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TRJ InPrint: August TRJ brings stakes results, youth- and racing-related features, even wiener dog racing!

August 10, 2012     E-mail this page to a friend!

Everybody's racing down the stretch this season—so expect to find photos and news in TRJ for many breeds and many speeds. Even wiener dogs had their day in the sun, and we've got the shots to prove it!

You can't be everywhere at once this season, so let TRJ take you across the region this month, and every month. Not a subscriber? Get TRJ in your mailbox each month for less than $3 a month! (International postal rates add to the cost for some subscribers.) We're your info source for the racehorse! Subscribe today at

Here's some of what subscribers will be reading this month:
• A local revival of AQHA Youth Day at the Races introduces kids to the sport and business of horseracing—and their reactions give us fresh perspectives on the industry.
• New Emerald Downs director of marketing Sophia Mangalee is bringing attention to the after-track careers of runners with a series of promotions that will answer the "where are they now" questions that fans have when their favorite equine stars retire from racing.
• Ryan Roshau introduces readers to North Dakota owners who have translated their long-time success in Quarter Horse racing to early success with the first Thoroughbred they've campaigned in two decades.

The race roundup this month takes you farther than 10 tanks of gas: to North Dakota Horse Park, Laurel Brown Racetrack, Sunflower Downs, Hastings Racecourse, Emerald Downs, Les Bois Park, Rupert Downs, Grants Pass Downs, Crooked River Downs, Arapahoe Park, Assiniboia Downs, Los Alamitos, Chippewa Downs, and this year's summer race revival at Portland Meadows.

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