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Muscle Hill

Muscle Hill is a trotting colt which won the Breeders Crown in 2008 and 2009. He is driven by Brian Sears and trained by Greg Peck.

He showed great promise as a two year old, winning the 2008 Breeders Crown Two Year Old Colt Trot. He went on to win over $800,000 that year.

In 2009 he went on to win all of his races as a three year old, including the Hambletonian, the Canadian Trotting Classic, the World Trotting Derby, the 2009 Kentucky Futurity and the Breeders Crown. He then retired to stud with career prize money of $3,273,342, and having won the last 20 of the 21 races in which he competed.[1]



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