Harness Heroes Cards Are Ready To Go!
This year’s 35-card set features many of the stars racing, including Hannelore Hanover ( Dan Patch and Somebeachsomewhere awards Horse of the Year), the undefeated Manchego, Marion Marauder and many others. Human honorees include trainer Brian Brown, drivers Yannick Gingras and Doug McNair, as well as the newly elected Hall of Famers Margareta Wallenius-Kleberg and Jules Siegel, just to name a few.
As customary, all equine divisional champions in the United States and Canada are showcased on these collectible cards. The front of each card features a photograph, while the back includes statistics and biographical information, similar to trading cards seen in other sports today.
To order your complete set of Harness Heroes cards, send a (suggested) donation of $20 ($30 Canadian) per set along with your name and address to: Harness Horse Youth Foundation, 2711 Friar Tuck Road Anderson, IN 46013. HHYF also offers packs of 10 random cards as handouts for youth groups, farm tours, and other promotional events. A limited number of previous years’ card sets are also available for a similar donation. For more details, please e-mail Ellen Taylor at [email protected].
General Ordering Information
The suggested donation remains the same at $20 per set. (The suggested donation for Canadian orders is $30, due to increased postage). Now you can use PayPal or a credit card to pay for your cards! E-mail your order (use this order form) and let us know you will be using PayPal to pay. Don’t miss your opportunity to collect these popular cards which feature annual award winners, human and equine, as well as historical stars of our sport!
Card sets have been produced annually since 1991. When ordering, make sure to let us know what year you want!
HHYF is always interested in suggestions for honorees to be included in the trading card sets. If you have a HARNESS HERO (horse or human), please feel free to submit him/her as a possible subject. Our only request is that you show through your comments legitimate reasons and statistical information including honors and awards about why this person/horse should be considered.