Sir Walter (foaled 1890 in California) was an outstanding American Thoroughbred racehorse known for his gritty determination which saw him win a number of races by a matter of inches.
Other articles related to "sir walter":
... In 1899, Sir Walter's owner planned to race him again but he fell ill and in September the decision was made to retire him ...
... Sir Walter Bullivant is a fictional character created by the Scottish thriller writer John Buchan for his series of novels featuring the spy Richard Hannay ... Sir Walter is a senior mandarin at the Foreign Office in the years leading up to the Great War ...
Famous quotes containing the words walter and/or sir:
“TV has changed!”
—Roger Spottiswoode, U.S. screenwriter, Walter Hill, and Larry Gross. Reggie Hammond (Eddie Murphy)
“When Sir Robert Walpole was dying, he told Ranby his surgeon that he desired his body might be opened. Ranby acting great horror cried, Good God, my Lord, dont talk of that! Nay, said Sir Robert, it will not be till I am dead, and that I shall not feel itnor you neither.”
—Horace Walpole (17171797)