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The Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame was established in 1976 at the Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario to honor those who have made a significant contribution to the sport of harness and thoroughbred horse racing in Canada.

The Hall of Fame annually inducts Thoroughbred and Standardbred horses, sulky drivers, jockeys, trainers and the horse racing industry's builders.


Inductees (year inducted)


Thoroughbred horses

Thoroughbred jockeys

Thoroughbred trainers

  • Ted Mann (1982)
  • Gordon J. McCann (1979)
  • Frank H. Merrill, Jr. (1981)
  • Jerry C. Meyer (1999)
  • John Nixon (2002)
  • John Passero (2000)
  • Gil Rowntree (1997)
  • Fred Schelke (2002)
  • Red Smith (2004)
  • Yonnie Starr (1979)
  • Alfred I. Taylor (1987)
  • Johnny J. Thorpe (2002)
  • Robert P. Tiller (2008)
  • John R. Walker (2000)
  • James White (1996)
  • Ed Whyte (2001)
  • Arthur H. Warner (1984)



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