Top Performers Feted At Prince County Banquet

Fred Paynter receives the Owner of the Year award from Lee Drake
Published: April 10, 2022 11:09 am EDT

The Prince County Horsemen's Club hosted its annual awards banquet on Saturday evening (April 9) in Summerside, P.E.I.

Among the awards presented for the 2021 harness racing season, Marc Campbell was honoured as top driver and trainer while Woodmere Ideal Art was named Horse of the Year. 

The full list awards winners appears below.

Top Driver - Marc Campbell
Top Trainer - Marc Campbell
Top Driver Under 50 starts - Mark Bradley
Top Trainer Under 50 starts - Jennifer Doyle
Rookie Driver - Jaycob Sweet
Groom Filly - Nakia Barlow
Groom Colt - Brett Clow
Two-Year-Old Trotting Filly - Majian Salsa
Two-Year-Old Trotting Colt - Up Helly AA
Two-Year-Old Pacing Filly - Onehotpenelope
Two-Year-Old Pacing Colt - Middleton Terror 
Three-Year-Old Trotting Filly - N/A (none within membership)
Three-Year-Old Trotting Colt - Dusty Lane Milo
Three-Year-Old Pacing Filly - Scarlet Dragon
Three-Year-Old Pacing Colt - Rotten Ronnie
Claiming Mare - Khitman Image
Claiming Horse - Adventure Luck
Aged Pacing Mare - Lyons Jennielee
Aged Pacing Horse  - Bugsy Maguire
Ager Trotter - Gliderman
Horse Of the Year - Woodmere Ideal Art
Sponsor Appreciation Award - Marie Cameron
Breeder Of The Year - Dusty Lane Farms
Standardbred Canada Owner of the Year - Fred Paynter
Joe O'Brien Memorial Award - Inarush Stable
Earl Canon Memorial - Lynn Whitlock
Garth Schurman Memorial - George Riley
Horsewoman of the Year - Reese Williams
Horseman of the Year - Kenny Murphy
Phillip & Henry Doucette Lifetime Achievement Award - Vance Cameron

Fred Paynter receives the Owner of the Year award, sponsored by Standardbred Canada, from Lee Drake

Fred Paynter receives the Owner of the Year award, sponsored by Standardbred Canada, from Lee Drake

Reese Williams, Horsewoman of the Year, and Kenny Murphy, Horseman of the Year

Reese Williams and Kenny Murphy were named Horsepersons of the Year

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