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Canadian Champion Female Turf Horse

The Canadian Champion Female Turf Horse is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse racing honor that is part of the Sovereign Awards program awarded annually to the top female Thoroughbred horse competing in Canada in races on turf. Created in 1975, by the Jockey Club of Canada as a single award for Champion Turf Horse, it was first won by the filly Victorian Queen. In 1995, it was split into male and female categories.

Champion Female Turf Horses:

  • 1996 : Windsharp
  • 1997 : Woolloomooloo
  • 1998 : Colorful Vices
  • 1999 : Free Vacation
  • 2000 : Heliotrope
  • 2001 : Sweetest Thing
  • 2002 : Chopinina
  • 2005 : Ambitious Cat
  • 2008 : Callwood Dancer
  • 2009 : Points of Grace



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