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Idun (horse)

Sire Royal Charger
Dam Tige O'Myheart
Damsire Bull Lea
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1955
Country USA
Color Bay
Breeder Leslie Combs II and John W. Hanes
Owner Mrs. Charles U. Bay
Trainer Sherrill W. Ward
Record 30: 17-4-4
Earnings $392,490
Idun is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Tige O'Myheart by Royal Charger. He was born around 1955 in USA, and was bred by Leslie Combs II and John W. Hanes.
Major wins
Frizette Stakes (1957)
Gardenia Stakes (1957)
Matron Stakes (1957)
Gazelle Handicap (1958)
Mother Goose Stakes (1958)
Colonial Handicap (1959)
Maskette Stakes (1959)
U.S. Champion 2-year-old filly (1957)
U.S. Champion 3-year-old filly (1958)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on November 24, 2006

Idun (1955-?) was an American Thoroughbred Champion racehorse who won U.S. Champion 2 and 3-year-old filly honors.

Sired by Royal Charger, a son of the very important sire Nearco, Idun was owned by Mrs. Charles U. Bay, wife of a United States Ambassador to Norway. The filly was ridden by future Hall of Fame jockey Bill Hartack and trained by another future Hall of Famer, Sherrill W. Ward who would later condition Forego.



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