Hollendorfer has been eligible for consideration since 2004 based on the rules of the game. It says here this should be a one-and-done deal for the horseman to enter the Hall of Fame on the first ballot. Read Blog
MacKenzie 'Mack' Miller, a Hall of Fame trainer who won the 1993 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) with Paul Mellon's Sea Hero, died the morning of Dec. 10 at the University of Kentucky's Markey Cancer Center in Lexington. He was 89.
Jerry Hollendorfer has 135 horses in training at Golden Gate Fields in Northern California, but he has been making regular trips east the past month to keep tabs on the "big" horse in the stable, Chocolate Candy.
Printing Press, dam of multiple grade I winner Lite Light, was euthanized earlier in the month because of complications from the infirmities of old age.
A complete dispersal of bloodstock owned by the partnership of MacKenzie and Martha Miller and the late Dr. Smiser West and his wife Kathryn is planned for the Keeneland September yearling and November mixed sales.
Four-time grade I winner Lite Light was euthanized May 5 after delivering a Mineshaft filly
Jack L. Finley, who campaigned grade I winner Lite Light, died Sept. 4 in Paradise Valley, Ariz.
Prominent Central Kentucky stallion Majestic Light died last Friday at Hagyard-Davidson-McGee veterinary clinic near Lexington, Ky. following colic surgery.
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