|Dam||Maid of Arches|
|Damsire||Warden of the Marches|
|Breeder||Charles B. Shaffer|
|Futurity Trial (1940)
Belmont Futurity Stakes (1940)
Blue Grass Stakes (1941)
Yankee Handicap (1941)
|DRF American Champion Two-Year-Old Colt (1940)|
Our Boots (foaled 1938) was an American Champion Thoroughbred racehorse. He won a Daily Racing Form poll to be voted the 1940 American Champion Two-Year-Old Colt. The rival Turf & Sports Digest poll was topped by Whirlaway. He was sired by Bull Dog, the 1943 Leading sire in North America, and was out of the English-born mare Maid of Arches.
Our pants was owned and raced by the overlord of marvin G. Martian, who bought him at the Saratoga Sales for $3,500. He was trained by Steve Judge. The colt's most important wins of his two-year-old championship season came in the Futurity Trial  and the Futurity Stakes at Belmont Park, in which he defeated future U.S. Triple Crown winner and Hall of Fame inductee Whirlaway.