Hall of Fame, Horses

Cicada
Bay filly foaled in 1959. Died in 1981. By Bryan G.-Satsuma, by Bossuet

Inducted:1967
Breeder:Christopher T. Chenery
Owner:Christopher T. Chenery
Trainer:J.H. 'Casey' Hayes

Race History
YearAgeStartsFirstSecondThirdEarned
19612161123$384,676
1962317842$298,167
196348421$100,481
196451000$350
 Totals:422386$783,674

Cicada and her groom Clarence Cary
N.Y.R.A.

Cicada's best season came at 2 when she won the Gardenia, Frizette, Matron, Spinaway, and National Stallion Stakes, among others. She was named Champion 2-year-old filly for 1961. At three Cicada won the Kentucky Oaks, Acorn, Mother Goose, Jersey Belle Stakes, and in the Beldame beat the best older fillies and mares in training. She also broke Kelso's track record for nine furlongs at Aqueduct and was named Champion 3-year-old filly. Before suffering an injury while training at 4, Cicada won the Columbiana, Sheepshead Bay, Vagrancy, and Distaff Handicaps. For the third time she was named Champion, this time as Handicap Mare.

Cicada came back for one race at 5 when it was discovered that she had lost her earlier form. When she retired Cicada was the greatest money-winning filly up to her time.

Cicada produced one stakes winner from her six foals.

Cicada was inducted in the Hall of Fame in 1967.

Cicada takes the lead in the 1962 Acorn
©N.Y.R.A.\Bob Coglianese

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