|Breeder||Woodlands Investments Ltd.|
|Kingarvie is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Forsworn by Teddy Wrack. He was born around 1943 in Canada, and was bred by Woodlands Investments Ltd..|
Coronation Futurity Stakes (1945)
King's Plate (1946)
Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame (1976)|
Kingarvie Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack
|Horse (Equus ferus caballus)|
Kingarvie (1943-1955) was a Canadian Hall of Fame Thoroughbred racehorse. Owned and bred by the renowned automobile pioneer, Col. Sam McLaughlin, he was out of the mare, Forsworn. He was sired by Teddy Wrack who was a son of Bull Dog, a Champion American sire whose progeny included the very important Bull Lea. 
Trained by Arthur Brent, in his first two races at age two Kingarvie was beaten by fellow future Hall of Fame inductee, Windfields. He then went on a ten-race winning streak that extended into 1946 which included the 87th running of the King's Plate when jockey Johnny Dewhurst rode him to victory. The King's Plate is Canada's most prestigious race.
A gelding, Kingarvie continued racing until 1953 when he was retired at age ten. He retired as the first Canadian horse to earn $100,000.
In January of 1955, Kingarvie suffered injuries during training at Gulfstream Park and had to be euthanized.  In 1976 he was part of the inaugural class inducted in the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame.