theodore j. zornow
Theodore Zornow always resided in the town where he was born: Pittsford, New York. He left his mark on harness racing as an owner, breeder and industry executive. Zornow's first prominent horses were the Dean Hanover brother-sister pair, Anthony Hanover and Adeline Hanover. They were followed by Maynard, Munger and Gardner Hanover. An activist working for the betterment of the sport, Zornow served as a director of the USTA before assuming its presidency from 1970 to 1977. Together with George M. Levy and Dr. Harry Zweig, he helped establish the New York Sire Stakes, one of the most successful programs of its type. Ted Zornow was a trustee emeritus of the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame where he was elected to the Living Hall of Fame in 1986. He died on January 19, 2001.
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