22-3-1-6, $18,120. Janney (of Locust Hill), breeder of Shenangigans, once recalled, Shenanigans was meant to be a good mare, she had speed and she was second to Miss Spin in the Maryland Fururity, but she developed a little calcium in a knee. She raced a little bit at three, but we decided she wasn`t going to be able to win a stakes, so we stopped with her. The Janneys were going to send her to Bold Ruler for her first season, but opted to send her to Knightly Manner, which she failed to conceive with. The next breeding was with Nearctic, a son of Nearco. This mating resulted in Icecapade, who won the William du Pont Jr and Nassau County handicaps along with four other stakes. In 1970, Shenanigans foaled another gray (this time by Bold Ruler), a filly later named Laughter. In 1971, a Bold Lad (by Bold Ruler) colt was born, On To Glory. In 1972, Shenanigans foaled her most famous progeny, a dark brown filly by Reviewer. Named Ruffian, the filly ate up American tracks for two seasons before breaking down in a match race against Kentucky Derby winner Foolish Pleasure. After Ruffian, Shenanigans had only two more foals, one in 1974 (Buckfinder - by Buckpasser) and one in 1977 (Near East - by Damascus). In 1975, she was voted Broodmare of the Year. On May 21, 1977, after breaking 2 legs waking from anesthesia following intestinal surgery, Shenanigans was euthanized.