A harness racing leather halter worn by two-time Horse of the Year Moni Maker [Speedy Crown - Nan's Catch], arguably the greatest trotting mare of all time is now available on the Halters For Hope website.
Moni Maker retired following the 2000 season with career earnings of $5,589,256. She retired as not only the richest Standardbred of all time but the richest female racehorse of any breed.
Included among Moni Maker's career victories was the Classic Oaks final and Nat Ray final in 1997, the Nat Ray final and Breeders Crown final in the U.S. and the Elitlopp in Sweden in 1998, the Trotting Classic final and the American National on this side of the Atlantic and the Prix de Amerique, the Prix de France and the Premio Tor Di Valle in France in 1999.
In 2000 she won the Trot Mondial and Nat Ray final on her way to her third straight Trotter of the Year title and fourth straight divisional crown.
Halters For Hope collects worn halters, with engraved nameplates, from the sport's top racehorses, sires and broodmares, and offers them for sale to the public to benefit horse rescue organizations that cater to saving Standardbreds.
100 percent of the proceeds from these halters go to the rescue and adoption groups!