A Family Affair - Both Equine And Human

One Last Wish heads to the winner's circle after her 2023 Ontario Sires Stakes Super Final victory
Published: February 19, 2024 11:36 am EST

At the Black Book Yearling Sale in 2006, Ken Sucee bought back an Art Major filly by the name of Arts Diva, on behalf of her co-breeder, Dr. David Legge, for $20,000. Then, over the next five years, Ken trained her to earnings of almost $700,000. Fast forward to 2020, and after a very solid career as a broodmare, Sucee and the Legge brothers named her final foal -- a Bettors Delight filly -- One Last Wish. Twenty-seven starts, $447,802 in earnings and an O’Brien Award nomination later, that spectacular filly has made their wish come true.

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