Hoof Beats November 2019


Sibling Rivalry
Full brothers Greenshoe and Maverick steal the show in Lexington
by Kimberly French

A Numbers Game
Fractional ownership presents unique opportunities to grow the sport
by James Witherite

Harnessing a Harem
Experts offer advice on acquiring broodmares
by Dean A. Hoffman


Profile: Wind Me Up
Like a Top
Wind Me Up continues to succeed in his second career
by John Sacco

Profile: Bill Hartt
Mover and Shaker
Maine owner Bill Hartt’s dedication to harness racing is second to none
by Kimberly French

Life After Racing
God’s Gift
King Mufasa is a blessing to the children he teaches in his new profession
by Kimberly French

Equine Clinic
In the Groove
Musical Rhythm’s story is one of survival
by Hope Ellis-Ashburn

Spotlight On: Jim Miller
Jim Miller does it all at Hawthorne Race Course
by Neil Milbert

Horse Care
In the Genes
The Horse Genome project puts horse genetics on the map
by Allison Armstrong Rehnborg

Shoeing News
A Chink in the Armor
Toe cracks may be tiny, but they are mighty when it comes to hoof health
by Steve Stanley

USTA Focus
2020 Proposed Rule Changes


Watching the Wheels
by Mike Tanner
Freeze Frame
Chuck Adkins’ journey to the Jug meant more to him than words can say

Under Wraps
by Tim Bojarski
Pine Tree Prowess
Sep Palin rewrites records in Maine with Greyhound

Modern Marketing
by Evan Pattak
The Hawk Speaks
Corporate support can do for harness racing what it did for auto racing

Blinkers Off
by James Witherite
Invasion from the Isles
What is the answer to improving wagering turnover?

In Every Issue

First Over

Starting Lines

Here They Come

In Memoriam

Horsemen’s Shop

Advertisers’ Index

Photo Finish


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