04/23/2006 11:00PM

'Kaylee' gets top horse honors

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CALGARY, Alberta - Kaylee's Magic captured two trophies at the Night of Champions last Saturday evening and narrowly missed a third for Donver Stable and trainer Greg Tracy. Kaylee's Magic was a unanimous selection in the juvenile fillies division after winning three stakes. She was also voted horse of the year and finished second to Beau Brass in a close vote for Alberta-bred horse of the year.

Bell n' Gone survived a three-way fight with Teague's Flight and Bear Character to capture honors in the juvenile colts and geldings voting. Bell n' Gone came on strongly late in the season to win the Birdcatcher and Canadian Juvenile.

Wild Bender, winner of the $100,000 Alberta Centennial, just missed being a unanimous winner of the 3-year-old fillies crown.

In the voting for champion 3-year-old colt, Alberta Derby winner Knight's Covenant just edged Beaufort winner Ding Dong Dandy.

Deputy Country picked up his second straight champion older horse trophy after capturing three straight stakes at Northlands Park.

Gold Accent won in the older fillies and mares category after shipping from her home base at Hastings to capture two stakes and finish second to Raylene in another.

Chief Mtn edged Sixthirtyjoe and Golden Hunt to win champion sprinter of the year.

After going winless in 2004, Eternal Secrecy won seven races in 2005 and earned the champion claimer title.