Born in 1871, Scott Hudson was one of the top driver-trainers of the early 20th century. His best year was 1902, when he won the M&M Stakes at Detroit with the blind stallion Rhythmic, and then swept the four-race card at Glenville with trotters Alice Russell and Chase and pacers Twinkle and Audubon Boy. Hudson's winnings that day, of about $40,000, were rated the greatest coup in the history of the Grand Circuit at the time. At the height of his career, at about the age of 40, Scott Hudson retired. He died in Atlanta, Georgia on July 9, 1962.
Published in the Harness Racing Museum's 1994 book, The Immortals