VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Krazy Koffee was named British Columbia horse of the year at the annual industry awards dinner held Saturday evening.\nKrazy Koffee dominated the 3-year-old division at Hastings in 2008. Trained by Cindy Krasner, Krazy Koffee won four straight stakes, including the Grade 3 B.C. Derby.\nKrazy Koffee, who was bred by his owner, Butch Goertzen, also earned awards as the B.C.-bred horse of the year, B.C.-bred 3-year-old and open division.\nSpaghetti Mouse, who is trained by Lenore Daponte, was named the top older horse in the province in both the B.C.-bred and open divisions. His owners, Nick and Pauline Felicella, also were inducted into the B.C. Horse Racing Hall of Fame.\nBryant McAfee was inducted into the hall of fame as a builder.\nOther award winners were Against the Sky, older filly or mare, both divisions; Blue Sky Holiday, 3-year-old filly; Remarkable Miss, B.C.-bred 3-year-old filly; El Sinaloense, 2-year-old, open and B.C.-bred; What R the Odds, 2-year-old filly; P S Good N Ready, B.C.-bred 2-year-old filly; and B R Remark, champion sprinter.\nCindy Krasner received the Diamond Award of Excellence. Trainer Dave Milburn received the Backstretch Award.