David Aiken now a Caduceus Club Living Legend

23 June 2024
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David Aiken has joined an honour roll featuring the who’s who of harness racing as a Caduceus Club Living Legend.

The champion trainer-driver was named as the club’s latest inductee during Saturday night’s Victorian Harness Racing Awards function at Melton Entertainment Park.

The Caduceus Club inaugurated the Living Legend award in 1995 to honour those who've gone above and beyond – from anywhere in Australasia - and made significant contributions to the industry.

“I can't believe it,” Aiken said.

“It's a great honour and I don't know if I deserve it, but to join that honour roll is just amazing.”

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