Conniver

Conniver

[kuh-nahyv]
Conniver (1944-1970) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse who was voted the 1948 American Champion Older Female Horse. Bred by Alfred G. Vanderbilt II, she was purchase as a yearling by New York City businessman and sculptor, Harry La Montagne.

When her racing days were over, Conniver was used as a broodmare. Of her six foals, Clandestine and Plotter won important American Graded stakes races.

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