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A Seller’s Tips to Yearling Buyers
Just a few words of wisdom from the former yearling manager at Castleton Farm
by Richard G. Stone
Chasing the Dream
Domenico Cecere finds success and happiness in his transition to the U.S.
by Rich Fisher
Time to Chip
The USTA partners with Merck Animal Health for microchipping program
by Kimberly French
Day of Honors Racing and awards highlight annual Hall of Fame day at Goshen
Ageless Wonder At 14 years young, Quicksilvercandy A is still showing rivals her heels
by Brian Mazurek
Profile: Alarm Detector
Sound the Alarm Canadian champion Alarm Detector commences sophomore campaign
by Melissa Keith
Profile: Milton Smith
Hambo Hero Veteran trainer breaks color barrier to win 1993 Hambletonian
by Steve Montemarano
Life After Racing
Magic Carpet Ride Retired trotter Think Gold transports his owner back in time
by Jane Meggitt
The Hat Man from Connecticut Harrison Hoyt was the first amateur driver to capture the Hambletonian
by Robert Temple
Boom or Bust Do biotin supplements aid in hoof health?
by Toby Raymond
Robotic Reveal Innovative CT imaging responsible for Rodeo Romeo’s successful return to the track
by Charlene Sharpe
All in the Trim Why trimming a hoof is essential to the shoeing process
by Steve Stanley
Lessons Learned What can we extract from other industries to improve our own?
by Ivan Axelrod
Staking a Claim Will claiming contests continue as the horse population declines?
by Tim Bojarski
The Best Bid Never Made When coming in second turns out to be the winning move
by Bob Marks
Potent PPs Past performances are essential for excellent handicapping
by Frank Cotolo
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