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Sarah A. Lundy

Sarah A. Lundy (born August 26, 1954) is an American Thoroughbred horse trainer. In 1984 she became the first female trainer to ever saddle a horse in the Belmont Stakes.

Among her successes, in 1990/91 Lundy won back-to-back runnings of the Ashley T. Cole Handicap at Aqueduct Racetrack in the New York City area where she also won the 1991 Kingston Handicap at Belmont Park. Training during the winter in Florida, she won the Sam F. Davis Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs in 1993.



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