Harness Racing's Best of the Decade (2010 - 2019) - Driver

Harness Racing's Driver of the Decade (2010-2019)

At just 37 years of age, Tim Tetrick has already become one of only four drivers to have driven the winners of over $200 million in his career. Few doubt he will contend for the top spot, John Campbell’s $300 million career total, before all is done.

The top money-winning driver in harness racing for 2019, Tetrick topped the earnings column in six seasons this past decade (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2018, 2019) while never missing the top three.

Tetrick also produces quantity with quality, driving his 11,000th winner earlier this year, putting him ninth all-time -- fifth among active drivers -- and second in the 2019 dash-winning standings.

The list of top horses associated with Tetrick is too long to mention here, but his resume boasts the likes of 2012 Hambletonian winner Market Share ($3,792,877), 2012 U.S. Horse of the Year Chapter Seven ($1,952,853), four-time O'Brien Award winner Anndrovette ($3,580,512), two-time U.S. Pacer of the Year Captaintreacherous ($3,153,541) and favourite for 2019 U.S. Horse of the Year, Shhartin N ($2,223,464)

What They Said About Tim Tetrick:

"He just seems to get everything out of every horse he drives. I would love to meet this gentleman and see him in the Gold Cup & Saucer." - Vance Cameron, announcer, Red Shores

"Wins at all levels." - Mike Keeling, trotting Triple Crown-winning trainer

"Can drive any kind of horse (hot, lazy, steppy, trotter or pacer) and is tactically brilliant. " - Trevor Ritchie, Hall of Fame driver

Top Three In Voting

1. Tim Tetrick
2. Yannick Gingras
3. Brian Sears

Best of the Decade Selections

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