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Canadian Champion Male Turf Horse

The Canadian Champion Male Turf Horse is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse racing honor that is part of the Sovereign Awards program awarded annually to the top 2-Year-Old male Thoroughbred horse competing in Canada. Created in 1975 by the Jockey Club of Canada as a single award for Champion Turf Horse, it was split into male and female categories in 1995.


Past winners:

  • 1975 : Victorian Queen (filly)
  • 1976 : Victorian Prince
  • 1981 : Ben Fab
  • 1983 : Kingsbridge
  • 1984 : Bounding Away
  • 1989 : Charlie Barley
  • 1993 : Hero's Love
  • 1995 : Hasten To Add
  • 2001 : Numerous Times
  • 2002 : Portcullis
  • 2003 : Perfect Soul
  • 2008 : Rahy's Attorney


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