Chum Salmon, the winner of the 1985 Longacres Mile, jockey Ricky Frazier and trainer Ben Harris headline a group that will be inducted into the Washington Racing Hall of Fame on Aug. 16, Emerald Downs announced Tuesday.
Chum Salmon, winner of seven stakes including a last-to-first victory in that 1985 Longacres Mile, was elected in the Male Horse category, and Delicate Vine, the 1986 Washington Horse of the Year and a three-time graded stakes winner, won the filly and mare division.
William and Barbara Nelson Jr. will be inducted in the breeding division.
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From sports-information reports.