A 1993 daughter of Run The Table-Cathedral City, Cathedra was a stellar performer on track earning more than $700,000 in three seasons of racing (1995-1997). Bred by Tymal Farms of Oldcastle, Ontario and owned by Hanover Shoe Farms of Pennsylvania, Cathedra was the dam of pacing mare Cathedra Dot Com p,3,1:51, winner of more than $1.2 million and the late pacing colt Western Shooter p,2,1:50, $904,462. Cathedra was inducted into the Living Horse Hall of Fame in 2002. She died on February 24, 2011 at the age of 18. She was interred at Hanover Shoe Farms.
Revised version first published in the Harness Racing Museum's 2002 Souvenir Journal