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Beach Towel

Beach Towel (1987-died March 21, 2009) was the 1990 Harness Horse of the Year. The colt was trained and driven by Ray Remmen. Beach Towel won 18 of his 23 starts with a fastest race mile of 1:50, whilst earning $2,091,860. Over his career Beach Towel has claimed victories in the Little Brown Jug, Breeders Crown, Meadowlands Pace, Delvin Miller Adios and many other races.[1]

Beach Towel was also a successful sire. Amongst his offspring was Jenna's Beach Boy who once held the record for the fastest race mile of all-time in harness racing history. Another of his offspring was Somebeachsomewhere, the 2008 Harness Horse of the Year.[1]

In 2007 he went into retirement at the Woodlands Stud in New Zealand. He died on March 21, 2009 following a severe attack of colic.[1]


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