Citation became the 8th Triple Crown winner in 1948 and it would be 25 years until Secretariat became the 9th. He was the first equine millionaire in 1951 with 45 starts, 32 wins, 10 seconds, 2 thirds, and $1,085,760 in earnings. Below is a montage of images from his long career along with some links to historical information about him and a few more photos.
- a wonderful article about him by Ron Hale
- Citation an excellent history from the Thoroughbred Times
- Thoroughbred Memories has some photos of Citation
- Calumet Farm - The Glory Years great article from the International Museum of the Horse with lots of info about him and his owner, Warren Wright Sr.
- "Plain Ben" Jones basic bio info on his trainer from the Fair Grounds Hall of Fame and more from his page at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame
- Photos and bios of his jockey who passed away in 1997
- Screensaver - Free screensaver for Windows 3.1 or Windows 95 featuring the first 8 Triple Crown winners, including Citation
Citation as a two year old at Pimlico with Al Snider up. The trophy is from his victory in the Pimlico Futurity.
The statue of Citation at Hialeah Park and his trophy for winning the 1948 Flamingo Stakes.
A postcard image of Citation in the Kentucky Derby winner's circle with Eddie Arcaro up along with his trophy.
Citation in the Preakness winner's circle with Eddie Arcaro up along with his trophy.
Portrait of Citation on the farm from the Calumet collection in the International Museum of the Horse
Postcard of Citation as a stallion at Calumet Farm
Special Touch winning the 1951 Hollywood Premiere Handicap with Citation in 5th. This race was when he was on the comeback trail trying to get past the $1 million mark in earnings.
Editorial cartoon by Williard Mullin courtesy of the Illustration House. This dates from the start of his comeback with the goal of becoming the first equine millionaire. A goal which he acheived by the end of 1951 when he was retired finally.