Living Horse Hall of Fame

Living horse hall of fame description

Year of Induction:2009
Biography:Muscles Yankee was foaled April 9, 1995 at Yankeeland Farms, Inc. in Frederick, MD. Sired by Valley Victory 3,1:55.3 ($485,307), he was...Read more
Year of Induction:1997
Biography:An Albatross-Niagara Dream-Bye Bye Byrd foal, Niatross was bred by Niagara Acres (Elsie Berger) and trained and driven by Clint...Read more
Year of Induction:2003
Biography:No Nukes, by the Most Happy Fella stallion Oil Burner, was the first foal out of Gidget Lobell by Overtrick. Foaled in New Jersey in...Read more
Year of Induction:2001
Biography:On The Road Again was one of the sport’s all-time great pacers, winning 44 of his 61 starts and earning $2,819,102. He retired as the...Read more
Year of Induction:1999
Biography:Peace Corps is the richest Standardbred in history and a multiple world champion. Her North American and European earnings of over $5.5...Read more
Year of Induction:2003
Biography:Perfect Profile's sire is Nihilator, her dam is Rodine Hanover. She was a foal of 1990 and is the dam of two Artsplace-sired stars...Read more
Year of Induction:2004
Biography:On October 1, 1994, Pine Chip became the "World's Fastest Trotter" with a 1:51 time-trial at the Red Mile driven by Hall of Famer John...Read more
Year of Induction:2014
Biography: Bred by Alfred Ochsner, Jr., 1991 Horse of the Year and Little Brown Jug winner Precious Bunny was foaled on May 6, 1988 at Windhaven...Read more
Year of Induction:2015
Biography:Sired by 1993 North America Cup and Meadowlands Pace winner Presidential Ball, pacer Presidential Lady was foaled on April 4, 1995 in...Read more
Year of Induction:2001
Biography:Racy Heart was a 1971 foal by Race Time out of Dear Heart by Duane Hanover. She was bred by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oldfield of Adrian...Read more