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       The September 2016 e-edition of The Horse is accessible by clicking the banner above. This is the Annual Fall & Winter Preview Issue with ads and editorial for shows, clinics an other events in PA, NJ, DE, MD and VA.

      The print date is Friday, August 12 and is mailed to retail outlets and print subscribers on Monday, August 15.


TOP STORIES IN THE HORSE

Dutton's Bronze saves U.S. from an eventing disaster

Bob Le Beau comes back from bad start to win G1 Smithwick

New day dawns for USEF with most capable,
experienced leaders ever

Laura Chapot will seek redemption at Fall Classic

Young Rider gold medal for Lucy Matz

Spring victories bring summer blessings for 2

PLUS: Dozens of articles on upcoming fall events













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TOP STORIES IN BREEDING & RACING




        
B&R5 PA-Bred yearlings fall short of average for Saratoga sales

Parx horsemen can ship free
to 'new' Laurel

Exaggerator dazzles in Haskell
to set up huge Travers

Breeders helpless to free up funds

Six starts, including three stakes wins, finally get to Disco Chick

3rd PA-Bred stakes for
Houghton's Bound

Promising Disco Rose
rediscovers her form with
$63,000 allowance win

DeMasi becomes first
female trainer in
Parx Hall of Fame

Arrowhead mates finish 1-2 in maiden test for juveniles
 



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