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       The October 2016 e-edition of The Horse is accessible by clicking the banner above. This is the ANNUAL TRAINER ISSUE with ads and profiles of several dozen top trainers in PA, NJ, DE, MD and VA.
       The print date is Friday, September 16 and is mailed to retail outlets and print subscribers on Monday, September 19.


TOP STORIES IN THE HORSE

Ward, Farrington, Graves play key medal roles

Portrade wins Turf Writers as tragedy upends Eclipse battle

Jessica Springsteen wins HITS million dollar class

Stewart celebrates return to good health by winning
Pre-Green championship

Deadline Dec. 15th for 21st Annual Photo Contest

Profiles of the top trainers in
the Mid-Atantic states, including Kate Demasi,
Laura Chapot, Osvaldo Ornia Pacher,  
Gaye Goldemen Cohen, Jeremy and Jan Beale,
Louise Serio and others














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TOP STORIES IN BREEDING & RACING




        
B&RBettors liked the show put on by
11 races for Pennsylvania breds

Fund resolution delayed again; breeders angry

Union Rags ranked No. 1
freshman sire

Arrogate muddies 3-year-old picture

Despite his name, this horse is
no pig in a poke

Augustin's Tide is High wins 3rd,
edges closer to $100,000 mark

Lucy N Ethel resumes promising career with win in Prioress

Down in the Saratoga trenches, Pa-breds had moments of glory

Some quality PA-Breds among 360 yearlings catalogued for Midlantic Fall Sale

His horses would likely agree with this honor
 





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