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If At First You Don’t Succeed

By Noah Joseph When we think of racehorses, we often think of them for their ability to run at blazing speeds, winning lots of races. Those who are able to do so become popular and in the process gain many fans to cheer them on. But what if there was a horse that lost a […]

MTA Stakes Cap Weekend

A horse with a bad foot and another with a good turn of foot grabbed the headlines on an otherwise leisurely Sunday afternoon One day after a record turnout of 20,000-plus crammed the nooks and crannies of the place, Canterbury Park took on a relaxed and casual demeanor, but there were three winners on this […]

Dear Hrishi – The ATM

Rodney Miller has owned around 120, perhaps 130 horses since he bought his first thoroughbred in the late 1980s. In the time since, he has watched the racing industry crash and rise again Phoenix-like with the arrival of the Sampsons in the mid 1990s and now with the Mystic Lake agreement. He has seen much […]