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What’s new at the Harness Racing Museum?

Sep
11

MUSEUM GIFT SHOP AT DELAWARE COUNTY FAIR

The Harness Racing Museum’s Winner’s Circle Gift Shop will be at the Delaware County Fair in Delaware, Ohio, Monday, September 16 through Thursday, September 19, 2019. Our shop will be located east of the Log Cabin near the Jugette Barn. Start your holiday shopping before and between races. W... Read more
Jul
24

2019 CHARITY CASINO NIGHT & POKER TOURNAMENT

Goshen, NY – The harness racing community once again showed robust support for two of the sport’s most important charities – The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame and the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) – at a casino-themed fundraiser held Hambletonian eve at The New Mea... Read more
Jul
10

DAVID MILLER WINS HOF TROT AT HISTORIC TRACK

Goshen, NY --- Getting to compete in the annual Mr. & Mrs. Elbridge T. Gerry Sr. Memorial Hall of Fame Trot is an honor. Winning the race makes it even better. “Even better? That makes it the best,” said grinning driver David Miller, who won Sunday’s $10,000 event, which pitted five Hal... Read more
Jul
08

HALL OF FAME WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS

Goshen, NY — On Sunday (July 7) 12 individuals and six equines were inducted into the Harness Racing Hall of Fame. Six new members — Blair Burgess, Ted Gewertz, Joe Holloway, Jerry Silverman, Linda Toscano and Ted Wing — entered the Living Hall of Fame, while Mark Hall and Dave Little were ens... Read more
Apr
18

LIVING HORSE HALL OF FAME BROODMARES ANNOUNCED

The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is pleased to announce the two broodmares that will be inducted into the Living Horse Hall of Fame on July 7, 2019 in Goshen, New York. The Living Horse Hall of Fame Committee recently voted for broodmares using the criteria implemented in 2018. Eligible ... Read more
Apr
01

FIRST LADY OF HARNESS RACING, DOTTIE HAUGHTON PASSES

Dorothy "Dottie" Haughton, the widow of the late Hall of Famer Billy Haughton, died Sunday night at age 87. She had been in failing health this past winter. The First Lady of harness racing was a genuine, lovely person full of grace and class who had a sincere love of the sport and an enormou... Read more