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May 2016 Hoof Beats
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May 2016 issue


Purely the Best
Pure Country leads Hoof Beats Comprehensive Pacing Predictive Rankings
by T.J. Burkett
See Top 25>> | See last year's results>>

Perfect Season
Pure Country was a flawless filly at 2
by Rich Fisher
Quiet Intensity
Unassuming Boston Red Rocks looks to defend divisional championship
by T.J. Burkett
Read Article>>

Letting Out the Lines
Control The Moment aiming to conquer North America
by Dave Briggs


Director's Chair
About the Budget: USTA board of directors confronts marketing expectations
by Ivan Axelrod

Under Wraps
Cinco de Mayo, Harness Style: The Standardbred breed was born on May 5, 1849
by Tim Bojarski

Trot Lines
What Will She Do for Me?: Many factors influence adding a racemare to a broodmare band
by Bob Marks
Read Column>>

Mutuel Feeling
How They Roll: Rolling Daily Doubles are good for courageous handicappers

by Frank Cotolo

Betting With Bill
Score the Card: Weight the race factors to find lucrative patterns
by Bill McBride

Numbers by Hollywood
Sensational Sophomores

Here They Come
Money Bunny

Profile: Trace Tetrick
Rising Reinsman: Indiana standout ready for the big stage
by James Platz

Profile: Prvo
Winning the Hard Way: Bad-acting pacer is a fan favorite in Michigan
by Lynne Snierson

Tack to Track presented by JACKS
Giving a Bath: Tips on how to properly bathe a horse
by Casie Coleman and Nadine Bell
View Instructional Video>>


Life After Racing
Eye of the Tiger: Former trotter now a show and endurance horse
by Sally Gilbert
Read Article>>

Horse Care
Avoiding Ascarids: Roundworms can be a danger to foals without preventative measures
by Kimberly French

Equine Clinic
From Fracture to Future: Camco Kyle and the case for planned retirement
by Melissa Keith

Shoeing News
In Suspense: A look into the effects of shoeing on the suspensory ligament
by Steve Stanley
Read Article>>


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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