10/24/2014 2:21PM

Spaghetti Mouse, Wolski voted into British Columbia Horse Racing Hall of Fame

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Spaghetti Mouse, shown winning the 2008 S.W. Randall Plate at Hastings, will be inducted into the British Columbia Horse Racing Hall of Fame in December.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Spaghetti Mouse and Tommy Wolski recently were voted into the British Columbia Horse Racing Hall of Fame and will be inducted at the annual awards dinner at Newlands Golf and Country Club on Dec. 4.

Spaghetti Mouse, owned by Nick and Pauline Felicella, retired in 2012 with earnings of $929,850, a record for a British Columbia-bred. He raced exclusively at Hastings, where he won 12 races, including the Grade 3 British Columbia Derby in 2005 for late trainer Gary Demorest. Spaghetti Mouse also was trained by Ned Sams and Lenore Dubois.

Wolski, a former jockey, won two Sovereign Awards for his long-running television show “The Sport of Kings.” He has been the face of racing at Hastings since he retired from riding in 1994.

Bob Rose More than 1 year ago
Congrats Tommy! Good to see that nice guys don't always finish last
Sidd Finch More than 1 year ago
We thought yours was "the face of racing at Hastings" ??