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October 2012 Hoof Beats
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October 2012 issue



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1 Fighting Mad
Arch Madness has consistently been one of racing's top trotters
by Jay Bergman
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Bringing in Business
Being professional and progressive are the keys to recruiting new owners
by Nicole Kraft
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Behind the Scenes
Trainer Jeff Fout makes a living getting young horses ready to race
by Charlene Sharpe
Race Against Time
Time trials were once an important part of harness history
by Tom White
COLUMNS   DEPARTMENTS

Watching the Wheels
Moment of Truth: USTA employees are dedicated to serving members
by Mike Tanner
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Mutuel Feeling
Sold on Speed: Don't base your handicapping solely on one factor
by Frank Cotolo

Double Gaited
Cutting through the Fog: A dispatch from the Horse Racing Round Table
by Tom LaMarra

Dean's List
Twin Treasures: Celebrating two beautiful Bluegrass racetracks
by Dean A. Hoffman

Here They Come 
Bay vs. Gray

Profile: John Pantalone
World of Difference: Racetrack photographer gives back to the community
by Jane Meggitt

Profile: Riccolo
Bacn in Business: Homebred colt makes good for Illinois legend
by Kimberly A. Rinker
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Ask the Judge
Protect the Horse: All must work together to avoid racing unsound horses
by Michael Hall

Equine Clinic
Show Must Go On: Put On A Show took a year off, then became racing's fastest female
by Kimberly French
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Where Are They Now?
Budilding a Future: Top Michigan driver Jeff James turned to real estate for a new career
by Tom White

The Classics
Racing Royalty: Her Ladyship was racing's fastest female for a quarter-century
by Dean A. Hoffman

Shoeing News
Quick Change: Race day shoeing adjustments could mean the difference between first and last
by Steve Stanley
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USTA Focus
2013 Rule Change Proposals

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First Turn 
By T.J. Burkett 

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Starting Lines

Fast Track

Program Notes

In Memoriam>>

Horsemen's Shop

Advertisers' Index

Photo Finish


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