Chris Lincoln Inducted into Oklahoma Horse Racing Hall
OF PRESENTATION: Broadcaster Chris Lincoln was honored with inclusion to the Oklahoma Horse Racing Hall of Fame in December at Remington Park. In the photo are, from left, Becky Lincoln, Chris Lincoln, Remington Park president and general manager Scott Wells and Remington Park racing analyst Chris Kotulak.
A longtime resident of Tulsa, Chris Lincoln helped found the sports production company Winnercomm and originated horse racing programming for and other networks for over 20 years. Lincoln still works in the Tulsa market with Sportscene and other projects after retiring as executive sports director at -TV in Tulsa in 2011.
Also honored were Jockey Luis Quinonez, Trainer Joe Offolter; Breeder-Owner-Trainer C.R. Trout of Edmond; Caleb’s Posse, winner of the Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile at Churchill Downs in 2011; She’s All In, only the second female Oklahoma-bred to become a millionaire and owned by Robert Zoellner of Tulsa; Okie Ride, a four-time winner of the Oklahoma Classics Sprint, also went into the hall of fame for owners Kris and John Richter of Perkins, Oklahoma.