A filly resulting from the mating of Bill Gallon and Follow Me, Stenographer was owned by Max Hempt and trained and driven by Delvin Miller. She set a world record and won numerous stakes, including The Coaching Club Trotting Oaks and The Acorn. In 1954 the U.S. Harness Writers elected her Horse of the Year. As a broodmare, she produced a number of top offspring, notably Keystone Selene, the dam of world champion Keystone Sister, 1:59. Stenographer lived to a ripe old 35 and is buried at Hempt Farms, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania next to Bye Bye Byrd and Hickory Pride.
Published in the Harness Racing Museum's 1994 book, The Immortals