Bred by James Leadbetter, Richard Stansley and John Powell, Jr., broodmare Stienam’s Place was foaled on May 2, 1994 in Lexington, Kentucky. A world champion, Stienam’s Place raced for two years, winning the 1997 Breeders Crown and Mistletoe Shalee and the 1996 Sweetheart Pace. She earned over $1,400,000 lifetime and was voted 1997 Dan Patch Three-Year-Old Pacing Filly of the Year. Owned by her breeders during her racing career, Stienam’s Place is currently owned by Green Mountain Farms and Kentuckiana Farms.
The progeny that qualified Stienam’s Place for the Hall of Fame are 2010 Dan Patch Three-Year-Old Pacing Filly of the Year, 2010 Breeders Crown and 2009 She’s A Great Lady winner Put On A Show p,5,1:47.3 ($2,406,628) by Rocknroll Hanover; world champion and winner of the 2009 Nadia Lobell and Jugette Showherthemoney p,3,1:49 ($871,161) by Cam’s Card Shark; and Pennsylvania Sire Stakes champion Good Day Mate p,3,1:49.3f ($517,931) by Christian Cullen. At the time of her induction, Stienam’s Place had produced seven fillies and five colts, with nine starters and earnings of $4,565,689.
Stienam's Place died on February 22, 2020 at Kentuckiana Farms in Lexington due to complications from colic, and was buried next to Kentuckiana's pacing stallion Jate Lobell. She was 25.