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Secretariat birthday bash postponed

Festival celebrating Secretariat's birthday, horse legends postponed until October.

Secretariat’s birthday party kicks of legends dream

Mention the name Secretariat just about anywhere in the world and people recognize the name.

Secretariat resolution advances to Senate

A resolution to celebrate the 50th birthday of the world’s most celebrated racehorse of all time was advanced Monday in the Kentucky House.

Secretariat statue moving from Oklahoma to Kentucky

A bronze statue of legendary racehorse Secretariat is moving to Kentucky.

Larger-than-life Secretariat statue coming to Lexington

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports , sculptor Jocelyn Russell is constructing a statue of the 1973 Triple Crown winner.

Life Celebration for Penny Chenery to take place Monday

Monday, racing fans will come together to celebrate the life of a legend, Penny Chenery.

Public memorial planned at Keeneland for Penny Chenery

A public memorial is scheduled at Keeneland to honor the life of Penny Chenery, owner of Triple Crown champion Secretariat, according to the Paulick Report.  

Secretariat owner Penny Chenery dead at age 95

Penny Chenery, who bred and raced 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat as well as realizing her ailing father’s dream to win the Kentucky Derby in 1972 with Riva Ridge, has died. She was 95.

World’s largest horseshoe unveiled

The Kentucky Derby Museum unveiled the world's largest horseshoe during a ceremony on Sunday.

Mother, daughter, accused in scams and animal cruelty

Citrus County Sheriff's Office discovered the horrific evidence of two women's expansive animal abuse across four states - including Kentucky.

Commission Votes To Adjust Secretariat’s 1973 Preakness Time

It's been 39 years since Secretariat's Triple Crown.

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