Foaled in 1961 by Good Time out of the Worthy Boy mare Breath O Spring, Race Time was bred by Castleton Farm. A horse with a mild demeanor, Race Time's career was intermixed with stunning success and physical hardship. Under the guidance of Hall of Famer Ralph Baldwin, Race Time won 9 out of 12 races as a two-year-old. He won his last race in the Fox Stake in 1:58, clinching the title of Two-Year-Old Colt of the Year. As a three-year-old, he won at Wolverine, Batavia, Goshen, set records at Vernon Downs and Sportsman's Park, and claimed the Messenger Stake at Roosevelt Raceway. Race Time was voted Three-Year-Old of the Year. At four, in 1965, Race Time won the Realization at Roosevelt and was barred from the betting in the $100,000 Empire at Yonkers. He closed the year tied for Aged Pacer of the Year with Cardigan Bay. With 30 race wins and $407,000 in purses, Race Time retired and entered the Castleton Farm stud barn. He sired 217 2:00 performers. Race Time died on July 4, 1979 at Castleton Farm, Lexington, Kentucky.
Unmarked - Castleton Farm, Lexington, KY
Published in the Harness Racing Museum's 1998 Souvenir Journal