For me i would have to say mine would be??!!. Ruffian and Rags to Riches
back when i first started going to the live races at Ellis Park, the first horse that caught my attention was a horse that ran in bottom claimers at Ellis & River Downs. her name was Loretta Loretta. my Grandmother's name was Loretta. i loved watching her run. always reminded me of Grandmother.
The best filly i ever seen run was Ruffian horse had a ton of heart.My favorite filly was a allowance horse that mainly ran at River Downs name was Wendys Prospect dunno why i just felll in love with that horse would take off school and go watch her run if if was a school day and followed every race she ran.I remember one time i begged my brother to let me go with him but he wouldnt so i took a bus i was only 14 she was running against my brothers fav horse who just broke the track record few weeks before cant remember that horses name now but i do remember Wendy went off 27 to 1 and rebroke the track record that day race was 5.5 on turf ill never forget it needless to say i got alot more back than my bus fare lol.
i bet your brother learned his lesson
Miss Woodford had already raced for Bowen & Company, winning the Spinaway Stakes. After she was purchased by the Dwyers, Miss Woodward, like Hindoo, was trained by National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame inductee James G. Rowe, Sr. A dispute with the Dwyers concerning Miss Woodford caused Rowe to resign and become a racing official. Eventually, though, Rowe returned to training, campaigning great runners such as Sysonby, Colin, two-time Horse of the Year (1900-1901) Commando: the sire of Colin, Peter Pan, Maskette and Sweep.) At the time they acquired Miss Woodford, the Dwyer brothers already owned a colt who was considered the best of his crop. With the addition of Miss Woodford, they now owned a top colt, George Kinney, and a top filly.
One of the highlights of her three-year-old season was defeating George Kinney, her stablemate who had won the Belmont Stakes. At three, four, and five, Miss Woodford won 16 consecutive races. By the end of her fifth year of racing, Miss Woodford was America's leading money winner, having earned $98,179. She won six races in less than two months at the age of six.
One of her best efforts was the Eclipse Stake at the Fair Grounds in St Louis. There she faced the first two winners of the American Derby: Modesty and Volante. Miss Woodford won to push her earnings over the $100,000 mark, becoming the first horse ever to do so in a racing career. She also won the Monmouth Cup at Long Branch Racetrack (twice), the Monmouth Oaks, the Ocean Stakes (three times), the Eatontown Stakes and the West End Hotel Stakes.
Miss Woodford ran in 48 races and won 37. She was second in 7 and third in 2. In her three match races, she won two. Her lifetime earnings at distances up to 2½ miles amounted to $118,270. This made her the highest stakes winning filly in American history. Firenze followed her in earnings, and then came Yo Tambien
Personal Ensign the best filly I have ever seen btw Undefeated.
ladys secrect. secretariats daughter she was a pretty good horse
I have a compete vhs tape of the Breeders Cup that year, where she got up for the narrow win to keep her undefeated record intact.One of the best races that I have ever witnessed. On tv. I've transfered some of these old tapes to DVD. The picture/sound quality is great. Whenever I throw out a name, I'm never saying this horse is better than this,or that horse. I'm merely trying to make folks aware of the good ones from the past and present. Mostly the past,because most aren't aware of these great horses from such a long time ago.
Ruffian probably the best and prettiest filly I ever saw, an awesome sight (I seen her run)
Genuine Risk took it to the boys in Kentucky and finished 2 in the other two legs of the triple crown. (I was at the Belmont)
My personal favorite - Shuvee, won the triple crown for fillies then later Beat the boys twice in the Jockey Cup Gold Cup which was won by the all time greats. (I was There)
I have three that are my favorites. Ruffian, I dont think their will ever be a horse who has more heart than Ruffian. Next is Rachel Alexandria. Speed and stamina, pure greatness. A magnificent 3yo season. Last but not least I have Blushing K D. I really liked to watch her run. I guess because she campaigned primarily at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans. She beat the boys down here in pretty good time. She won the Fair Grounds Oaks and the kentucky Oaks Iwon some nice money on her. I knew yes was going to win the KY Oaks.
Tosmah and Winning Colors....Stan
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