PENNY CHENERY

1922-2017



All of us at Claiborne Farm are saddened by the loss of Penny Chenery. Her determination, passion and love of horses will forever be remembered. She was a true pioneer who raised the bar for so many of us. We are grateful for the opportunity she gave us to stand Secretariat and for all the contributions she made to the Thoroughbred industry. Much like Secretariat, she will always be remembered for her big heart, tremendous strides, and proclivity to overcome all odds.

Photo courtesy of the BloodHorse Library.

RECENT NEWS

This past weekend was a major one for Claiborne-sired runners, as four different stallions were represented in the winner’s circle in stakes races, with two of them coming at the highest level. Leading the way were Flatter and Arch, as they sired the winners of the Pennsylvania Derby (G1) and Cotillion Stakes (G1), respectively, on […]

Stardoza became freshman sire Data Link’s first stakes winner by taking the Mrs. Henry D. Paxson Memorial Stakes at Presque Isle Downs in her first attempt at stakes company. The 2-year-old filly took the lead early and never looked back. After cruising to the front, Stardoza rated nicely while setting a manageable pace, and she […]

Plenty of high quality horses were on offer during the first two books of the Keeneland September yearling sale, and of the 13 horses to sell for seven figures, five of them were by Claiborne stallions, which is a healthy 38.5%. Offspring by War Front always prove popular at major auctions, and this year’s September […]

History

Claiborne Farm has been in operation for over 100 years. It is the birthplace of more than 75 Champions and 22 members of National Racing Museum’s Hall of Fame were foaled and/or raised at Claiborne.