VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Teide was named the Horse of the Year in British Columbia at the annual industry awards dinner Saturday evening.\nTrained by Dino Condilenios, Teide also took top honors as the top older horse in the province. A 5-year-old Kentucky-bred gelding by Mt. Livermore, Teide won three stakes at Hastings, including the $101,000 Lieutenant Governors. He is owned by Swift Thoroughbreds Inc. Teide was part of a package of horses Swift bought from Darley Stable last year.\nHuitzilopochtli was named the B.C.-bred Horse of the Year. Owned and trained by Juan Olmos, Huitzilopochtli dominated the local 2-year-olds at Hastings, winning 4 of 5 stakes races.\nHoly Nova took home the trophy in the older filly and mare division. Trained by Troy Taylor, Holy Nova won three stakes races at Hastings, including the Grade 3 Ballerina. Holy Nova is owned by Glen Todd and Patrick Kinsella. \nWind Storm was named the top B.C.-bred in the older filly and mare division. She is trained by Dave Forster and owned by her breeder, George Gilbert.\nTommy Danzigger, winner of the Grade 3 Canadian Derby, was named the top 3-year-old in both the open and B.C-bred categories. He is trained by Rob Gilker and owned by Ted Smith.\nOther winners were: Trick of the North, older B.C.-bred; La Rocca, 3-year-old filly; Tierra Del Feugo, B.C.-bred 3-year-old filly; Vying Ty Grr, 2-year-old filly, both division; Sprinter - Bank Emblem. \nFrank Barroby was inducted into the B.C. Horse Racing Hall of Fame. Barroby is the only person to be both a leading jockey and trainer at Hastings.\nTrainer Barbara Heads won the Diamond Award of Excellence. Trainer Mel Snow was given a special award for years of service and dedication to the industry.