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Chatelaine (1930 – 1937) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare.
Ridden by Gordon Richards she dead-heated for first place with the Aga Khan's four-year-old colt Dastur after what was described as a "great duel", with the advantage passing back and forth over the last quarter mile.
In the Jockey Club Cup on two weeks later she was tried over two and a quarter miles and finished second of the three runners, beaten one and a half lengths by Nitsichin, a five-year-old mare whose wins included the Irish Oaks and the Cesarewitch.
This gap is systemic—from fewer female scientists to more male subjects in industry-led clinical trials to use of male lab rats because they’re cheaper and easier to study: male rats don’t have an estrus cycle, don’t get pregnant, and provide Y and X chromosomes. A female equivalent—a “hermunculus”—has yet to be mapped.
When it is, it could provide clues into diseases like Alzheimer’s, which afflict more women than men.
At York Racecourse in September Chatelaine finished second to the Epsom Derby runner-up King Salmon in the Great Yorkshire Stakes over fourteen furlongs.