Freehold, NJ --- Andy Miller on Monday afternoon became the 16th driver in North American harness racing history to surpass $100 million in career purses when New York Kitty finished second in the fourth race at Harrah’s Philadelphia.
|Andy Miller became the 16th driver in North American harness racing history to surpass $100 million in career purses.|
Miller, 45, entered the day needing $7,056 to reach $100 million. He finished fourth in the second race with Muscolo and second in the third race with Brdways Perfection before hitting the milestone one race later.
A native of Illinois now living in New Jersey, Miller has won 7,975 races in his career.
This season, Miller ranks ninth among all North American drivers in purses with $7.04 million and 25th in wins with 348.
Last Monday, driver Yannick Gingras topped the $100 million mark, also at Harrah’s Philadelphia.