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Cane Pace

The Cane Pace is a harness horse race run annually since 1955. In 1956 the race joined with the Little Brown Jug and the Messenger Stakes to become the first leg in the Triple Crown of Harness Racing for Pacers.

Drivers, Stanley Dancer and John Campbell hold the record for the most Cane Pace wins with four each.

Since 1998, the race is held at the Freehold Raceway in Freehold Borough, New Jersey. Established in 1853, Freehold Raceway is the oldest half-mile racetrack in the United States.

From 1955 to 1997, the race was held at Yonkers Raceway in Yonkers, New York.

Cane Pace winners

  • 2008 - Art Official
  • 2007 - Always A Virgin
  • 2005 - Royal Flush Shark
  • 2004 - Timesareachanging, Western Terror (dead heat)
  • 2003 - No Pan Intended
  • 2002 - Art Major
  • 2001 - Four Starzz Shark
  • 2000 - Powerful Toy
  • 1999 - Blissful Hall
  • 1998 - Shady Character
  • 1997 - Western Dreamer
  • 1996 - Scoot To Power
  • 1995 - Mattgrilla Gorilla
  • 1994 - Falcons Future
  • 1993 - Riyadh
  • 1992 - Western Hanover
  • 1991 - Silky Stallone
  • 1990 - Jake And Elwood
  • 1989 - Dancing Master
  • 1988 - Runnymede Lobell
  • 1987 - Righteous Bucks
  • 1986 - Barberry Spur
  • 1985 - Chairmanoftheboard
  • 1984 - On The Road Again
  • 1983 - Ralph Hanover
  • 1981 - Wildwood Jeb
  • 1979 - Happy Motoring
  • 1978 - Armbro Tiger
  • 1977 - Jade Prince
  • 1975 - Nero
  • 1974 - Boyden Hanover
  • 1973 - Smog
  • 1972 - Hilarious Way
  • 1970 - Most Happy Fella
  • 1969 - Kat Byrd
  • 1968 - Rum Customer
  • 1967 - Meadow Paige
  • 1966 - Romeo Hanover
  • 1964 - Race Time
  • 1962 - Ranger Knight
  • 1961 - Cold Front
  • 1960 - Countess Adios (Filly)
  • 1958 - Raider Frost
  • 1957 - Torpid
  • 1956 - Noble Adios
  • 1955 - Quick Chief



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