|Plate Trial Stakes (1955)
Queen's Plate (1955)
Prince of Wales Stakes (1955)
Breeders' Stakes (1955)
Seagram Cup Stakes (1955)
Durham Cup Handicap (1955)
Dominion Day Handicap (1956)
Canadian Maturity Handicap (1956)
|4th Canadian Triple Crown Champion (1955)
Canadian Horse of the Year (1955)
|Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame (2003)|
|Last updated on December 17, 2006|
In 1955, the three-year-old Ace Marine dominated his class in Canadian racing. He won two divisions of the Plate Trial Stakes, then the Queen's Plate, Canada's most prestigious race that for the first time was broadcast on television by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He followed up with wins in other major Canadian races, notably the Prince of Wales Stakes and the Breeders' Stakes. His season saw him set a new Woodbine track record for 1⅛ miles. Ace Marine's performances earned him Canadian Horse of the Year honors.
Ace Marine was retired to stud having won fourteen races, but as a sire met with only modest success.
In 2003, Ace Marine was inducted in the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame.