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Check your mailbox—the July issue of TRJ—The Racing Journal is on its way

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

Wherever you live in TRJ—The Racing Journal territory, you're probably just a couple hours way from exciting equine action. And every month, we present results from your favorite racetracks—not just the big tracks, but also the “hometown tracks” across our region.

But that’s not all. Find features, race schedules, nomination forms, news you can use--and maybe even meet a star of the future in our "More Foals of 2010" photo spread!

The July TRJ—The Racing Journal cover features jockey Bret Anderson in the South Valley/Swett Ranch Futurity final winner's circle with Bf Invincible at Utah's Laurel Brown Race Track. The cover story traces his journey from frustrated horse owner to successful jock.

In a cool new feature, get into race action with a flip-book recap of big races at Laurel Brown and at Idaho's Pocatello Downs. (Ya gotta see it to believe it! Subscribe today at and ask for your subscription to start with this month's issue!)
Great things are happening all around the territory:

• Rocky Mountain Turf Club in Lethbridge, Alberta, honors a top provincial horsewoman by unveiling a Fred Stone original painting
• Registration opens for the July National HBPA convention in Minnesota and the annual UA-RTIP Symposium, scheduled for December in Arizona
• Raj Mutti, general manager of Vancouver, British Columbia's Hastings Racecourse, is named an up-ad-coming industry insider
• The All American Futurity introduces futures wagers

And—horsemen and fans can get even more involved in the game with two new contests: the RTIP $1,500 Funniest Horse Racing Video Contest and the NTRA interactive virtual horseracing game.

Check out your friends, rivals, and other racing insiders with our great coverage of race meets including the Washington and Oregon fair circuits; Los Alamitos; Emerald Downs; Hastings; Jerome and Sandy Downs, Idaho; and Brown County, South Dakota. And, as always, find great photos, analysis, and commentary you won’t find anywhere else.

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