Day At The Track

MSOA announces 2014 Horse Award Winners

07:16 AM 12 Dec 2014 NZDT
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Cammikey, harness racing
Cammikey (#4) was named the MSOA Horse of the Year
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Three-year-old harness racing pacing colt, Cammikey, owned by Cam Land, LLC, has been named Horse of the Year by the members of the Meadows Standardbred Owners Association.

Cammikey, who is trained by Bill Zendt and was also named the organization's Pacer of the Year, beat out Daylon Miracle for the top honor. Daylon Miracle, owned and trained by Bill Bercury, was named the MSOA's Trotter of the Year.

Chaching Hanover earned top honors as the 2YO Colt Pacer of the Year for owners Karen Fread, Michael Toth and Michelle Linnert and trainer Jan Fread. Top 2YO pacing filly honors were earned by Half Past Seven, owned by the Lone Wolf Stable and trained by Mike Palone.

Among freshman trotters, the top vote-getters were Wimborne Hanover and Matter Hatter. Wimborne Hanover, named the top colt, is owned by Susan Daugherty and trained by her husband, Bill. Filly Matter Hatter is owned by Pius Soehnlen and was trained by Jeff Cox.

Top sophomore colt pacing honors went to Cammikey, while Eiffel Tower was named the leading pacing filly. Eiffel Tower, owned by Glenda Collins and Janine Zito, is conditioned by Dean Collins.

Bob Key's Jett Star, trained by Steve Owens, was named the top local trotting colt of 2014, while Broadway Socks earned honors on the filly side. Broadway Socks is owned by her trainer, David Wade, in partnership with Gerald Brittingham and William Peel.

Visible Gold was named the top aged male pacer for the 2014 season. Ron Burke trains for the Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and the RTC Stables.

Do Me Honor, owned and trained by Bill Bercury, was named the top aged pacing mare, while stablemate Tamarind was named the top aged male trotter. They joined Daylon Miracle, the top older mare trotter, as the Bercury Stable brought in the most awards on the evening.

The MSOA would like to congratulate all of this year's honorees.

by Jeff Zidek, for the MSOA

 
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