Page McKenney, an 8-year-old claimer who developed into a stakes-winning millionaire, is retiring from racing because of a tendon injury in his left front leg. Based at Pimlico Race Course with trainer Mary Eppler and co-owned by breeders Dr. James Bryant and Linda Davis of Jalin Stable, Page McKenney had been entered to run in Saturday's $100,000 Sal DeBunda President's Cup at Parx Racing, the fourth leg of the 3-year-old and up, long dirt division in the rejuvenated Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred Championship Series. The Eavesdropper gelding had already clinched the division title with a win, a second and a third in the first three legs starting with the Salvator Mile (G3) July 29 at Monmouth Park, his 15th career stakes victory and second in graded-stakes company. Eppler claimed Page McKenney on behalf of Adam Staple for $16,000 out of a sixth-place finish in a non-winners of two turf event July 20, 2013 at Penn National. Together they won 21 races, nine of them at Pimlico or Laurel Park, and Staple later sold an interest in the horse back to Bryant. Among Page McKenney's local wins were the John B. Campbell Stakes, Harrison E. Johnson Memorial and Richard Small Stakes in 2015; 2016 and 2017 Native Dancer and 2016 General George (G3), all at Laurel. He also finished second in the 2015 Pimlico Special (G3), one of six graded-stakes placings. Page McKenney ends his career with 22 wins, 16 seconds, five thirds and purse earnings of $1,905,940 from 52 starts. In his most recent race, he finished third in the Monmouth Cup (G3) July 29, after which he developed filling in the same leg which followed a runner-up finish in the 2016 Charles Town Classic (G2) and scratch on the morning of the Pimlico Special and led to a nine-month break between races.