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James Campbell

Full name: James A. Campbell
Born: 03/09/1962
Birthplace: London, Ontario
Residence: Jackson, NJ
Height: 5-foot-11
Colors: White-Maroon-Blue
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Career

Campbell’s stable surpassed $2 million for the third consecutive year in 2010 and topped the mark for the seventh time overall…His .355 trainer’s rating was the second highest of his career…Fashion Delight won the Woodrow Wilson and Fashion Feline won the Kentucky Filly Futurity…Other stakes winners included Dial Or Nodial, Neal, and Spring Goal…In 2009, Broadway Schooner won the Hambletonian Oaks and Breeders Crown on her way to the Dan Patch Award as best 3-year-old filly trotter, and Western Moonlight won the Sweetheart…Was the leading trainer at the Meadowlands in 1989, when he sent out 79 winners for earnings of $1.3 million…A few years later Campbell joined forces with Arlene and Jules Siegel’s Fashion Farm and enjoyed much success…Among their best horses were the trotting colt Tagliabue, who won the 1995 Hambletonian, female pacer Galleria and colt trotter Broadway Hall…Campbell stepped away from the sport in 2006 to operate his own pizza café, but decided to get back into harness racing in the fall of that year…Campbell was named Trainer of the Year by the Grand Circuit for the 2001 season…He is the younger brother of Hall of Fame driver John Campbell.


Personal favorite food is wife’s bowtie pasta…first car was a Cutlass Supreme… first job was working with horses when he was 16…during free time enjoys going on vacations with wife and 11 year old son…favorite show of all time is 24…looks up to his father…motivated by his will to win…hard to choose one greatest racing experience but would choose winning the Hambletonian in 1995 with Tagliabue
 
Career Training Statistics & Dan Patch Award Winners
Year Starts 1sts Rank 2nds 3rds UTR Money Won Rank
2019 52 14 11 3 .406 314,395
2018 278 67 36 44 .366 2,808,187 (17)
2017 324 65 48 40 .324 1,707,547
2016 263 42 46 34 .300 1,573,750
2015 246 53 37 28 .337 1,591,223
2014 215 31 33 34 .282 1,160,573
2013 235 48 41 28 .341 1,817,851
2012 232 44 44 27 .334 2,144,239
2011 247 63 31 32 .368 2,421,545 (23)
2010 300 61 55 45 .355 2,256,205 (23)
2009 370 71 63 48 .330 3,449,227 (12)
2008 240 54 24 42 .339 2,107,762 (23)
2007 148 29 27 19 .340 684,003
2006 55 8 4 7 .228 81,211
2005 143 25 24 11 .294 593,901
2004 160 29 27 25 .327 695,181
2003 310 63 48 39 .331 2,477,609 (11)
2002 266 53 43 31 .328 2,679,970 (9)
2001 265 51 38 35 .316 2,408,365 (14)
2000 195 43 43 25 .386 2,515,637 (13)
1999 101 21 11 19 .331 1,033,646
1998 168 27 21 19 .268 1,424,103 (16)
1997 273 46 44 36 .302 1,496,131 (13)
1996 342 53 59 43 .293 723,388
1995 353 49 53 39 .259 1,440,477 (13)
1994 177 22 33 22 .269 535,975
1993 105 12 12 15 .225 166,222
1992 161 18 26 26 .255 437,011
1991 311 53 58 45 .322 679,306 (25)
6535 1215 1040 861 .000 43,424,640 (17)
 

DAN PATCH AWARD WINNERS

2-YEAR-OLD COLT TROT
(02) Broadway Hall

3-YEAR-OLD COLT TROT
(95) Tagliabue

3-YEAR-OLD FILLY PACE
(98) Galleria

PACING MARE
(99) Galleria