I love Seabiscuit, he was an under-sized thoroughbred that became a racing sensation. Despite his size he won the Santa Anita Handicap. Seabiscuit went on to not only bring hope to the country during the Depression but proved the underdog can prevail. Tonight at the Santa Anita Race Track the itty-bitty contestants of "America's Next Top Model" cycle 13 each posed with a horse. Half naked.
Horsing around half naked.
Although most photo-challenges on ANTM seem contrived and stupid, a slight burst of interest tingled through my veins when I heard that the pint-size hopefuls, especially our tiniest Sundai, would be modeling with a horse on a racetrack.
Only it was boring, the girls were basically in the same pose and Jay wouldn't shut up about how much they all sucked.
I loved it in "Seabiscuit" movie when Jeff Bridges' character says, "When the little guy doesn't know he is the little guy he can do great things." I suppose that underdog spirit was expected to be the theme during last night's episode, but it wasn't.
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