|Breeder||John D. Hertz|
|Trainer||Bert S. Michell|
|Anita Peabody is a thoroughbred racehorse out of La Dauphine by Luke McLuke. She was born around 1941 in the United States, and was bred by John D. Hertz.|
Joliet Stakes (1927)|
Tomboy Handicap (1927)
Churchill Downs Debutante Stakes (1927)
Belmont Futurity Stakes (1927)
Lebanon Purse (1928)
|American Champion Two-Year-Old Filly (1927)|
|Anita Peabody Handicap at Arlington Park|
|Horse (Equus ferus caballus)|
Anita Peabody (1925–1934) was an American Champion Thoroughbred filly racehorse. Bred and raced by John and Fannie Hertz, she was born at their Leona Farm near Cary, Illinois. Her sire was Luke McLuke, winner of the 1914 Belmont Stakes and a son of the important but unraced Ultimus who had been sired by Commando. Anita Peabody's dam was La Dauphine, a daughter of The Tetrarch who was voted Britain's greatest two-year-old of the 20th Century.
Trained by Bert Michell, in 1927 Anita Peabody won six of her seven starts as a two-year old and has been retrospectively voted American Champion Two-Year-Old Filly honors.  He biggest win that year came at with a victory over colts in the Belmont Futurity Stakes. At age three she was retired in August 1928 due to injury problems having won one race that year.
Anita Peabody died unexpectedly at Leona Farm on August 27, 1934 having produced three foals.