Pine Chip has passed away. Pine Chip passed away December, 2019 at the age of 29. Chip was a world champion and successful stallion on both sides of the Atlantic, died at Broline Stud in Sweden.
In his racing career, Pine Chip took a mark of 4,T1:51 and earned $1,710,858. He was voted Dan Patch Trotter of the Year and 3-year-old Trotting Colt of the Year in 1993 and Dan Patch Trotter of the Year and Older Trotting Horse of the Year in 1994. He was a world champion and entered the Hall of Fame in 2004.
BREAKING: 1993 & 94 Dan Patch Trotter of the Year, and sire of Hambletonian champions Chip Chip Hooray and Scarlet Night, Pine Chip has passed away at age 29.https://t.co/Fg2WBsGeCK
USTA Photo pic.twitter.com/JfEKjAU48U
— U.S. Trotting Assn. (@USTrotting) December 4, 2019
Pine Chip dead at age 29. John Campbell said, “Pine Chip is in a class with Mack Lobell. They are the two greatest trotters I have been associated with. On any given day, when Pine Chip was at his best, I am convinced he could have beaten any trotter in the world-including Mack.” pic.twitter.com/EPIdXijeji
— Joe FitzGerald (@Jaf3Joe) December 4, 2019
Pine Chip was today put to rest at the age of 29 at Stuteri Broline – his home for the past 20 years. He will be buried on the farm says Tommy Norén of Stuteri Broline. Rest In Peace champ. pic.twitter.com/fCDzNguWzn
— Henrik Lundell (@henriklundell) December 4, 2019