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Trogdon On Adios, Fear The Dragon

July 26, 2017:

When a teenage Bruce Trogdon first began attending the Adios more than four decades ago, he never imagined he would someday own a horse in the race. On Saturday, he will. But even if it never happened, the Adios would always be special to him. That’s because 41 years ago, Trogdon got engaged to his wife Sabrina on

Harvey Gets Added Responsibility

May 6, 2011:

On Friday, May 6, United States Trotting Association Executive Vice President Mike Tanner announced that Ellen Harvey, currently executive director of Harness Racing Communications, will take on the additional task on

A Conversation With Jason Bartlett

March 24, 2011:

As one of harness racing’s top drivers, Jason Bartlett is a busy on

Lucky Jim Tops Standardbred Poll

May 11, 2009:

The first installment of the 2009 Hambletonian/Breeders Crown Standardbred Poll was released earlier today, with the white-hot Lucky Jim leading the on

Elliott’s Star Sophomore Doing “Well”

May 11, 2009:

Well Said, the colt who won the Breeders Crown and finished fourth in purses among all two-year-old pacers last season, returned to action on May 7 with a neck victory in 1:54 in a qualifier at the Meadowlands on

Arch Madness To Skip European Trip?

April 7, 2009:

There may not be a trip overseas this spring for two-time O’Brien Award winner Arch on

Hawkinsville Rebuilds; Ready For Festival

April 6, 2009:

Having lived his entire life in a quiet, rural town, Dan Ater feels at home in Hawkinsville, Georgia. Ater, from Clarksburg, Ohio, has spent the last three winters training his harness racing horses in on

Wrenn Feels At Home In Indiana

April 6, 2009:

Peter Wrenn is no stranger to Indiana; after all, he drove Artriverderci to victory in the 2007 Hoosier Cup. Now, though, the Michigan native is hoping to discover sustained success on

Knight Of Intrigue Takes Seconds

April 6, 2009:

Knight Of Intrigue, a five-year-old son of Yankee Glide, will be looking to get past that final horse in Friday's $130,000 final of the Su Mac Lad on

No Keeping Quiet With Explosive Matter

April 6, 2009:

Adam Victor Jr. knows what it's like to have a top three-year-old trotter. He is new, however, to the feeling of expecting to have on

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