Admiral's Voyage (1959-1989) was an American thoroughbred horse that was bred and raced by Fred W. Hooper. Admiral's Voyage won 12 out of his 52 starts during four seasons of racing, earning a total of $455,879. As a three-year-old, Admiral's Voyage won the Wood Memorial and the Louisiana Derby, finished 9th to winner Decidedly in the 1962 Kentucky Derby and was a runner-up to Jaipur in the 1962 Belmont Stakes. The colt was then sent to race in California where he won the Los Feliz and San Miguel Stakes.
|Breeder||Fred W. Hooper|
|Owner||Fred W. Hooper|
|Trainer||Chuck Parke (East Coast)|
Julius E. Tinsley Jr. (West Coast)
|Wood Memorial Stakes (1962)|
Louisiana Derby (1962)
Los Feliz Stakes (1962)
San Miguel Stakes (1962)
Carter Handicap (1963)
Midwest Handicap (1963)
San Carlos Handicap (1964)
|Last updated on 2020-01-18|
|Fighting Fox||Sir Gallahad||Teddy|
|Admiral's Lady||War Admiral||Man o' War|
|Boola Brook||Bull Dog|
|Baton Rouge (family: 4-n)|
- "Bloodlines: A 'Voyage' Through Time". Horse Racing News | Paulick Report. 2016-12-06. Retrieved 2019-02-11.
- "ADMIRAL's VOYAGE WINS COAST DASH; Baeza Aboard $13.40 Victor —Favored Cyrano Second in $59,100 Handicap". The New York Times. 1964-01-05. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2019-02-11.
- "What's in a (Race) Name? The Luck and Skill of Fred W. Hooper". www.americasbestracing.net. Retrieved 2019-02-11.