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September 2012 Hoof Beats
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September 2012 issue



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  FEATURES
1 Second Chance
"Do-over" leads to Hambletonian victory for owner, breeder of Market Share
by T.J. Burkett

The Gavel Falls
Historic Tattersalls sales arena was a Lexington landmark
by Dean Hoffman

The Gentleman of Hanover
Russell Williams may be the most interesting man in harness racing
by Bill Eichenberger
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Fresh Batch
Top racehorses send first crops to fall sales
by Lindsey Poole and T.J. Burkett
COLUMNS   DEPARTMENTS

As I See It
Summer Projects: A look at medication, marketing, fan education and alternative gaming
by F. Phillip Langley
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Starting Over
Start Now: Embracing technology is the key to racing's future
by Eric Cherry

Dean's List
Nothing Like the Jug: Retired sportswriter reminisces on his travels to Delaware
by Dean A. Hoffman

Mutuel Feeling
Money Questions: Part three of Frank Cotolo's money management series
by Frank Cotolo

Here They Come 
First Crown

Profile: Stephen Thompson
Preserving the Past: Retired teacher now curating racing's vibrant history
by Tim Bojarski
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Profile: Carlspur
Big Fish: Warhorse finds success on smaller stage
by Melissa Keith
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Ask the Judge
Mutiny!: The judges' stand is a three-person democracy
by Scott Egger

Horse Care
Attitude Adjustment: Spaying is the last resort for a problem mare
by Hope Holland

Passing Time
Mr. Trotting: William H. Cane's contributions to harness racing are still felt today
by Lindsey Poole

The Classics
Freshman Phenom: Broadway Hall passed his tough trotting to his offspring
by Dean A. Hoffman

Equine Clinic
Gritty Gelding: Dial Or Nodial has battled a foot injury, colitis and allergies
by Kimberly French
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Shoeing News
Beat by the Heat: Dry conditions make feet rock hard
by Steve Stanley
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  IN EVERY ISSUE

First Turn 
By T.J. Burkett 

Reader Forum>>

Starting Lines

Fast Track

Program Notes

In Memoriam>>

Horsemen's Shop

Advertisers' Index

Photo Finish



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