Named for a nickname of her owner's daughter (which was also the name of a prominent figure of ancient history), this filly was one of the few to run in both the Kentucky Oaks and the Kentucky Derby. A two-time champion on the track, she later became an important broodmare. Who was she?
9/21/2018 02:51:35 pm
Alcibiades (II), named for Alice Headley (Alcie).
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