Penny Chenery: The popular lady in horse racing who owned 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat:

Secretariat was born on March 30, 1970 in Virginia.

It has been more than 50 years since Secretariat became Triple Crown winner every horse race season he continues to talked about.

Who was The Owner of Secretariat?

Chenery was owner of racehorse known as best of all time Secretariat.

The racehorse famous as Big Red was American thoroughbred that dominated the competition on track.

He and his jockey Ron Turcotte won Kentucky Derby in 1973.The pair then went on win the Belmont Stakes and Preakness Stakes.

The Triple Crown winner set record in all three races.

Chenery died on Sept 16, 2017 when she was 95 years old.

The horse hold fastest times for all three Triple Crown races Belmont Stakes, Preakness Stakes, and the Kentucky Derby on this day.

How Much Money Did Penny Chenery Make from Secretariat

Secretariat was syndicated in 1973 for record $6.08 million. The horse was syndicated by 23 year old Seth Hancock of Claiborne Farm.

Chenery father Chris died in 1973 an Secretariat was preparing for what would make him legendary racehorse.

Secretariat was syndicated before horse racing debut in 1973 proved to be worth with high price fronted by Hancock.

What Farm Did Penny Chenery Own?

Chenery was owner of Meadow Stable called Meadow Event Park in Virginia where Secretariat was born.

Secretariat was born on March 30 1970 a year after Riva Ridge a horse bred at Meadow Stable won two Triple Crown races a year before Big Red, Secretariat became the Triple Crown winner.

Chenery life and Secretariat were inspiration for 2010 Disney movie named after racehorse . Diane Lane appeared as Chenery.

She was one of founders of Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation.

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