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Meet Scott Zeron

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Scott Zeron

"I appreciate every fan I have. I love everyone at the fence, screaming, slapping your hand after a big race. It's quite a thrill!"

Birth date: May 23, 1989
Residence: Oakville, ON
Colours: Blue, Red & White

In The News

Zeron Featured On In the Sulky

Zeron Makes Timely Return

Half Dozen for Zeron at Mohawk

Summertime Sweep for Lucan Hanover

Zeron on Vegas Vacation

Zeron High On 'Cheddar'                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Career Accomplishments

  • ·        Youngest driver to reach 2000 wins at 23 years of age
  •      Nominated for Driver of the Year O’Brien Award for the third time in 2012.
  • ·         Recipient of the United States Harness Writers Association’s Rising Star Award for drivers in 2012.
  • ·         Banked $8.7 Million in purse earnings in 2012
  • ·         Regular driver of Canada’s Horse of the Year Michaels Power
  • ·         Won the 2012 Little Brown Jug with Michaels Power, becoming the youngest to ever do so
  • ·         Also won the Upper Canada Cup, Confederation Cup, Canadian Breeders Championship, Somebeachsomewhere and  many Ontario Sire Stakes events including the OSS Super final all with Michaels Power.
  • ·         Was the winner of the 2012 prestigious Battle of Waterloo with Machapelo


The Inside Track

Where would you like to see yourself in ten years?

Ten years from now I’d like to see myself as one of the top drivers on the WEG circuit. Known as a stakes driver, who’s good under pressure and in certain circumstances. I’d also like to see myself as the most money earning driver in North America. 

Where did you get your love of harness racing? How did you get hooked on it?

I got my love of harness racing by growing up watching my dad, watching him come to the races. Just the fact that every time I saw him win I got pretty excited, that’s how I fell in love with it.

How many times have you beat your dad?

You know, I wish I could keep track. But seriously I would say it’s 50/50. Half the time I beat him, the other half he beats me. Though the best is when we’re coming down the lane and it’s just us, and we’re nose and nose, that’s probably the most exciting thing about driving against my dad.

Tell us about your fans.

I get to see them mostly on facebook, and hanging over the fences, I appreciate every one of them. When you get 20,000 people like at the Gold Cup and Saucer, and people are shaking your hand, it’s a thrill. I appreciate every fan I have.




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