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Memories of Personal Ensign

Thousands of races are run during the course of a lifetime but the most vivid memories are isolated moments frozen in time that take the breath away. Personal Ensign ran a dozen races after winning a maiden race in the mud at Belmont Park by almost 13 lengths on September 28, 1986 and stamped herself as a champion for the ages, among the best of her sex ever to wear a bridle. But the announcement of her death on Friday, perhaps for all who watched her unfolding career as she carved a deep niche in history, brought back the last day on which she ever graced a racetrack. Read More

 

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