Horses

Oklahoma has long been connected to great horses in racing, long before the sport became legal on a pari-mutuel basis in the state in the early 1980s. Once legalized, the ability to see the athletic stars of the sport became readily available at racetracks across the state. The Oklahoma Horse Racing Hall of Fame at Remington Park recognizes many great horses with ties to the state, from long ago and from a more modern era, who have succeeded at the highest levels, locally and nationally.

Thoroughbred Inductees

Caleb’s Posse
Career: 2010-2012
Year Inducted: 2017
Caleb’s Posse was a Kentucky-bred by Posse from the Slewacide mare Abbey’s Missy.
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Clever Trevor
Career: 1988-1992
Year Inducted: 2011
In Remington Park’s infancy, Clever Trevor made a name for himself and for the state’s racing industry.
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Highland Ice
Career: 1995-2001
Year Inducted: 2012
A true horse for the course, Highland Ice achieved all but one of his career victories at Remington Park
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Kip Deville
Career: 2005-2009
Year Inducted: 2012
The highest earning Oklahoma-bred of all time, Kip Deville started his career at Remington Park.
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Lady’s Secret
Career: 1984-1987
Year Inducted: 2011
Without question, Lady’s Secret was the greatest racehorse born to arguably the greatest racehorse ever.
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Mr Ross
Career: 1998-2003
Year Inducted: 2011
Mr Ross was named after owner Don McNeill’s high school football coach in Thomas, Okla.
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Okie Ride
Career: 2009-2016
Year Inducted: 2017
Okie Ride was a late bloomer who became one of the most dominant and consistent sprinters
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Round Table
Career: 1956-1959
Year Inducted: 2011
Word of a good racehorse can travel fast and far – as faraway as the oil fields of Ada, Oklahoma.
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She’s All In
Career: 2009-2013
Year Inducted: 2017
She’s All In became just the second Oklahoma-bred female to earn more than a million dollars
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Quarter Horse Inductees

First Prize Rose
Career: 1978-1980
Year Inducted: 2012
On the racetrack, the Oklahoma-bred First Prize Rose finished in-the-money more often than not.
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Go Man Go
Career: 1955-1960
Year Inducted: 2010
Go Man Go has often been called the “Man o’War of Quarter Horses” bursting onto the scene in 1955.
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Got Country Grip
Career: 2005-2010
Year Inducted: 2012
‘Super Paint’ Got Country Grip began his career in 2005, starting a run of big jackpot-like win.
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Josies Bar
Career: 1953-1955
Year Inducted: 2012
An Oklahoma-bred owned by Oscar Cox of Lawton, Oklahoma, Josie’s Bar hails from yesteryear.
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SLM Big Daddy
Career: 1994-1999
Year Inducted: 2018
The horse with the great name who turned out to be a fan favorite and a superstar, SLM Big Daddy.
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Spit Curl Diva
Career: 2008-2011
Year Inducted: 2018
Spit Curl Diva was one of the fastest and most-versatile females to ever compete in Oklahoma.
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Stolis Winner
Career: 2008-2011
Year Inducted: 2012
Stolis Winner scored an upset victory in the Grade 1 Heritage Place Futurity under Rodrigo Vallejo
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Tailor Fit
Career: 1997-2003
Year Inducted: 2018
Highly regarded before ever competing in a race, Tailor Fit proved his supporters correct once reached the race track.
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