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Tetrick Notches 5,000th Career Win

Published: April 14, 2019 6:00 pm ET

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Trace Tetrick recorded the 5,000th win of his career in the fourth race at Miami Valley Raceway on Sunday afternoon (April 14).


Trace Tetrick, pictured recording 5,000th win on Sunday, April 14, 2019 at Miami Valley Raceway.

The 32-year-old green and gold clad reinsman, the younger brother of renowned driver Tim Tetrick, worked out a pocket ride for favoured Harry Carry for three quarters of a mile, then vacated the two-hole the final quarter to triumph in 1:57.1 during a brief but heavy downpour. The clocking represented a new lifetime mark for the winner in the non-winners of two races trotting event. Tami Hartman trains Harry Carry, a six-year-old son of Hard Rock N Roll, for owner Kenneth Appleman.


Trace Tetrick, pictured after recording 5,000th win on Sunday, April 14, 2019 at Miami Valley Raceway.

Tetrick began his career in 2003 by winning eight races and $12,418 in purses during his initial campaign. Tetrick has won a minimum of 250 races and over $1.5 million in purses in each of the last 12 seasons. In addition to his 5,000 wins, Tetrick has also earned over 4,000 place finishes and 3,500 show finishes. His best year to date came in 2017 when he triumphed 569 times and his mounts earned over $6.8 million. A seven-time dash title winner at Harrah’s Hoosier Park in Indiana, Tetrick also captured the driving title at Miami Valley in 2017. Total purse earnings for his career recently surpassed $52 million.

(Miami Valley Raceway)


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