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June 2, 2010     E-mail this page to a friend!

Every month, TRJ—The Racing Journal presents results from your favorite racetracks—not just the big tracks, but also the “hometown tracks” across our region.

But that’s not all. In the June issue of TRJ—The Racing Journal, find exclusive features that take you inside the game—

 * “A legendary race,” by Karen Svea Johnson, presents the results of Lady Legends Race for the Cure, in which eight retired female jockeys participated in one last race—one that has changed the record books forever. In sidebars—

  - A “guest blogger” offers a hardcore fan’s perspective on the race and the participants.

  - Archival material traces the inspiring story of Cheryl White, a Lady Legends rider who stays involved with horseracing as an official in Northern California.

 * New riders and new technology are keeping racing interesting in Western Canada. Jackie Humber introduces readers to three new jockeys at Hastings Racecourse in Vancouver, and Garry Allison takes you to the eye-in-the-sky at Rocky Mountain Turf Club in Lethbridge, where digital technology is streamlining photo finish determinations.

 * And everybody loves baby pictures! Check out young’uns from across the TRJ—The Racing Journal region

The cover features Fort Pierre, South Dakota, racing. Inside, read the results of that meet’s biggest weekend, as well as recaps from the Washington Fairs (Sun Downs, Walla Walla, and Waitsburg); the Miles City, Montana, Bucking Horse Sale race meet; Los Alamitos; Emerald Downs; RMTC; Hastings; and Portland Meadows. Plus—news you can use, including health, legislative, and personnel reports. As always, find great photos, analysis, and commentary you won’t find anywhere else.

And don’t forget to look for our regular feature, Stakes winners in TRJ—The Racing Journal territory.

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