When he died in 1962 at Castleton Farm, Victory Song was still the world champion four-year-old race stallion, although his record was taken in 1947. Victory Song was the fastest trotter by Volomite and fastest foal of his dam Evensong. He was born at Walnut Hall Farm but raced to his record for Castleton Farm, earning $73,859, a generous amount for the low purses of the 1940s. Victory Song won the Kentucky Futurity in 2:00 1/2 in 1946 and was the first Harness Horse of the Year in 1947. An immediate success as a sire, Victory Song produced long parades of stake winners, fast colt and filly performers and aged champions, of which world champion Senator Frost, 1:57.3 was the fastest.
Unmarked - Castleton Farm, Lexington, KY
Published in the Harness Racing Museum's 1994 book, The Immortals