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Blue Hen mare Won’t Tell You with one of her 13 foals  Won’t Tell You, by Crafty Admiral, was the dam of Triple Crown winner Affirmed, and stakes winners Love You Dear, Silent Fox, and Won’t She Tell

Blue Hen mare Won’t Tell You with one of her 13 foals Won’t Tell You, by Crafty Admiral, was the dam of Triple Crown winner Affirmed, and stakes winners Love You Dear, Silent Fox, and Won’t She Tell

St. Simon was said to have perfect confirmation, a seemingly indefatigable fighting spirit and an exceedingly high-strung temperament.

St. Simon was said to have perfect confirmation, a seemingly indefatigable fighting spirit and an exceedingly high-strung temperament.

La Troienne (French, 1926-1954, by Teddy out of Helene de Troie) Arguably the most influential mare in American breeding. Winless in 7 starts, she was sold at Newmarket in 1930 to Col. Bradley of Idle Hour Farm in Lexington Ky. From 14 foals, she produced four stakes winners and became of the ancestress of countless top horses, including Buckpasser, Allez France, Easy Goer, Caerleon, Woodman, Mineshaft, Princess Rooney, Private Account, Smarty Jones, More Than Ready, Super Saver, and Sea…

La Troienne (French, 1926-1954, by Teddy out of Helene de Troie) Arguably the most influential mare in American breeding. Winless in 7 starts, she was sold at Newmarket in 1930 to Col. Bradley of Idle Hour Farm in Lexington Ky. From 14 foals, she produced four stakes winners and became of the ancestress of countless top horses, including Buckpasser, Allez France, Easy Goer, Caerleon, Woodman, Mineshaft, Princess Rooney, Private Account, Smarty Jones, More Than Ready, Super Saver, and Sea…

Omaha 1932 - 1959 Chestnut colt by Gallant Fox – Flambino, by *Wrack  Bred and owned by William Woodward Sr.  From the first crop of Gallant Fox and foaled at Claiborne Farm, Omaha remains as the only Triple Crown winner sired by a Triple Crown winner.  The concept of a "Triple Crown" accomplishment comprising of victories in the Kentucky Derby, Preakness, and Belmont was not acknowledged by name until the father-son duo of Gallant Fox and Omaha.

Omaha 1932 - 1959 Chestnut colt by Gallant Fox – Flambino, by *Wrack Bred and owned by William Woodward Sr. From the first crop of Gallant Fox and foaled at Claiborne Farm, Omaha remains as the only Triple Crown winner sired by a Triple Crown winner. The concept of a "Triple Crown" accomplishment comprising of victories in the Kentucky Derby, Preakness, and Belmont was not acknowledged by name until the father-son duo of Gallant Fox and Omaha.

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