Tim Tebow certainly has crossover appeal, but that phrase doesn't usually mean the crossover from football to horse racing.
A California racing group of Tebow enthusiasts have changed the name of a thoroughbred to honor Tebow. The Little Red Feather racing stables has named a filly "Tebowing" after the Broncos star.
The racing stable switched a horse originally to be named "Eye Pity Dafu," to reference the latest Tebow-related sensation. Tebowing is the act of kneeling down and praying in random places. (Don't act like you haven't done it yourself!)
This isn't just some publicity grab, though. Tebowing, the horse, comes from outstanding pedigree. She's the daughter of 2000 Kentucky Derby winner, Fusaichi Pegasus, who according to USA Today has sired several stakes winners who have racked up over $52 million in winnings over the last decade.
And you can own a piece of the Tebowing action: Little Red Feather is dangling ownership stakes to the public. Investors who buy a stake before November 30th and send a picture of themselves Tebowing will get a 5 percent discount off the initial share price for the filly. Experts say she's bred to be a classic distance horse.
So in a way, Tim Tebow could be the first athlete to win the Super Bowl and Kentucky Derby.
Tebowing's Mother Fusaichi Pedgasus took the 2000 Kentucky Derby!
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