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September 2016 issue


Family First
Marion Marauder wins Hambletonian for small Wellwood/Keeling stable
by T.J. Burkett

Speed to the Sales
World champion sires send first yearlings to market
by Eileen McClory
Matter of Time
Clock is ticking for Cambest's record
by Melissa Keith
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As I See It
Moving Forward: Thoughts on social media and other ways to market harness racing
by F. Phillip Langley
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Under Wraps
Jug Previews: Curly Smart won the first Little Brown Jug--twice
by Tim Bojarski

Trot Lines
Seemed Like Old Times: This year's free-for-all pacers harken to rivalries past
by Bob Marks

Mutuel Feeling
Getting a Fair Return: Looking at the math behind Pick-4 wagers

by Frank Cotolo

Betting With Bill
Plan for Profits: Devise a point system to help predict outcomes
by Bill McBride

Numbers by Hollywood
Birth of the Big M

Here They Come
Hey There

Profile: Igottafeelinfran
Fabulous Fran: Hard-knocking mare keeps on pacing
by Eileen McClory

Profile: Randy Lee
Back in the Game: Fractional ownership brings owner back to racing
by Perry Lefko

Tack to Track presented by JACKS
Rub It In: Blue Lotion is a balm for sore muscles
by Casie Coleman and Jeff Kemp
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Life After Racing
Safe Haven for All: Rainhill Equine Facility cares for blind, disabled and unwanted horses
by Desiree Seeloff
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Industry Trends
Headed to Shenandoah Downs: Horsemen in Virginia look forward to racing at new track
by Charlene Sharpe

Equine Clinic
Fighting for Her Life: Trotting mare Moshannon Mojo battles botulism and wins
by Kimberly French

Shoeing News
Shock and Awe: Two structures needed to absorb the rigors of racing
by Steve Stanley
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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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