''Seabiscuit'' is a 2003 film about the racehorse of the same name.
!!Provides examples of:
* CastTheExpert: George "the Iceman" Woolf is played by Gary Stevens, a real-life Kentucky Derby-winning jockey.
** Seabiscuit was the David to War Admiral's Goliath.
** Not just to War Admiral. Seabiscuit was never expected to amount to anything, he was even forced to lose to build the confidence of other horses.
* MoodWhiplash: Red is growing up in an affluent household while elsewhere, Charles C. Howard celebrates his rags-to-riches success with friends. Then [[spoiler: the Stock Market Crashes]].
* TeamDad: Charles C. Howard has bits of this, especially to Red Pollard, as does Tom Smith. Howard also has bits of TeamMom as well.
* TeamMom: Charles Howard and Marcela both play this part.
* TheDayTheMusicLied: During the historic match race against War Admiral, Seabiscuit jumps out to an early lead. [[spoiler:After a while, though, he begins to slow, accompanied by mournful music, allowing War Admiral to catch up. But Seabiscuit slowing was a BatmanGambit on the part of his jockey, George Woolf, and (injured) regular jockey, Red Pollard, who knew that the horse would push himself harder if the other horse was matching his speed. It worked, and Seabiscuit won.]] This was, as Laura Hillenbrand's book described, TruthInTelevision (well, except for the music).