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  1. Marylou Whitney (née Mary Louise Schroeder; December 24, 1925 – July 19, 2019) was an American socialite and philanthropist. A prominent owner and breeder of thoroughbred racehorses, Whitney was notable for "reigning for decades as the social queen of the Saratoga and Lexington racing seasons".

  2. 19. Juli 2019 · Marylou Whitney, who fled Missouri for New York with dreams of being an actress and found instead a life of immense wealth and privilege, marrying into two of America’s richest families and...

  3. 19. Juli 2019 · Marylou Whitney, who carried on the legacy of one of Thoroughbred racing's great dynasties, died July 19 at her Cady Hill home in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., the New York Racing Association...

  4. 19. Juli 2019 · Marylou Whitney. Marylou Whitney arrived at Hall of Fame trainer T. J. Kelly’s barn at the appointed time early one August morning at Saratoga Race Course during the final week of the 1993 summer meeting. Armed with notebooks containing information about the historic and famed “Whitney Blood” that dated to the first decade of ...

  5. Marylou Whitney, Social Queen of the Racing World, Dies at 93. A fixture in Saratoga and Lexington, she was a prominent hostess, a patron of the arts and, not least, a sportswoman and a ...

  6. 19. Juli 2019 · Marylou Whitney, an aspiring actress who married into one of America’s wealthiest families and became a sought-after hostess and noted philanthropist supporting hospitals, sporting...

  7. 19. Juli 2019 · by Brian Bohl. Marylou Whitney, whose philanthropic initiatives and contributions to racing earned her the nicknames "Queen of Saratoga" and "Grand Dame of Saratoga" among other honors, died Friday, July 19, at her Cady Hill home in Saratoga Springs, NY. She was 93.