Filly Triple Crown Winners

Official & Unofficial Filly Triple Crown Winners: Dark Mirage, Shuvee, Chris Evert, Ruffian, Davona Dale, Mom's Command, Open Mind, Sky Beauty, Wistful, Real Delight, Princess Turia,

Kentucky Oaks winner Wistful claims the 2nd jewel in the unofficial filly Triple Crown at the finish of the 1949 Pimlico Oaks now known as the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes. The unofficial filly Triple Crown consists of the Kentucky Oaks, Pimlico Oaks (later named the Black-Eyed Susan), and Coaching Club American Oaks.

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Wistful wins the 1949 Coaching Club American Oaks becoming the first filly in history to win the unofficial filly Triple Crown!

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Kentucky Oaks winner Real Delight and jockey Eddie Arcaro win the 1952 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes at Pimlico.

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Real Delight and jockey Eddie Arcaro after winning the 1952 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes at Pimlico.

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Real Delight and jockey Eddie Arcaro leave the field behind in the 1952 Coaching Club American Oaks.

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Real Delight became the 2nd filly in history to win the unofficial filly Triple Crown.

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Some argue the filly Triple Crown consists of the Kentucky Oaks, Black-Eyed Susan, and Acorn Stakes. With the Acorn being the third race in the series. Princess Turia and jockey Bill Hartack up wins the 1956 Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs.

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Princess Turia captures the 1956 Black Eyed Susan Stakes at Pimlico.

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Princess Turia went on to win the 1956 Acorn Stakes which is believed by some to be the unofficial filly Triple Crown third jewel.

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The official filly Triple Crown consists of the Acorn Stakes, Mother Goose Stakes, and Coaching Club American Oaks. This series is also known as the New York Filly Triple Crown. Dark Mirage heads towards the finish line in the 1968 Acorn Stakes at Aqueduct.

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Dark Mirage out classes the rest of the field in the Acorn Stakes.

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Dark Mirage takes the second jewel of the official filly Triple Crown the 1968 Mother Goose Stakes at Belmont Park.

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Dark Mirage leaves her opponents behind in the 1968 Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont Park.

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Dark Mirage becomes the first filly in history to win the official filly Triple Crown after her victory in the CCA Oaks at Belmont Park.

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Acorn Stakes winner Shuvee captures the 1969 Mother Goose Stakes at Belmont Park.

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Shuvee and Jesse Davidson are victorious in the Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont Park on June 21, 1969 sweeping the official filly Triple Crown.

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Chris Evert winning the 1974 Acorn Stakes.

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Chris Evert at Belmont Park on May 29, 1974. A few days before winning the 2nd jewel of the filly Triple Crown, the Mother Goose Stakes.

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Chris Evert wins the 1974 CCA Oaks at Belmont Park completing the third jewel in the official filly Triple Crown.

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Chris Evert became the 3rd filly in history to win the official filly Triple Crown.

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Ruffian is victorious in the 1975 Acorn Stakes at Aqueduct.

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Ruffian and jockey Jacinto Vasquez win the 1975 Mother Goose Stakes.

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Ruffian being brought into the winner's circle after the Mother Goose Stakes.

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Ruffian and jockey Jacinto Vasquez capture the Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont Park.

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Ruffian became the 4th filly in history to win the official filly Triple Crown.

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Davona Dale snatches the first jewel of the official filly Triple Crown from her opponents in the 1979 Acorn Stakes.

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Davona Dale triumphs in the 1979 Mother Goose Stakes.

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Davona Dale after winning the Mother Goose Stakes.

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Davona Dale is victorious in the 1979 Coaching Club American Oaks.

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Davona Dale secures her place in history as the 5th filly to win the official filly Triple Crown.

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Davona Dale winning the 1979 Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs.

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Davona Dale also won the 1979 Black-Eyed Susan Stakes at Pimlico making her the only filly in history to win the unofficial and official filly Triple Crown in all it's variations.

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Mom's Command commanded a solid win in the 1985 Acorn Stakes.

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Mom's Command brings home the 2nd jewel of the filly Triple Crown after winning the 1985 Mother Goose Stakes.

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Mom's Command after winning the Mother Goose Stakes at Belmont Park

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Mom's Command is victorious in the 1985 CCA Oaks.

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Mom's Command became the 6th filly to win the official filly Triple Crown.

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Open Mind romps home to win the 1989 Acorn Stakes.

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Open Mind shows whose boss in the 1989 Mother Goose Stakes.

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Open Mind battles down the stretch with Nite of Fun in the 1989 Coaching Club American Oaks.

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Open Mind wins the Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont Park after Nite of Fun was disqualified making her the 7th filly to win the official filly Triple Crown.

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Sky Beauty sails to a smooth victory in the 1993 Acorn Stakes.

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Sky Beauty takes the second jewel in the official filly Triple Crown after winning the 1993 Mother Goose Stakes.

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Sky Beauty after winning the 1993 Mother Goose Stakes.

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Sky Beauty battles down the stretch in the 1993 Coaching Club American Oaks.

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Sky Beauty sweeps the official Filly Triple crown in the 1993 Coaching Club American Oaks becoming the last filly to accomplish this feat.

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