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May 2011 Hoof Beats
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New Sheriff in Town
Single-minded pacer Won The West is richest currently racing
by Kimberly Rinker
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Rambling with Willie
Author Phil Pikelny reflects on the 30th anniversary of 'The Horse that God Loved'
by Nicole Kraft


Making the Grade
Drug testing varies between jurisdictions, but new initiative could promote uniformity
by Kimberly French

After the Finish Line
Standardbreds go the distance as endurance horses
by Aarene Storms


Director's Chair
Summer Racing 2011
by Ivan Axelrod

In Harness
Gambling Innovator
by Stanley F. Bergstein
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Lapped On Break
Remembering Joe Lynch
by Bennett Liebman

Trot Lines
Perception vs. Reality
by Bob Marks

Dean's List
Personalizing Our Stars
by Dean A. Hoffman

Here They Come 
Kickin' Up Dust

USTA Focus
Moving Forward: USTA board resolves to engage members and racing fans
by John Pawlak

Profile: Broadway Schooner and Raising Rachel
Majestic Mamas: Trotting rivals raise foals side by side
by Denise Steffanus
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Profile: Justin Horowitz
On the Air: Media personality brings exuberance to Tioga, Vernon
by Emily J. Brown

Industry Trends
Comes Around: USTA Full Circle program brings owners, unwanted horses back together
by Adam Hawkins

Breeding Shed
Wide Variety: Some mares diversify to find the most marketable yearling
by Tim Bojarski

Passing Time
Golden Touch: Hoof Beats remembers Saul A. Camp
by Samatha Kelley

The Classics
Strongman: Muscles Yankee--and later his offspring--overwhelmed their foes
by Dean A. Hoffman

Equine Clinic
Eye for Danger: Freak corneal infection hampers pacer's career
by Kimberly French
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Warning: Graphic images


Shoeing News
Touchy Subject: Sole pressure can quickly turn a good horse bad
by Steve Stanley

Winner's Circle
Go, Fez: Australian homebred becomes one of the family
by Paul Humphreys





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By T.J. Burkett 

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