That's not right: the 28 smallest yet biggest mistakes in sports movies

Seabiscuit is your classic underdog story. It’s a depression-era film about horse racing, based on Laura Hillenbrand’s Seabiscuit: An American Legend. Seabiscuit, the underdog, hits a lucky streak, enjoys a great deal of success and arrives at a head-to-head race with the Triple Crown winner from the previous year, War Admiral. In the film, characters mentions that War Admiral’s height is 18 hands. In reality, he was 15 hands, around the same height as Seabiscuit himself.


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