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Meet Casie Coleman

 

Meet Our Stars
Casie Coleman

"It's not too often that you

can make a living working

with animals you love in a

business that you love!"

Birth date: June 13, 1980
Residence: Cambridge, ON
Colours: Royal Blue, Gold & Grey

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In The News

Betting Line Retired, To Stud

Betting Line Wins The Little Brown Jug

Coleman Discusses Betting Line

Coleman, McNair On Ontario Sired Stars

Coleman: Ontario Has the Best Program

Coleman Inducted into Local HOF

Coleman Elected to Little Brown Jug Board

Vegas Vacation Returns

Coleman Surpasses $40 Million

McWicked Surpasses $1 Million

  

Career Accomplishments

 

  • In 2014, Coleman's three-year-old pacer Mcwicked won the Adios and the Breeders Crown.
  • In 2014, Coleman's Mcwicked won the O'Brien Award as three-year-old pacer of the year.
  • In 2013, Coleman's Vegas Vacation captured her a second consecutive Little Brown Jug title.
  • O'Brien Award as Canada’s Trainer of the Year in 2005, 2006, 2009, 2010 & 2012 2013
  • O'Brien Award Winner - 3YO Pacing Colt/Gelding, Vegas Vacation
  • Trained two O'Brien Award winners in 2012 & Horse of the Year Michaels Power
  • On August 3, 2012 Coleman became the youngest Trainer (32) in harness racing history to surpass $40 million
  • Winner of 2012 Little Brown Jug with Michaels Power
  • Winner of 2012 Confed Cup, Upper Canada Cup and Canadian Breeders Championship with Michaels Power

 

The Inside Track

What is your greatest racing accomplishment?

Winning the North America Cup. I picked Sporstwriter out as a colt and put a

lot of work towards training him and building a foundation and it paid off!

What do you like to do in your free time?

I don't have a lot of free time, but when I do, I like to play cards, go to the movies,

and cook! I love having people over and preparing large meals for them!

What is one thing you look for in a yearling?

The most important thing to look for is a sharp eye. The horse has to tell you s

omething through their eyes. Sportswriter and Art Colony sent a chill down my

spine when they looked at me. I couldn't believe it and I just had to have those horses!

What horse is/was your favourite? Why?

This is a tough one! My all time favourite horse is probably Into The Future.

He was a little crazy, difficult to jog, and usually wouldn't let anyone except me

take him out of the barn, but he gave it all he had every single race.

I used to sleep on him in his stall at Flamboro waiting for the races to start.

I loved that horse and probably claimed him back ten times!

 

   

 


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