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Shown below is a list of Wiki Horse Articles contained in the Wiki Equine Article Category named "Famous mares". Next to the article's name is a snippet of introductory text from that equine article. You can click on the article's name to view that horse article or click the page numbers above which will appear when there's more than 50 articles contained in this Wiki Equine Article Category.




  • Paseana - Paseana (1987–2006) was an Argentine-bred Thoroughbred mare racehorse who competed very successfully in Argentina and in the United States, where she was elected to the Racing Hall of Fame.

  • Pearl Cap - Pearl Cap (foaled 1928) was a French champion Thoroughbred racehorse who is considered one of her country's greatest racing fillys.

  • Personal Ensign - Personal Ensign (April 27,1984 – April 8,2010) was an American champion Thoroughbred racehorse.

  • Plucky Liege - Plucky Liege (1912-1937) was a British Thoroughbred filly racehorse who was sent to Lower Normandy in France after her racing career ended where she became one of the most important broodmares of the 20th Century. [1].

  • Pocahontas (horse) - Pocahontas (1837-1870) was a Thoroughbred racehorse, as well as being the dam of three sires who had an incredible influence on the breed. Although mares are not generally considered to be as influential as sires, Thoroughbred Heritage says Pocahontas is "one of the most influential thoroughbreds of all time, male or female. " [1].

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  • Poltroon - Poltroon was a successful event horse ridden by American rider Torrance Watkins. Beckman, of Cincinnati, Ohio, bred her pinto pony mare, Frosty, to the Thoroughbred stallion Hopper's Pride. Despite her small size, Poltroon was awarded the individual bronze medal at the 1980 alternate Olympic Games at Fontainebleau, France, finishing with a score of 75....

  • Pretty Polly (horse) - Pretty Polly (1901-17 August 1931), was an outstanding English bred Thoroughbred racehorse and an outstanding broodmare. She was only the fifth filly to win the British Fillies Triple Crown since its inception in 1814.

  • Primonetta - Primonetta (1958-1993) was an American Champion Thoroughbred filly racehorse. Bred by John W. Galbreath and raced by his Darby Dan Farm, she was a full sister to the 1963 Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes winner, Chateaugay....

  • Princess Rooney - Princess Rooney (1980 – October 7, 2008) was an American Champion Thoroughbred racehorse who was the first winner of a Breeders' Cup race to be inducted into the U. S. Racing Hall of FameRacing at age two, Princess Rooney won all six of her starts that marked the beginnings of a three-year racing career in which she would finish out of the money only once....

  • Rags to Riches (horse) - Rags to Riches (foaled February 27, 2004 in Kentucky) is an American thoroughbred filly racehorse. She was sired by 1992 U. S....

  • Reel (horse) - Reel was a thoroughbred race horse, and one of the greatest American Thoroughbred broodmares in history.

  • Regret (horse) - Regret (1912 - April 11, 1934) was a famous American thoroughbred racehorse and the first of three fillies to ever win the Kentucky Derby.

  • Round Pond (horse) - Round Pond (foaled May 21, 2002) is a retired American Thoroughbred racehorse bred in Kentucky by Trudy McCaffery & John Toffan. The bay filly is the daughter of Awesome Again out of the mare Gift of Dance. Owned by Rick Porter's Fox Hill Farms, Round Pond was trained by Michael R....

  • Rox Dene - Rox Dene [1][2] (named after Roxdene of Bermuda) was one of the most famous horses to ever compete in hunter competition in the United States. She is considered "Hunter Horse of the Century. ".

  • Royal Heroine - Royal Heroine (1980-2002) was an Thoroughbred Champion Filly racehorse foaled in Ireland who raced in England and France and then in the United States where she set a North American for a mile on turf while winning the inaugural running of the Breeders' Cup Mile in 1984.

  • Sacahuista - Sacahuista (foaled 1984 in Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred Champion filly racehorse. She is a descendant of Nearco through both her Champion sire Bold Ruler and through her dam, Nalees Flying Flag.

  • Safely Kept - Safely Kept (foaled April 7, 1986) was a Maryland-bred Bay thoroughbred filly sired by Horatius. Safely Kept stormed onto the nationwide sprint stage in 1988 and proceeded to win 24 of her 31 starts over the next three years in an era when there weren't a great deal of sprint races restricted to females. Safely Kept ended her career by finishing "in-the-money" in 30 of 31 starts and astounding 97% success rate....

  • San San - San San was an American-bred Thoroughbred Champion Filly racehorse in France. Bred by Harry F. Guggenheim, the granddaughter of Nasrullah was bought by Countess Margit Batthyany, owner of Haras du Bois-Roussel at Alençon, Orne, in France....

  • Saoirse (horse) - Saoirse (foaled 1996 in Ontario) is a Canadian Champion Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred and raced by Steve Stavro's Knob Hill Stable, her Gaelic name means "freedom" and is pronounced "Seersha. ".

  • Sceptre (horse) - Sceptre (1899-1926) was a British-bred and British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse whose career ran from 1901 to 1904. In 1902 she became the only racehorse to win four British Classic Races outright.

  • Searching (horse) - Searching was a racehorse. The filly was born in 1952 at Claiborne Farm near Paris, Kentucky where the Wheatley Stable (the farm founded in 1926 by Gladys Mills Phipps and her brother, Ogden L. Mills), bred and raised its horses....

  • Show Gate - Show Gate was a champion New Zealand thoroughbred racehorse sired by Gatekeeper out of Minglow. Foaled in 1969, she was horse of the year in 1975 and 1977 and won races from 1200 metres up to 2400 metres in record time. She started in 51 races, winning 30, was second 7 times, third twice and unplaced in 12 races....

  • Shuvee - Shuvee (1966-1986) was an American Thoroughbred Champion Hall of Fame racehorse who was the second filly to ever win the U. S. Filly Triple Crown....

  • Silverbulletday - Silverbulletday (foaled 1996) is an American Thoroughbred Champion Filly racehorse. Bred in Kentucky, she was sired by Silver Deputy and out of the GII winning mare Rokeby Rose. Her damsire was Tom Rolfe, the 1965 Preakness Stakes winner and that year's U....

  • Six Perfections (horse) - Six Perfections (foaled 2000 in France) is a champion Thoroughbred race horse, bred by the Niarchos family. She is best known for her 2003 win in the Breeders' Cup Mile.

  • Sky Beauty - Sky Beauty (1990-2004) was a thoroughbred horse who won the 1993 Triple Tiara of Thoroughbred Racing. As of 2009, she was the last filly to win this title.

  • Somethingroyal - Somethingroyal (1952-1983) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare. She was the dam of U. S....

  • Square Angel - Square Angel (foaled April 4, 1970 in Ontario) was a Canadian Champion Thoroughbred filly racehorse. Bred by E. P....

  • Storm Flag Flying - Storm Flag Flying (b. April 11, 2000 at Claiborne Farm in Paris, Kentucky) is an American Champion Thoroughbred racehorse. In 2002, Storm Flag Flying won the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies, a race won by her dam in 1995....

  • Sunline - Sunline (1995–2009) was a New Zealand Thoroughbred racehorse who was the world's highest earning female racehorse of her time, competing on 48 occasions for 32 wins, 9 seconds and 3 thirds to earn $11,351,607. She won races in three different countries, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong. She won successive W....

  • Susan's Girl - Susan’s Girl (1969-1988) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse bred and owned by Fred W. Hooper. Hooper, a prime example of the American Dream, was born poor on a southern farm and eventually became rich enough to buy, breed, and run some of the best Thoroughbred horses of his day....

  • Tanya (horse) - Tanya (1902-1929) was an American thoroughbred filly racehorse bred and raised in Kentucky. She was bred by William Collins Whitney and foaled at his Brookdale Farm in Lincroft, New Jersey. Sired by the outstanding English stallion Meddler, she was out of the mare, Handspun....

  • Three Troikas - Three Troikas (born 1976) was a French Thoroughbred Champion Filly racehorse who was owned, trained, and raced by the three members of the famous Head family.

  • Top Flight - Top Flight (April 15, 1929-1949) was an American U. S. Hall of Fame Thoroughbred filly racehorse....

  • Touch of Class (horse) - Touch of Class was a bay American bred Thoroughbred mare who was on United States Equestrian Team at the 1984 Summer Olympics, winning the gold medal in the individual and team show jumping events. She was ridden by Joseph Fargis.

  • Trillion (horse) - Trillion (1974-1987) was a French Thoroughbred racing mare who was an Eclipse Award winner in the United States. Bred in Kentucky by Texas oilman, Nelson Bunker Hunt, she was sired by Hail To Reason, the Leading sire in North America in 1970. Her dam, Margarethen, was a durable racing mare who won sixteen of sixty-four starts....

  • Twilight Tear - Twilight Tear (1941-1954) was an American Hall of Fame Thoroughbred filly racehorse. At age two, she won four of her six starts, finishing second and third in her other two starts. Her performances earned her a share of 2-year-old filly honors....

  • Two Lea - Two Lea (1946-1973) was an American Thoroughbred Champion racehorse. Born at Calumet Farm in Lexington, Kentucky, her sire was Bull Lea whose progeny were already successful. Her dam was Two Bob, winner of the 1936 Kentucky Oaks....

  • Typhoon Tracy - Typhoon Tracy (2005 foaled) is an Australian Thoroughbred racehorse won five group one races. The horse name is come from Cyclone Tracy.

  • Urban Sea - Urban Sea (foaled 1989 in Kentucky, died 2 March 2009 at the Irish National Stud) was a French Thoroughbred racemare best known for winning France's most prestigious race in 1993 and for her importance as a world class broodmare. She is one of only two mares to ever produce two Epsom Derby winners, namely Galileo and Sea the Stars. None have produced three winners of this race....

  • Vagrancy (horse) - Vagrancy the 1942 champion 3-year-old filly and handicap mare was honored with a race in her name which is run at Belmont Park. Most acknowledge her grit and determination in that she had 12 starts against males, although she never finished better than second. Vagrancy raced for Belair Stud and was trained for most of her career by “Sunny” Jim Fitzsimmons....

  • Vallée Enchantée - Vallée Enchantée (27 March 2000 foaled) is a retired thoroughbred racehorse bred in Ireland and trained in France. She won Hong Kong Vase and two group race in 2003. She is a very small along other thoroughbreds....

  • Ventura (horse) - Ventura (foaled January 31, 2004 in Kentucky) is a Thoroughbred racehorse who competed in the United Kingdom and the United States. She was bred and raced by Khalid Abdulla's Juddmonte Farms.

  • Whimsical (horse) - Whimsical (foaled 1903 at Raceland Stud in Kentucky) was an American thoroughbred filly racehorse. She was sired by the great stakes winner Orlando, out of the mare, Kismet, who was sired by United States Racing Hall of Fame stallion, Hindoo.

  • Winning Colors (horse) - Winning Colors ( February 14, 1985 - February 17, 2008) was an American Hall of Fame Champion Thoroughbred racehorse and one of only three fillies to ever win the Kentucky Derby. Though she was registered as roan, she was, in fact, a gray with a broad band of white on her face.

  • Wonder Where - Wonder Where (foaled 1956 in Quebec) was a Canadian Thoroughbred filly racehorse who was Canada's 1959 Horse of the Year and a Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame inductee.

  • Zarkava - Zarkava (foaled March 31, 2005 in Ireland) is a French Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred and raced by HH Aga Khan IV, she was sired by Group II winner Zamindar who also sired the multiple Group One winner, Darjina. Out of the mare, Zarkasha, her damsire is Kahyasi, winner of the 1988 Epsom and Irish Derbys....


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