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September 2015 issue



  FEATURES
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Understated Champion
Pinkman wins the 90th Hambletonian
by T.J. Burkett


New Chapters
Sires send first crops to yearling sales
by T.J. Burkett and Noah Toumert
Cosmopolitan Affair
International Trot has a rich history and a promising future
by Jason Turner
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COLUMNS   DEPARTMENTS

As I See It
Addressing the Economics: Reports from the USTA Summit and the Elitlopp
by F. Phillip Langley
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Under Wraps
The Pacing Kings: Four horses brought pacing to the fore in the 19th century
by Tim Bojarski

Trot Lines
Then and Now: Comparing the economics of harness racing over the years
by Bob Marks

Mutuel Feeling
Super Duper: The superfecta wager stacks the odds steeply against the bettor
by Frank Cotolo

Betting With Bill
Making Mountains out of Molehills: When handicapping, speed isn't everything
by Bill McBride

Here They Come
Home Again in Indiana

Profile: Call To Post
Good Call: $8,000 claim turns into stable breadwinner
by Nicholas Oakes
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Profile: Anders Strom
High Roller: Swedish owner and breeder wants a global, elite racing product
by Rich Fisher

Grandstand View
A Woman's View: Horsewoman, author wants to share Standardbreds with the world
by Victoria M. Howard

Life After Racing
Not Home Yet: Part One of a Standardbred's journey to a forever home
by Pamela Rhodes

Passing Time
Hometown Hero: Hoof Beats remembers Hank Thomson, co-founder of the Little Brown Jug
by Noah Toumert

 

 

 

Ask the Judge
Flashing Lights: Explaining the difference between an objection and an inquiry
by Scott Egger

Equine Clinic
Miracle Boy: Pacing gelding Phoos Boy survives shooting
by Kimberly French

Horse Care
Health Aids: Equine supplements designed to treat myriad ills
by Kimberly French

Shoeing News
The Big Break-Up: Turned out horses need hoof care, too
by Steve Stanley
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First Turn 
by T.J. Burkett 

Starting Lines

Fast Track

Program Notes

In Memoriam>>

Horsemen's Shop

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