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Hydroplane (GB) 1938 Ch.m. (Hyperion (GB)-Toboggan (GB) by Hurry On (GB) Dam of Citation; ancestress of Kentucky Oaks winner Davona Dale, G1 winners Executiveprivilege & Hoppertunity

Hydroplane (GB) 1938 Ch.m. (Hyperion (GB)-Toboggan (GB) by Hurry On (GB) Dam of Citation; ancestress of Kentucky Oaks winner Davona Dale, G1 winners Executiveprivilege & Hoppertunity

Flying Ebony. 1925 Kentucky Derby winner; first time the race was ever broadcast on radio. Jockey: Earl Sande. Winning time: 2:07 3/5

Flying Ebony. 1925 Kentucky Derby winner; first time the race was ever broadcast on radio. Jockey: Earl Sande. Winning time: 2:07 3/5

Reigh Count | Winner of the 54th Kentucky Derby | 1928 | Jockey: Chick Lang | 22-Horse Field

Reigh Count | Winner of the 54th Kentucky Derby | 1928 | Jockey: Chick Lang | 22-Horse Field

Elwood. 1904 Kentucky Derby winner; first winner to be both bred and owned by a woman. Jockey: Shorty Prior. Winning time: 2:08 1/2

Elwood. 1904 Kentucky Derby winner; first winner to be both bred and owned by a woman. Jockey: Shorty Prior. Winning time: 2:08 1/2

1924 Preakness Stakes winner Nellie Morse with her 1932 American Flag filly The filly, later named Nellie Flag, would go on to become the Champion Juvenile Filly of 1934 after winning the Selima Stakes, Matron Stakes, and the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes

1924 Preakness Stakes winner Nellie Morse with her 1932 American Flag filly The filly, later named Nellie Flag, would go on to become the Champion Juvenile Filly of 1934 after winning the Selima Stakes, Matron Stakes, and the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes

Ornament (GB) 1887 B.m. (Bend Or (GB)-Lily Agnes (GB) by Macaroni (GB) Dam of the great Sceptre (GB), Champion Stakes winner Labrador (GB), & stakes winner Star Ruby (GB)

Ornament (GB) 1887 B.m. (Bend Or (GB)-Lily Agnes (GB) by Macaroni (GB) Dam of the great Sceptre (GB), Champion Stakes winner Labrador (GB), & stakes winner Star Ruby (GB)

Geisha, dam of the great Native Dancer. A foal of 1943, she was by Discovery out of Miyako and bred and raced by Alfred G. Vanderbilt. Keeneland Library photo via the Maryland Thoroughbred.

Geisha, dam of the great Native Dancer. A foal of 1943, she was by Discovery out of Miyako and bred and raced by Alfred G. Vanderbilt. Keeneland Library photo via the Maryland Thoroughbred.

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