Funds are being raised to preserve and maintain the final resting place of Secretariat’s greatest daughter and Horse of the Year, Lady’s Secret, and to finish The Lady’s Secret Memorial Garden as a tribute her.
Most warming of all is the story of the latter years of Lady’s Secret life. In May of 2001, her then owners, John and Kim Glenney, moved Lady’s Secret and her companion, Superbe Dawn, from Kentucky to California, believing the milder winters would benefit her. Lady’s Secret and Superbe Dawn had their own pasture next to a majestic mature oak tree. This pasture is now known as The Lady’s Secret Pasture. Lady’s Secret died suddenly on March 4, 2003 after foaling a healthy colt. She was 21. Her best friend and companion, Superbe Dawn raised Lady’s Secret newborn colt as her own. The “Iron Lady” is buried under that majestic oak tree in the pasture where she romped each day with her friend, Superbe Dawn. Adjacent to The Lady’s Secret Pasture is The Lady’s Secret Memorial Garden.
Who are we?
Friends of the Lady’s Secret Memorial Garden, is a volunteer group dedicated to preserving the memory of the great race mare, Lady’s Secret.
How can I contribute?
Monetary donations can be sent to:
Friends of The Lady’s Secret Memorial Garden
14728 Cool Valley Road
Valley Center, CA 92082
or via www.youcaring.com
Remembering Lady’s Secret
or can applied to the Paypal Account of
Donations of plants, garden decorations, and/or labor are welcomed too.