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October 2019

  • Trot Feature - Kristy Dustin

    Harnessing The Hope

    The daughter of trainer/driver Greg Dustin, Kristy Dustin has been around the racing game her entire life, and 14 years ago when her mother Doreen was diagnosed with breast cancer it was the racing industry that Kristy turned to, to help support her mom through the creation of ‘Harness The Hope’ on

  • Trot Feature - Kristy Dustin

    Mobiliser l’espoir :

    Kristy Dustin demeure toujours inspirée pour la tenue de la 14e édition de l’Annual Breast Cancer Fundraiser qui se tiendra au ‘The Raceway’ du Western Fair on

  • Montrell Teague

    A Little Patience

    At only 28 years of age Montrell Teague has been putting up solid driving numbers for more than a decade, and has won many of pacing’s biggest events, on

  • Drivers Roundtable

    Voices To 'B' Heard

    ’B’ Track catch-drivers - in many ways they’re the lifeblood of our sport. Their jobs are dangerous, they put tens-of-thousands of kilometres on their vehicles every year, on

  • Maritime

    Maritime Memories

    It was more than 10 years in the making, but Maritimers Jerry McCabe and D.B. MacLeod have a new harness racing book on the on

  • The View

    My Breeders Crown Challenge.

    We used to go to Roosevelt every weekend and there would be 30,000 people in the crowd. There was nothing like it.”

    “In the wintertime, at Greenwood, they’d race on Saturday afternoons, and the place was always packed. It was amazing. On Boxing Day they’d often get more than 10,000 people - now those were the days!” on

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