Cot Campbell was a pioneer in the world of horse racing as the visionary behind partnership ownership in racehorses.
Campbell passed away at his home in Aiken, South Carolina on Saturday at the age of 91.
There will be a celebration of Campbell’s life at First Baptist Church in Aiken on Thursday at 2 p.m., followed by a reception at the Aiken Training Track.
Campbell and his wife Anne, founded Dogwood Stable in Aiken in 1987. Dogwood Stable produced 80 stakes winners, including 1990 Preakness winner Summer Squall and 2013 Belmont Stakes winner Palace Malice.
In August of 2018, Campbell was inducted into the National Racing Hall of Fame.
His full obituary can be found here.