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January 2015 Hoof Beats
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January 2015 issue


Busy B
A day in the life of trainer Ron Burke
Photos by Mark Hall | Captions by Allison Conte
View Day In the Life Video Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

Year in Review
A look back at the 2014 racing season

Sparkling Performances
Two days of crowning moments at the Meadowlands
by T.J. Burkett | Photos by Mark Hall
Finding Strength
Creatine's connections needed time to believe
by Kimberly French | Photos by Mark Hall

Watching the Wheels
First Draft: There's potential for racing in the burgeoning fantasy sports industry
by Mike Tanner
Read Column>>

Under Wraps
Warm Up This Winter: Horses like drinking hot water in cold weather
by Tim Bojarski

Trot Lines
Terrific Trios: Three-year-old trotting wars harken back to three-colt contests of yore
by Bob Marks

Mutuel Feeling
Play it Straight: Exacta wheels mean more losers, not winners
by Frank Cotolo

Here They Come
Hands On

Profile: Lil Mister Louie
Louie Louie: Retired horseman makes cross-country trip to drive his namesake
by Ashley Mayotte
Read Article>>

Profile: Lee Alphen
Serving Racing: CHHA director uses technology to reach out
by Jessica Paquette

Horse Care
Gender Reveal: A foal's sex can be determined long before birth
by Kimberly French

Life After Racing
Sulkies to Saddles: How to acclimate a Standardbred to riding
by Charlotte Gelston

Grandstand View
A Giving Community: Many thanks for a night at the races
by Shelley Falitico

Shoeing News
Nailing It: The right nail is just as important as the right shoe
by Steve Stanley
Read Article>>

2014 Editorial Index>>


First Turn 
by T.J. Burkett 

Starting Lines

Fast Track

Program Notes

In Memoriam>>

Horsemen's Shop

Advertisers' Index

Photo Finish

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