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August 2015

  • Trot Feature - Kleinpaste

    If I Had A Hammer

    Bob Kleinpaste has spent a lifetime as a blacksmith in the standardbred industry. Now with a bad back and a career of good memories, Kleinpaste is turning the work over to his two very capable sons. By Keith on

  • Trot Feature - Kleinpaste

    Si j’avais un marteau…

    Des records résistent tout simplement au passage du temps. Par Keith McCalmont on

  • Partnerships Power PEI Harness Racing Experience

    Island Time

    Harness racing is very important to Prince Edward Island and its success is equally important to Canadian horse racing. The ability to keep the industry strong and important is due in large part to the many strong partnerships that exist in the province. By Melissa on

  • Joe Thomson

    Investing In A Winner

    Joe Thomson was recently inducted into the Harness Racing Hall of Fame in Goshen, New York. The American entrepreneur understands what it takes to be successful, and he makes no apologies for being very bullish on investing in Canada’s racing industry. By Chris on

  • John Snobelen & Horse Racing in Ontario

    The Importance of Horse Racing

    As one of the leading standardbred racing jurisdictions in the world, horse racing in Ontario matters. And former cabinet minister John Snobelen intends on driving home the message. By Perry Lefko on

  • An experience that endures, generation after generation

    Fredericton Raceway

    An experience that endures, generation after generation TROT editor, Darryl Kaplan, takes us to the nation’s oldest racetrack on Canada Day, 2015, to learn more about the past, present and future of horse racing in this country. on

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