Cambest Prince and Crisp Sahbra edged out Shutupandkissme for equine enshrinement on Northfield Park's Wall of Fame.
Cambest Prince, a two-time Northfield Horse of the Year (2003-04) was retired in 2006 after posting a remarkable 55-39-12-2 summary at Northfield, earning nearly $350,000 locally. Prince raced in the Battle of Lake Erie four times, finishing second twice, fourth once, and fifth once–the latter two his only off-the-board local results. He also set a world record of 1:51 at Northfield on June 14, 2003. Trained by Jeff Cox and driven by Greg Grismore, he is owned by Sam Jacobs and Charles Burris Jr.
Crisp Sahbra retired as one of the richest Ohio-bred pacers ever, with $879,937 in earnings. He was a three-time Ohio Sire Stakes champ (1995, 96, 97). In 29 local starts he posted 14 wins, four places and two show finishes, banking $237,164, with a second-place finish in the 1996 Miller Lite Cleveland Classic. Snack food impresario Jack Shearer and Ron Postiy campaigned the star and Shearer repurchased him in April of 2007 and raced him once, retiring him on Battle of Lake Erie Night. (Northfield Park)