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Race-ready? Better read the February TRJ . . .

February 4, 2009     E-mail this page to a friend!

Fans and horsemen always find useful, interesting information and stories in the monthly issue of TRJ: in-depth stories, personality profiles, breeding news, and information about “all matters equine”! Our website updates events through the month, but the publication is your best source for information on the racehorse.

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What you’ll discover in the February issue:

  • “Full life for a full Colonel,” by Pat Raodriguez, profiles Col. Earl Lilley, this year’s recipient of the AQHA Merle Wood Humanitarian Award, and a life-long horseman

  • “Fixing Montana Sports Action Fantasy Football” offers the TRJ publisher’s ideas on the challenges faced by the new purse-enhancing lottery offering and how they might be turned into advantages

  • Results from the inaugural Golden Gate vs. Portland Meadows Jockey Challenge

  • Special heath section

    • Conception in horses

    • “Tongue piercing” in horses

    • Managing the insulin-resistant horse

  • Read about Quarter Horses learning to compete in the Intermountain West by beginning their careers in chariot racing

  • Race results from Rillito Downs, Los Alamitos Race Course, and Portland Meadows . . . plus the chariots!

  • News you can use—including eight pages of news briefs, plus all this:

    • Information—both ads and stories—about stallion auctions and upcoming stakes races across the region. Nomination forms for some important stakes races appear in this month’s pages!

    • Details and contact information for upcoming race meets and stakes races.

  • Now is the time to choose your mare’s partner for 2009! Ads in this month’s magazine introduce some new stallions and also provide updated information about successful sires you know and love. Expect more advertisements throughout the breeding season!

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