Dale Frost, son of Hal Dale-Galloway, was the sire of such great pacers as world champion Meadow Skipper and Fulla Napoleon. He was a top racehorse with career earnings of $204,117. His progeny had 216 wins in 1967 alone, earning well over a half-million dollars and ranking him among the nation's top sires. Dale Frost will always be remembered, though, as the sire of Meadow Skipper, who had such a historic impact on the sport as a producer of pacing champions and sires. Dale Frost died at age seventeen in 1968.
Meadow Lands Farm, Meadow Lands, PA
Published in the Harness Racing Museum's 1994 book, The Immortals