October 2018 Hoof Beats

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Features

Holding Court
Courtly Choice and David Miller capture an action-packed 73rd edition of the Little Brown Jug
by Kimberly French


Blinded by the Light
Small-town trainer overcomes adversity
by Steve Montemarano



Tales from the Ring
Remarkable moments in sale history
by Dean A. Hoffman



Departments

Stories

Profile: Slick Tony
It Takes Time After five decades in harness racing, the Leagers finally have Slick Tony
by Charlene Sharpe

Profile: Dan & Wally Hennessey
Family Matters The Hennessey brothers credit their relationship and pedigree for their success
by Ken Weingartner

Track Trends
Two Breeds, One Track Tracks that support Thoroughbred and Standardbred racing have their work cut out for them
by Melissa Keith

Equine Clinic
Looking to the Future BZ Glide combats a serious eye condition to continue his career
by Tim Bojarski

Shoeing News
Under Pressure How much can the frog be manipulated to manage heel pain?
by Steve Stanley

USTA Focus
2019 Proposed Rule Changes


Voices

Watching the Wheels
Chat Check Should the “Talking on the Track” rule be relegated to the past?
by Mike Tanner

Under Wraps
All Heart Cardigan Bay was the first superstar from Down Under
by Tim Bojarski

Trot Lines
ABC or 1, 2, 3 The new classification system for TrackMaster incorporates established elements
by Bob Marks

Mutuel Feeling
Relevance of Racelines Handicappers can glean extensive knowledge from chart callers’ work
by Frank Cotolo


In Every Issue

First Over

Starting Lines

Here They Come

In Memoriam

Horsemen’s Shop

Advertisers’ Index

Photo Finish

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