cam Fella; Saddlebred show horses CH Imperator, CH Sky Watch and CH Gypsy Supreme; and, Quarter Horse racehorses Sgt. Pepper Feature and Tailor Fit. The great European race mare Allez France is also buried at the park, as is the European Steeplechaser, Jay Trump. A complete listing of all horses buried at the park can be found under Park Memorials.