Antonio "Tony" Chiaravalle, who campaigned such notables as 1993 Pacer of the Year Presidential Ball, his blazing-fast stablemate Riyadh, and the top free-for-allers Dream Maker and Lime Time, died Monday, June 23, at the age of 78.
Before Presidential Ball gave Mr. Chiaravalle a top sophomore stakes contender, Dream Maker and Lime Time put him in the winner's circle for the sport's most prestigious races for older horses. Dream Maker defeated Rambling Willie, Le Baron Rouge, Senor Skipper and Governor's Skipper and won the 1978 Provincial Cup at Windsor and the 1978 Canadian Pacing Derby at Greenwood Raceway. He was voted Canada's Aged Pacer of 1977.
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