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Sovereign Award for Outstanding Breeder

The Sovereign Award for Outstanding Breeder is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse racing honor created in 1975 by the Jockey Club of Canada. It is part of the Sovereign Awards program and is awarded annually to the top breeder whose horse(s) have competed in Thoroughbred races in Canada during the year.

The award's counterpart in the United States is the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Breeder.

Past winners:

  • 1975 : Bory Margolus
  • 1980 : Marvin W. Hamilton
  • 1981 : Tom Webb
  • 1983 : Russell Bennett
  • 1988 : Ernie Samuel
  • 1991 : Ernie Samuel
  • 2005 : Adena Springs
  • 2006 : Adena Springs
  • 2007 : Adena Springs
  • 2008 : Adena Springs


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