Hall of Fame

 



bee a magician

Year of Induction: 
2021
Year of Birth: 
2010
Inducted as a: 
Racehorse
Election Into Living Hall of Fame: 
2020
Gait: 
Trotter
Record: 
3,1:51
Earnings: 
$4,055,865
Sire: 
Kadabra
Dam: 
Beehive
Sire of Dam: 
Balanced Image
Biography: 

Bred by White Birch Farm of Allentown, New Jersey and foaled on February 1, 2010 in Allentown, 2013 Horse of the Year, two-time Breeders Crown winner and world champion trotting mare Bee A Magician has a lifetime race record of 72-45-14-3. Trained by R. Nifty Norman and driven by Brian Sears and Rick Zeron, she was owned by White Birch Farm during her racing career.

Bee A Magician was the leading moneywinning two-year-old trotter of 2012 with $766,652 in earnings and a 13-10-1-1 record, including wins in the Peaceful Way and Ontario Sire Stakes Gold Super Final. She was voted 2012 O’Brien Two-Year-Old Trotting Filly of the Year.

Three-year-old Bee A Magician was undefeated in 17 starts. She set the world record 1:51 mile for three-year-old fillies and was the year’s leading moneywinning
trotter with $1,547,304 in earnings, a single-season record for Standardbred mares. Major
victories included the Breeders Crown, Hambletonian Oaks, Elegant Image, Delvin Miller Memorial, Moni Maker and Simcoe Stakes. Bee A Magician was voted 2013 Dan Patch and O’Brien Horse of the Year, Dan Patch Trotter of the Year, and Dan Patch and O’Brien Three-Year-Old Trotting Filly of the Year.

As a four-year-old, Bee A Magician earned $421,314 while finishing on the board in 12 of 17 starts, including a victory in the 2014 Breeders Crown Open Mare Trot. In 2015 Bee A Magician would claim the title of top moneywinning aged Standardbred of the year, garnering $980,845. With 10 wins and 5 seconds in 18 starts, including victories in the Maple Leaf Trot and Armbro Flight, Bee A Magician was voted 2015 Dan Patch and O’Brien Older Trotting Mare of the Year.

Bee A Magician ended her racing career in 2016, earning $339,750 with 4 wins, including the Yonkers Invitational Trot and the Mack Lobell Elitlopp Playoff. She is currently owned by Melvin Hartman, Herb Liverman and David McDuffee.