Regret, winner of the 1915 Kentucky Derby, with owner-breeder Harry Payne Whitney and trainer James Rowe Sr.
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In 1915, Regret became the first filly to win the Kentucky Derby. She was unbeaten at two and three and defeated males in each of her races during those two seasons. As a 2-year-old, Regret won the Saratoga Special Sanford, and Hopeful Stakes for owner-breeder Harry Payne Whitney.
Inducted into the Racing Hall of Fame in 1957, Regret won nine of 11 starts in four seasons.
REGRET’S HEADSTONE AT GAINESWAY FARM