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Women of the Year – Ten Fillies Who Achieved Horse Racing's Highest Honor

Women of the Year - Ten Fillies who Achieved Horse Racing's Highest Honor is a 2004 book written by the Staff and Correspondents of The Blood-Horse magazine and published by Eclipse Press. (ISBN 1-58150-116-1)

The book about the sport of Thoroughbred horse racing tells the story of the only fillies at that time to have been voted United States Horse of the Year honors. Rachel Alexandra would join this club in 2010 when she was named as the 2009 Horse of the Year.

The ten fillies in the book are:



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