|Steady Power is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Pyramid Power by Steady Growth. He was born around 1984 in Canada, and was bred by Kinghaven Farms.|
Achievement Handicap (1987)|
Alberta Derby (1987)
Canadian Derby (1987)
Manitoba Derby (1987)
Speed to Spare Championship Stakes (1988)
Valedictory Handicap (1988)
Jockey Club Cup Handicap (1989)
Durham Cup Handicap (1989)
|Canadian Champion Older Horse (1989)|
|Horse (Equus ferus caballus)|
Steady Power (foaled 1984 in Ontario) is a Canadian Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred and raced by Kinghaven Farms, Steady Power was a versatile runner at both short and long distances whose wins included the seven-furlong Achievement Handicap, and the mile and three quarter (14 furlongs) Valedictory Handicap.
In 1989, five-year-old Steady Power enjoyed his best year, earning Canadian Champion Older Horse honors after winning the Durham Cup Handicap, the Jockey Club Cup Handicap, and a second by a head to Hodges Bay in the 1989 Rothmans International. 
A gelding, Steady Power continued to race competitively at the top levels in Canadian racing into age eight when he was claimed for $50,000 in June of 1992. By October he had been dropped to a $16,000 claiming race when Kinghaven Farms bought him back and gave him the retirement he deserved.