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July 2015

  • Wiggle It Jiggleit

    We Are Family

    Racing has many family stories, but it’s difficult to find a tale with as many connections as the remarkable story of Wiggle It Jiggleit. By Perry Lefko
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  • Betting Exchange

    Fanning Finds The Turning Point

    Tom Fanning considers himself to be a “grinder” - a horseman who makes a living training horses. Never did he expect to watch his charge weaving through horses in the stretch of the North America Cup. Never say never. By Debbie Little
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  • In The Arsenal

    Risk, Redemption and Reward

    At White Birch Farm in Allentown, New Jersey, broodmare Ladyotra has made herself a comfortable home. With her 14th foal, In The Arsenal, she also may have made a champion. By Hannah Beckett
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  • Artspeak

    Zeron Stays Focused On The Cup

    Scott Zeron may have left the Woodbine Entertainment circuit of racing, but there is little doubt where home is. For Zeron, N.A. Cup glory is near the top of his bucket list. By Chris Lomon

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  • Hurrikane Ali

    A Great Fondness For The North

    Last year Yannick Gingras accomplished a career goal, winning Quebec’s Prix D’Ete. For North America’s leading driver, a trip back to Canada is always a highlight. By Chris Lomon

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  • Arque Hanover

    A Big Thrill For Big Al

    Allan Saul had lots of early success as a harness horse owner. Despite ups and downs, the man known as Big Al, and his partners, understand how rare it is to have a North America Cup contender. And Al is committed to enjoying the moment. By Melissa Keith...read on

  • Yankee Bounty

    Building An Instant Connection

    As the daughter of a horseman, Paige Brenner grew up around standardbred horses. Now, she has the thrill of caring for some of Ron Burke’s best when they come to town. And her hard work is certainly paying off. By Melissa Keith
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  • Penji Hanover

    The Home Team

    Although the son of Art Major may have only had three lifetime starts on Canadian soil leading up to the Cup final, his caretaker, trainer and driver were the only local trio of their kind in this year’s race... and that made ‘Team Penji’ the home team. By Dan Fisher
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  • Good Friday Three

    An All-Canadian Tale

    Locally bred, owned and trained, the story of Good Friday Three is one that Canadians should be proud of. And win, lose or draw, his connections are enjoying the ride. By Keith McCalmont
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  • Trot Feature: Joey Roberts

    A Cup Tale

    Sometimes a moment in life touches you. Sometimes it happens years after the fact through tears and sadness. Mike Stoikopoulos shares a North America Cup moment in time that he spent with a very special person - Joey Roberts....read on

  • Trot Feature: Joey Roberts

    Histoire de coupe

    Peut-être la chose la plus étrange et la plus attachante, en y repensant bien, a été le caractère aléatoire – le manque total de planification – de cette soirée....read on

  • Wakizashi Hanover

    Celebrating An Unlikely Hero

    When a Nova Scotia based partnership was formed to buy a yearling, a dream developed. When Wakizashi Hanover crossed the line first in the North America Cup, an almost unthinkable fantasy became reality. By Melissa Keith...read on


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