Wilhelmine Stewart Kirby Waller, owner of Tanrackin Farm in Bedford Hills, N.Y., and one of the driving forces behind the formation of the New York Breeding and Racing Program, died April 7 at her home on Tanrackin.
Win, who was a fixture in North America's top turf races for several years and New York's Horse of the Year in 1984-85, died in March at Mrs. Thomas Waller's Tanrackin Farm near Bedford Hills, N.Y.
Unbeaten Hallowed Dreams extended her win streak to 16--equaling the modern American record for consecutive wins by a Thoroughbred co-held by Citation and Cigar--when she beat three other 3-year-old fillies in the $38,800 Dixie Miss Stakes at Louisiana Downs.
Another Win For Gold Beauty
Mark Guidry became the 36th jockey to win 4,000 races.
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