California-Bred Divisional Champions Announced; Horse Of The Year Revealed On March 15

The California-bred Horse of the Year for 2020 will be announced at the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association’s Annual Meeting and Awards, which will be held via teleconference on Monday, March 15, 2021.

The time of the event, and call-in details, are still to be determined. The annual business meeting will be part of the conference call.

The three finalists for Horse of the Year, in alphabetical order, are: Bulletproof One, Mucho Unusual and Warren’s Showtime.

Winners of the stallion divisions will be announced soon. Other Cal-bred champions that will be recognized during the teleconference:

Champion California-bred 2-Year-Old Male – Tie between Big Fish and Good With People. Big Fish, bred by George Krikorian, owned by Legacy Ranch, trained by David Hofmans; Good With People, bred and owned by J. Kirk and Judy Robison, trained by Peter Miller.

Champion California-bred 2-Year-Old Female – Governor Goteven, bred and owned by Templeton Horses LLC, trained by Walther Solis.

Champion California-bred 3-Year-Old Male – El Tigre Terrible, bred by Martin Bach, owned by Slam Dunk Racing and Michael Nentwig, trained by Peter Miller.

Champion California-bred 3-Year-Old Female – Warren’s Showtime, bred by Benjamin Warren, owned by Benjamin and Sally Warren, trained by Craig Lewis.

Champion California-bred Older Male – Galilean, bred by Bar C Racing Stables, owned by West Point Thoroughbreds, Denise Barker, Williams Sandbrook, John Magnier, Michael B. Tabor and Derrick Smith, training by John Sadler.

Champion California-bred Older Female – Mucho Unusual, bred and owned by George Krikorian, trained by Tim Yakteen.

Champion California-bred Sprinter – Tie between Fashionably Fast and Sneaking Out. Fashionably Fast, bred by Harris Farms, owned by Harris Farms, Per Antonsen and John Nicoletti, trained by Dean Pederson. Sneaking Out, bred and owned by KMN Racing, trained by Jerry Hollendorfer.

Champion California-bred Turf Horse – Mucho Unusual, bred and owned by George Krikorian, trained by Tim Yakteen.

Trainer of the Year – Steve Miyadi.

Broodmare of the Year – Warren’s Veneda, property of Benjamin Warren.

Champion Breeder of California Foaled Thoroughbreds by Earnings – Reddam Racing LLC.

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