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  Bret Hanover - Wikinfo
Driven by Frank Ervin, in his 1964 debut season in racing, two-year-old Bret Hanover was undefeated, winning all 24 races he entered and would continue undeafeated for 35 races.
Bret Hanover was retired to stud at Castleton Farm in Lexington, Kentucky where he immediately became one of the most in-demand breeding stallions in harness racing.
After his death, Bret Hanover was buried at Lexington's Kentucky Horse Park and the statue that had been erected to him at Castleton Farm today stands at his gravesite.
www.wikinfo.org /index.php/Bret_Hanover   (335 words)

  
  Bret Hanover - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bret Hanover (1962-1992) was a Standardbred (pacer) born at Hanover Shoe Farms in Pennsylvania.
Bret Hanover was retired to stud at Castleton Farm in Lexington, Kentucky where he immediately became one of the most in-demand breeding stallions in harness racing.
After his death on November 21, 1992 Bret Hanover was buried at Lexington's Kentucky Horse Park, and the statue that had been erected for him at Castleton Farm today stands at his gravesite.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bret_Hanover   (297 words)

  
 Bret Hanover
The son of the great sire, Adios, by the mare Brenna Hanover[?], Bret Hanover was born in 1962.
Driven by Frank Ervin[?], in his 1964 debut season in racing, two-year-old Bret Hanover was undefeated, winning all 24 races he entered and would continue undeafeated for 35 races.
After his death, Bret Hanover was buried at Lexington's Kentucky Horse Park[?] and the statue that had been erected to him at Castleton Farm today stands at his gravesite.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/br/Bret_Hanover.html   (215 words)

  
 Bret Hanover -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The son of the great sire, (A farewell remark) Adios by the mare Brenna Hanover, Bret Hanover was born on May 15, 1962.
Bret Hanover was retired to stud at Castleton Farm in (Click link for more info and facts about Lexington, Kentucky) Lexington, Kentucky where he immediately became one of the most in-demand breeding stallions in harness racing.
After his death in November 1992, Bret Hanover was buried at Lexington's (Click link for more info and facts about Kentucky Horse Park) Kentucky Horse Park, and the statue that had been erected for him at Castleton Farm today stands at his gravesite.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/B/Br/Bret_Hanover.htm   (335 words)

  
 Bret Hanover biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Bret Hanover (1962-1992) was an American harness racing horse, specidically a pacer.
The son of the great sire, Adios by the mare Brenna Hanover, Bret Hanover was born on Maay 15, 1962.
After his death in November of 1992, Bret Hanover was buried at Lexington's Kentucky Horse Park and the statue that had been erected to him at Castleton Farm today stands at his gravesite.
bret-hanover.biography.ms   (254 words)

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