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Life well lived: Penny Chenery, owner of Triple Crown winner Secretariat, dies at 95
Penny Chenery died last weekend at the age of 95. She is remembered most as the owner of Secretariat, a horse she settled for after losing a coin toss. The Triple Crown winner went on to become one of the greatest thoroughbreds to ever race around a track.
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