This important broodmare was Daddy's girl when it came to her disposition, which was so cantankerous that she was taken out of training after just four starts. After producing a Kentucky Derby winner, however, she became the first million-dollar mare sold at public auction (US dollars). Who was she?
12/3/2016 11:32:56 am
12/3/2016 09:55:29 pm
Right you are! Queen Sucree had a good bit of the notorious Ribot temperament, but she produced 1974 Kentucky Derby winner Cannonade before going for $1 million at public auction in 1976.
Leave a Reply.
I'm Avalyn Hunter, an author, pedigree researcher and longtime racing fan.
© 2014-2023 by Avalyn Hunter. All rights reserved. Contributors' materials remain the property of the copyright owners and are used by permission.