Kristin Boice and Marylou Holden's Bodenheimer (Atta Boy Roy), winner of the Indian Summer S. as a 2-year-old last season at Keeneland, was named Washington's Horse of the Year during the state's annual awards celebration held via Zoom Saturday evening. The dark bay colt was also named champion turf horse and shared co-champion 2-year-old honors with undefeated Dutton (Noosito).
Also during Saturday's ceremony, Time For Gold (Harbor the Gold) was named champion 2-year-old filly and her owners, Chad Christensen and Josh McKee, were the state's leading owners of Washington-breds. Baja Sur (Smiling Tiger) was named champion older horse or gelding and champion sprinter and Alittlelesstalk (Demon Warlock) was named champion older female. Unmachable (Macho Uno) was the state's champion 3-year-old. His trainer, Jack McCartney, was also honored with a special training achievement award.
Glen Todd-owned and -trained Miss Prospector gave her sire Harbor the Gold his 24th state champion runner when she took champion sophomore filly honors.