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July 2016

  • Trot Feature: Betting Line

    The Boss

    As a racehorse, Betting Line plays second fiddle to nobody. The Casie Coleman trainee has a mind of his own....read on

  • Trot Feature - Betting Line

    Le Patron

    BETTING LINE EST UN CHEVAL SPÉCIAL. Par Keith McCalmont // Traduction Louise Rioux

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  • Racing Hill

    One Hill Of A Ride

    Tom Hill loves Canada. The native of Britain has invested significantly in Canadian harness racing, and his high stakes bet is handsomely paying off. By Chris Lomon
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  • Control The Moment

    Like Mother, Like Son

    Dominant at two and one of the world’s best at three, Control The Moment is making waves. TROT takes a look back to where it all started - with his mother, Lifesliltreasure. By Darryl Kaplan
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  • Boston Red Rocks

    Team Tetrick-Brand in Progress

    For Tim Tetrick and his wife Ashley, the business of harness racing is much bigger than what happens on the track....read on

  • Michaels Victory

    Zeron's Quest For The Cup

    Scott Zeron grew up at the racetrack dreaming of winning the North America Cup. Today he is established as a top driver - bit his goal hasn’t changed. By Debbie Little...read on

  • Lyons Snyder

    The Horse That Brought Them Together

    What happens when two of North America’s most prominent owners both have their eye on the same yearling? The answer: Lyons Snyder. By Debbie Little
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  • Big Top Hanover

    Everyone Has A Story Behind Them

    Like every person, each horse has a story. TROT takes us back more than 135 years to discover Big Top Hanover’s 12th dam - Minnie Grimes. By Dan Fisher
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  • Magnum J

    Tough Draw, Tougher Horse

    Canadian bred, based, owned, trained and driven - the story of Magnum J is a local tale that gives inspiration to every local horse owner. By Melissa Keith
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  • Beast Mode

    From Least To Beast

    England native Christopher Nicol knows what it takes to be successful. With a $5,000 yearling named Beast Mode, he has reason to be optimistic. By Keith McCalmont
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  • Manhattan Beach

    Son Of The Boss

    When breeder Greg Martin purchased Benear - the dam of Manhattan Beach, he thought she was the saddest horse he had ever seen....read on


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