The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame houses a collection of over 15,000 photographs relating to the sport of Thoroughbred racing.
Highlighted collections within the National Museum of Racing's Photography Collection include:
- H. A. "Jimmy" Jones Photograph Collection: Nearly 100 years of photographs of the racehorses and people involved in the Hall of Fame careers of trainers Ben and Jimmy Jones. This collection includes early photographs of horses from the Jones Stock Farm and Woolford Farm, as well as many of the racing stars of Calumet Farm.
- Charles Hatton Photograph Collection: Photographs compiled by the famous turf writer and organized by horse name, from the late-nineteenth century to the 1960s.
- Bill Mochon Photograph Collection: A collection of photographs featuring the California racing circuit from the 1970s to the present by West Coast based photographer, Bill Mochon
To explore more of the Museum's Permanent Collection, please click here.