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January 2015

  • Trot Feature - John MacMillan

    LEADING WITH HIS LEFT

    Despite suffering a severe arm injury in a recent training accident, John MacMillan hasn’t slowed down his routine. He continues to keep swinging. Story by Norm Borg

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  • Trot Feature - John MacMillan

    En tête avec sa gauche

    Malgré une grave blessure qu’il s’est infligé au bras lors d’un récent accident à l’entraînement, John MacMillan n’a nullement ralenti sa routine. Il la continue. Par Norm Borg // Traduction Louise Roux...read on

  • Walk The Plank

    NEVER SAY QUIT

    Sometimes patience is a virtue. Sometimes it’s a hindrance. Ron Cassidy lives on the fine line between the two. But one horse named Walk The Plank seems determined to reward his faith and perseverance. Story by Chris Lomon

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  • John Manzi

    A PROMOTER FOR THE AGES

    In December, John Manzi announced that he would be retiring from the racing business. You may or may not know his name, but if you’re a longtime fan of harness racing, you’ve probably heard of one of Manzi’s crazy promotions. Story by Debbie Little
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  • The Tappan Zee

    THE WILL TO LIVE

    Sometimes things don’t go as planned. But it is how we persevere during troubled times that shows who we really are. This is the story of a determined racehorse and the people who loved him when things failed to go according to plan. Story by Ashley Mayotte...read on

  • Rail Tales

    The High Dive

    Turk Dawkins was a tire mechanic, he lumbered into the High Dive Bar and Grill wearing a pair of blue overalls with knee patches, and a troubled scowl. Henry Davidson knew in an instant his scheme was in trouble.
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