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September 2015

  • Rail Tales

    Late Night Lunacy

    After two men meet at a bar, talk turns to buying yearlings. Before long, a high stakes wager is made. By Bob Carson on

  • Trot Feature: Tom Durand

    More Than Meets The Eye

    From flying airplanes, to designing computer programs, to sharing his innovative ideas about the future of horse racing, Tom Durand is a horseman, and then some. By Chris Lomon on

  • Trot Feature: Tom Durand

    La réalité est toute autre

    De faire voler des avions, à concevoir des programmes informatiques, à partager ses idées novatrices par rapport à l’avenir de l’industrie des courses de chevaux, Tom Durand est un homme de chevaux, et quel homme. Par Chris Lomon // Traduction Louise Rioux on

  • Christopher Mollica

    An Inspirational Drive

    Christopher Mollica has faced adversity for all of his life. But the 25-year-old`s attitude, and love of his family`s standardbred horses, makes him a role model for every one of us. By Keith on

  • John Fielding

    What A Day

    TROT sits down with Canadian horse owner John Fielding, after his horses, Wild Honey and Pinkman, captured the Hambletonian Oaks and the Hambletonian on one magical afternoon at The Meadowlands. By Perry on

  • PEI Standardbreds

    Mares Against Nightmares

    PEI standardbreds are making a big impact in people’s lives, through Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy. By Melissa Keith on

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