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February 2015

  • Trot Feature - Elisabeth Carrier

    Coming Back From Tragedy

    In 2008, disaster struck for Elisabeth Carrier. A fire destroyed the farm she shared at the time with Mario Viens, and took the lives of her beloved horses. The road back has been long and winding, but today Carrier is dreaming as big as she ever has.

    Story by Paul Delean

    Photos by Ann MacNeill (Sees The Moment Photography)

    ...read on

  • Trot Feature - Elisabeth Carrier

    Sa relever après une tragédie

    NOUS SOMMES LE 22 AOÛT 2008. Élisabeth Carrier et son conjoint à l’époque, Mario Viens, se trouvaient sur leur ferme de 55 acres sise au sud de Québec, dans le village de Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, quand le malheur a frappé.
    Par Paul Delean // Traduction Louise Rioux

    Photos: Ann MacNeill (Sees The Moment Photography)

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  • John Bax

    A PROVEN TRACK RECORD

    Trainer John Bax has been to the top of Canadian harness racing. He has enjoyed the thrills of victory and experienced some difficult seasons. Today, his faith in Ontario’s racing program, and a passion for training trotters, has him back on a remarkable high. Story by Perry Lefko
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  • Track Announcers Trademark Calls

    BEEN THERE, BOUGHT THE T-SHIRT

    There are plenty of accurate race calls every day, throughout North America. Then there are the kind of race calls that communicate much more than the action of horses and drivers on the track — they communicate, and generate, emotion. Trot asks some of the continent’s top race announcers to reveal the motivation behind their signature calls.

    Story by Melissa Keith
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  • Dreams Matter

    DRIVING A DREAM

    Every day, Susan Karrel has the privilege of being reminded that dreams do matter. As President of the Nova Scotia Driving Society and owner of a horse who bears an inspirational name, she knows what it means to be living a dream.

    Story by Melissa Keith...read on

  • Stallion Stats

    STALLION STATISTICS

    Trot takes its annual look at the top sires in Canada and North America.

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