Foaled in 1924 by Guy Axworthy out of Iosola the Great, Iosola's Worthy was acclaimed as the greatest money winner since the days of the high-wheeled sulky. She was victorious in the 1927 Hambletonian, 1927 Kentucky Futurity, the Horse Review Futurity and the Horseman Futurity. Driven by Marvin Childs and Thomas Berry, Iosola's Worthy's winnings totaled $56,538. Once retired from the track, she distinguished herself as a broodmare, with such offspring as Algiers 1:58 4/5, Long Key 3, 2:00, Scotland's Comet 2:00 and eight 2:05 performers. One of her daughters, Miss Kate B. 2:02 3/4, produced Kaola, 2:03 winner of the first $50,000 Golden West Trot in the world record time of 2:32 for 1 1/4 miles. Iosola's Worthy died in late July 1951 at the Walnut Hall Stud Farm at age 27.
Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, KY
Published in the Harness Racing Museum's 1995 book, The 1995 Immortals