Living Hall of Fame

Living Hall of Fame description

Year of Induction:2002
Biography:Born in Rexburg, Idaho on May 9, 1923, Jim Dennis grew up with Standardbreds. His father, Noah, and five uncles trained and drove them....Read more
Year of Induction:2003
Biography:Born in St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, on September 27, 1940, Jim Doherty, like many of today's top horsemen, got his start in the...Read more
Year of Induction:1975
Biography:Born in the Bronx, New York in 1912, Jim Dunnigan was the son of New York State Senator John J. Dunnigan, who authored...Read more
Year of Induction:2023
Biography:In addition to three Hambletonians and a Hambletonian Oaks, Per Eriksson was the trainer of multiple Breeders Crown winners, five World...Read more
Year of Induction:1969
Biography:Inducted into the Living Hall of Fame in 1968, Frank Ervin's impact on the sport ranged from his triumphs on the track, with numerous...Read more
Year of Induction:1980
Biography:Robert Farrington made harness racing history when he became the first driver to register 200 or more victories in one season (1961),...Read more
Year of Induction:1976
Biography:Until 2012, Herve Filion had won more races and more purse money than any other driver in the history of the sport. In 1993 he passed 14...Read more
Year of Induction:2023
Biography:Born on April 12, 1939 in Pointe-aux-Trembles, Quebec, Lucien Fontaine (“Loosh”) is probably best known as the driver-trainer of...Read more
Year of Induction:1997
Biography:Dominic H. Frinzi Jr., president of Harness Horsemen International for more than a quarter of a century and one of the Standardbred...Read more
Year of Induction:1981
Biography:A highly successful manufacturer of pet foods, Clarence Gaines became a harness horse enthusiast in 1943. He established...Read more