Bob Rosenheim, campaigned Temple Of Doom, dies
June 04, 2015
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Bob Rosenheim, who owned a Standardbred farm near Saratoga Springs, NY, and campaigned the $745,917 winning trotter Temple Of Doom 3, 1:52.4f, died Monday, June 1. He was 78.
At age 2, racing out of the Jonas Czernyson, Temple Of Doom finished second in an elimination for the Peter Haughton Memorial, second in a Breeders Crown elim, and third in the Valley Victory final. At age three he won the Zweig and was second in the $500,000 Colonial Trot and second in an elimination for the Hambletonian, but drew post 9 in the Hambo final. He also owned 1996 Breeders Crown 2-Year-Old Filly Trot champion Armbro Prowess, who was trained by Jimmy Takter, and 2001 Meadowlands Pace third-place finisher Klingon Hanover.
A complete obituary will be posted when available. There were no funeral services, but a celebration of Mr. Rosenheim's life is planned for July 22.