A bay son of Hal Dale and the Volomite mare, On Time, Good Time stood barely fourteen hands high. Owned by William H. Cane, he took practically every prize available as a three-year-old and was just as potent as a free-for-aller and after that, at stud. As a three-year old, Good Time was voted 1949 Horse of the Year, and again in 1952 as a six-year-old! When he retired from racing in 1952, Good Time was the richest Standardbred ever up to that time, with earnings of $318,793. His fastest offspring were Columbia George 1:56, Best of All 1:56.2 and Fast Clip 1:56.3. Good Time was the sire of eighty-three 2:00-minute performers at the time of his death at Castleton Farms in 1977.
Castleton Farm, Lexington, KY
Published in the Harness Racing Museum's 1994 book, The Immortals