Sarah "Sally" A Lundy
August 26, 1954 - August 26, 1954
Longtime horsewoman, Sarah Ann Lundy, known to her racetrack peers as Sally, passed away due to a long battle with cancer. She turned 63 years old the day she died. Sally was the first women to saddle a Belmont Stakes Starter when she sent Minstrel Star out in 1984. Sally grew up in the Pennsylvania – Delaware region and took to galloping horses and riding steeplechase races in her late teens. She worked for Burley Cox and Bruce Miller in her early riding years. Later on she took a job with David Whiteley and galloped one of the top runners, Instrument Landing for the stable. She traveled out to Southern California with the stable and went to work for Willard . . .