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     The United States Postal Service has opened a temporary Preakness station this week at Pimlico Race Course. Scott Wykoff has one of the most enthusiastic and recognizable voices in Baltimore radio. His signature natural sound-rich stories have been honored with some of the most coveted awards in the news broadcasting industry including four National Edward R. Murrow awards from the RTDNA. He recently earned Best-In-Show honors from the prestigious National Headliner Awards. Scott was selected as "Baltimore's Best Radio News Reporter" by Baltimore Magazine In 2011. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Scott covers Thoroughbred racing throughout the year with energy and passion.

1996 Cigar, 1995 Horse of the Year
1997 Nick Zito, Trainer
1998 Bob Baffert, Trainer
1999 Marty Bass, WJZ-TV
2000 D. Wayne Lukas, Trainer
2001 J. William Boniface, Trainer
2002 John Buren, Broadcast Journalist
2003 Nancy Alberts, Trainer
2004 Bud Delp, Trainer
2005 Rick Wilson, Jockey
2006 Brenda Handleman, Maryland Turf Caterers
2007 Charlsie Cantey, Broadcast journalist
2008 Mario Pino, Jockey
2009 Harold Snyder, International Sound Corp.
2010 Bobby Lillis, Maryland Horsemen's Assistance Fund
2011 Lady Legends, Jockeys
2012 award not presented
2013 award not presented
2014 Tim Keefe, Trainer
2015 Ben's Cat
2016 Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance
2017 Scott Wykoff, WBAL Radio