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Dean Hoffman's Blog

 

Poof! She's A Millionaire!

November 29, 2009:


Poof She’s Gone made headlines when she passed the $1 million mark in seasonal earnings, joining the late Snow White as the only other freshman filly to achieve that distinction.

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Jeff Porchak's Blog

 

80

November 27, 2009:


Those who know him would likely not believe he's 80 years old. When you think about someone in their 80s, many would think of docile retirees that lead a rather sedentary life. I doubt there are too many 80 year olds running breeding farms

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Dean Hoffman's Blog

 

Muscle power in Ontario

November 24, 2009:


Muscles Yankee has sired that last two Hambletonian winners and he’s been the leading trotting sire in North America the last two seasons.

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Dean Hoffman's Blog

 

Flirtin Man proves popular in Sweden

November 18, 2009:


Stallions in Sweden have been limited to 150 mares per season for many years and in 2009 only three stallions served a full book.

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Dean Hoffman's Blog

 

U.S. Champions of 2009

November 17, 2009:


Just as sure as God made little green apples, Muscle Hill will be Horse of the Year for 2009.

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Jeff Porchak's Blog

 

Super Final Trivia Answers And Winners

November 14, 2009:


Here are the answers to the Super Final Trivia Contest

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Adam Mauntah's Blog

 

Rocking at Rideau

November 12, 2009:


Rideau Carleton Raceway, my local track here in Ottawa, has had a banner month already - and the month is not even half finished

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Jeff Porchak's Blog

 

Super Final Super Trivia

November 11, 2009:


Eight races, ten years, 12 questions

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Kelly Spencer's Blog

 

TCNHC en route for wet-paper-bag exit

November 10, 2009:


I overuse the wet-paper-bag analogy. “I couldn’t find my way out of a wet paper bag. I couldn’t handicap my way out of a wet paper bag. I couldn’t sing my way out of a wet paper bag.” Whatever...it’s a stupid analogy. Think about it: The bag is wet; just pick a spot and tear through it. Geesh

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Jack Darling's Blog

 

We Must Act Now

November 10, 2009:


The harness racing business in Ontario right now reminds me of the stock market right at the end of a raging bull market

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Dean Hoffman's Blog

 

Andover yearlings top strong Harrisburg sale

November 6, 2009:


“Out with the new, in with the old.”

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Kelly Spencer's Blog

 

iBudget

November 3, 2009:


It's budget time, and honestly, if there was a sharp object within reach, I would impale myself on it.

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Mark Hetherman's Blog

 

Less Race Dates, Same Number Of Races

November 3, 2009:


My blog this week comes from the recent race application to reduce race dates by something like 100 in 2010

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Dean Hoffman's Blog

 

Show time at the Farm Show Arena

November 2, 2009:


I'm in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania now waiting for the first horse to be hammered down.

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Dean Hoffman's Blog

 

Greatest ever? Who can say for sure?

October 31, 2009:


It’s fascinating to read the comments on the poll about the greatest trotter ever. Because we could discuss this question 24/7/365 and still not have an absolute answer.

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