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Canadian Hall of Fame Nominees Announced

A total of 21 nominees have been put forward by the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame's Thoroughbred and Standardbred Nominating Committees. Read More

 

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Icy- I grew up 10 minutes from the Armstrong Bros Farm. Their Orange Barns are pretty noticable when you drive by. Been some time since I was up that way.
I looked at the article and this took place in 2009, five years ago. Still even then in 2009 what was the hold up with getting a horse like Cam Fella in. What a fantastic horse. Saw him beat It's Fritz who at that time was the fastest standardbred running. The Armstrong Brothers had or bred some of the best standardbreds in the world.
that means ballots will be in the mail soon
Kieth Clark is very deserving
Cam Fella the Pacing Machine well deserves this honor. One of the greats.
Cam Fella FINALLY going to be inducted into our Canadian racing hall of fame. Best standardbred I ever watched. Heart the size of the track he raced on.

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