Noble Winfield Threewitt Net Worth

Noble Winfield Threewitt Net Worth is
$16 Million

Noble Winfield Threewitt Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Noble Threewitt (February 24, 1911 – September 17, 2010) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse trainer who conditioned horses for seventy-five years before retiring on his ninety-sixth birthday. The city of Arcadia, California, home to Santa Anita Racetrack, declared February 24, 2007 to be "Noble Threewitt Day."Born in Benton, Illinois, Threewitt grew up in a small town where his father worked as an bookkeeper for a coal company. Introduced to horse racing at county fairgrounds, in his teens he rode in a few races in Kansas City but soon weight gain ended his days as a jockey. In 1932 he embarked on a career as a professional trainer at Agua Caliente Racetrack in Tijuana, Mexico. At age twenty-one, he was the youngest licensed American trainer at that time. At Agua Caliente Racetrack, Threewitt saddled his first winner in 1932 and was on hand when the great Australian champion Phar Lap came that year to win the Agua Caliente Handicap.A year after Noble Threewitt became a trainer, he met and married Beryl Buck, the daughter of fellow trainer, William D. Buck. When Santa Anita Park was built in Arcadia, California, Threewitt was there for the opening day in 1934. He would also be on hand to witness the opening of four other major California racetracks: Hollywood Park (1938), Del Mar Racetrack (1937), Bay Meadows Racetrack (1934), and Golden Gate Fields (1941) as well as for the opening of Longacres Racetrack and Emerald Downs in the state of Washington.A permanent fixture in California racing, except for a few years in the 1930s when he trained in New York for John D. Hertz, Threewitt won training titles at Hollywood Park in 1959, 1960 and 1961, and at Golden Gate Fields in 1970. In April 1954, he won with nine consecutive starters at Tanforan Racetrack in San Bruno, California.The best horse Noble Threewitt conditioned was Correlation with which he won the 1954 Florida Derby and Wood Memorial Stakes. The betting favorite in the Kentucky Derby, in what Churchill Downs describes as one of the roughest Derbys ever run, the colt finished sixth to winner Determine then earned a second place result behind Hasty Road in the Preakness Stakes.On April 22, 2006, at age 95, Noble Threewitt became the oldest trainer to win a race in North America when Threeatonce, owned by grandson Chris Chinnici, won a maiden claiming race at Santa Anita Park. On his February 24, 2007 birthday, Threewitt officially retired as a trainer having won more than 2,000 races.A long-time friend of trainer Charlie Whittingham, in 1993 Hollywood Park Racetrack named its new Horsemen's Lounge in their honor.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthFebruary 24, 1911
DiedWest Covina, California, U.S.
Place Of BirthBenton, Illinois, USA
Star SignPisces
1Officially retired on his ninety-sixth birthday after seventy-five years as a Thoroughbred trainer. The city of Arcadia, California, home to Santa Anita Racetrack, declared February 24, 2007 as "Noble Threewitt Day." [February 2007]
2Still training racehorses at USA west coast tracks at age 92. [2003]
3Racehorse trainer.


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