K’s Broadway


2015 Greyhound Hall of Fame Inductee





K’s Broadway


While competing in major stake races at six different tracks in four different states, K’s Broadway posted a 65-10-6-7 record in 94 starts and earned nearly $163,000.  Along the way he won the Rural Rube Award as the best sprinter, was named to two All-America Teams and garnered the 1987 National Win Championship.

The Brindle son of Nicky Finn and K’s Majorette, K’s Broadway was whelped in June of 1985 and owned by Jack Kahn.  The 75-pound star captured the Gold Trophy Puppy Stake and the Festival Stake races at Derby Lane in 1987 on his way to earning the track win title with 20 wins in 31 outings.

He placed second in the Grady Memorial and later broke the 5/16-mile track record with a time of 30.34 at Wonderland.  He won the Wheeling Downs Challenge, placed fourth in the Great Greyhound Race at Seabrook, finished third in the Flagler International, and was a finalist in the Raynham National Juvenile.

His accolades that year included the Rural Rube Award, the National Win Championship with 42 victories, and being named Captain of the All-America Team.

In 1988, K’s Broadway won the Derby Lane Inaugural, captured the All-Star Kennel Preview, and won the Festival of Stakes Stake for the second time.  He was Derby Lane’s track win champion with a record of 20 wins in 31 starts.  He broke the derby Lane Sprint track record with a 30.31, and also held the record at Wonderland Park.  For his efforts he again was named to the All-America Team for the second year.