Hall of Immortals - People

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Biography:A native of Charleston, Illinois, Walter Moore was twenty-three when he landed his first job, in 1893, as a turf writer with The Western...Read more
Year of Induction:1988
Biography:An attorney who practiced law in Albany, New York from 1931 to 1963, Ernie Morris was a nationally prominent figure during harness...Read more
Year of Induction:1978
Biography:An outstanding equine artist, George Ford Morris painted portraits of horses for more than seventy years. Born in St. Joseph,...Read more
Biography:A native of Kansas, P. Walter Moser was a top turf photographer and journalist. He represented several horse journals both as...Read more
Biography:Unexcelled as a trainer-driver of the Standardbred, Tom Murphy's career extended from the turn of the century until he retired in 1927....Read more
Biography:The first Standardbred William Murray ever owned was Calumet Edna, the grandam of the 1983 Immortal Meadow Skipper. The female of the...Read more
Biography:Born in the centennial year of the United States in Backman's Valley, Maryland, Clinton Myers began his professional career as a clerk...Read more
Biography:History will record Joseph A. Neville as being the founder, in 1946, of the Little Brown Jug. It was "Jugger Joe" who lifted a harness...Read more
Biography:Katherine Harkness Edwards Nichols was born December 10, 1910. She owned Walnut Hall Farm in Lexington, Kentucky at the time of her...Read more
Biography:As a director and officer of a number of Standardbred organizations, Colonel Harold Willis Nichols was co-operator (with wife Katherine...Read more