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      The August 2016 e-edition of The Horse will be accessible by clicking the banner above. This is the ANNUAL REAL ESTATE ISSUE with ads and editorial for choice horse properties.

      The print date is Friday, July 15 and is mailed to retail outlets and print subscribers on Monday, July 18.


TOP STORIES IN THE HORSE

U.S. goes to Olympics with strong teams in each discipline

Frank Chapot dies at 84; six-time Olympian was among greatest horsemen ever

U.S. Rio Olympics team members win 1st U.S. Eventing Nations Cup

Brown sweeps Amateur Owner at Brandywine Summer Series

Lindsay Scott of Unionville dies of lyme disease complications; bred several top race horses

Phillip Fanning, 92, wounded war veteran and lifelong horseman who won Maryland Hunt Cup

Some of the top properties featured in this issue:

Beautifully maintained 1780 farmhouse on 12 Hunt Country Acres

Magnificent farm on 72 acres; 8 bedroom house

27-acre waterfront horsefarm, spacious house in Maryland for $699,900

Spacious, turnkey horse farm for under $1 million














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TOP STORIES IN BREEDING & RACING




        
B&RSlots revenue would take hit over bill to expand state gaming

3 stakes, 3 months for PA-Bred Disco Chick

Belmont victor needed six tries to win first race

Big win at Ascot elevates Pin Oak sire Lord Shanakill

5 PA-Breds, plus Plum Pretty filly
in August Saratoga sale

First graded stakes win for PA-Bred Tom's Ready stretches his earnings to $600,000

First stakes victory for Talent Search colt; third in row for Behrnik's Bank

$6,000 OBS purchase adds allowance win, boosting bankroll to $126,896

Sunshine and stars come out again for trainer Allard

2nd career win for daughter of Weigelia

First real tests near for Union Rags' youngsters

Could get crowded at Saratoga with horses of interest to Delaware Valley
 



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