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The Living Horse Hall of Fame committee of the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame has announced the selections for the 2020 broodmare inductees into the Harness Racing Living Horse Hall of Fame. Danae 3,1:54.2 ($529,099) and Precious Beauty p,2,1:53.3 ($112,842) were elected. Danae's offspring include 2019 Swedish Horse of the Year Propulsion 1:52.1 ($3,572,969), 2017 Matron Stakes winner Dream Together 1:51.3 ($801,782) and world champion D'Orsay 1:51.4 ($445,732). Precious Beauty's offspring include 2009 Two-Year-Old Pacing Colt of the Year and 2010 North America Cup winner, world champion Sportswriter p,3,1:48.3 ($1,566,460); 2013 Two-Year-Old Pacing Filly of the Year and She's A Great Lady winner, world champion Precocious Beauty p,1:50.1 ($838,004) and 2018 Three Diamonds winner Prescient Beauty p,2,1:50.4 ($464,250). Danae and Precious Beauty will be inducted on Hall of Fame Day which is tentatively planned for Sunday, July 5, 2020. The ceremonies honoring these extraordinary Standardbred broodmares will take place during the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame's annual dinner. For information on the Hall of Fame weekend and other festivities surrounding this important occasion visit www.harnessmuseum.com from April 2020 onward or call or write the Museum at 240 Main Street, Goshen, NY 10924. Phone: 845-294-6330. Standardbred broodmares are eligible for nomination to harness racing's highest accolade only if they comply with the following strict criteria: Annually on March 1st, a list of living broodmares that have produced two Dan Patch winners, OR two millionaires, OR one Dan Patch winner and one millionaire are assembled for the Living Horse Hall of Fame Committee to review. Committee members can also nominate a broodmare that does not meet those criteria. Each of the committee members votes for his or her top 5 broodmares, voting results are tabulated and the top two vote getters are elected to the Living Horse Hall of Fame. The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is located at 240 Main Street in Goshen, New York. For information on the Museum, membership, special events, gift shop services and educational programs the Museum offers, please call (845) 294-6330 or visit www.harnessmuseum.com. The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame

The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame has an outstanding list of stallions for this year's breeding auction. Bids on the listed breedings must be called in, emailed or postmarked by this Saturday, February 15, 2020. The breedings that do not receiving successful bids by the close of the auction may be available after that date. This is your opportunity to breed to Rockin Image whose book is full and closed for 2020. Rockin Image was Indiana's Leading Money-Winning Sire of All-Age, 3-Year-Old and 2-Year-Old Pacers in 2019, including three Indiana Sire Stakes Super Final winners. He is also the sire of Breeders Crown winner and World Champion Freaky Feet Pete. The list of stallions by state and gait (trotters in italics): OHIO Trotters: Coraggioso, Lucky Chucky, Sebastian K, Stormin Normand, Triumphant Caviar, Victory Sam Pacers: Art Director, Big Bad John, Domethatagain, Mister Big, Racing Hill, We Will See, Well Said, Western Vintage, Yankee Cruiser NEW YORK Trotters: Conway Hall, Crazy Wow, Deweycheatumnhowe, Whataworkout Pacers: Artiscape, Bolt The Duer, Dude's The Man, So Surreal INDIANA Trotter: Musclesprinctonian Pacer: Always A Virgin, JK Endofanera, Rockin Image PENNSYLVANIA Trotters: Andover Hall, Possess The Will Pacers: Captain Ahab ONTARIO Pacers: Artspeak, Royal Mattjesty, Sportswriter, Thinking Out Loud DELAWARE Trotter: Glidemaster Pacer: Dream Away MARYLAND Trotter: Charlie DeVie Pacer: Rusty's For Real ILLINOIS Trotter: Class Included Pacer: Time To Roll A complete list of the 2020 stallions, conditions and bid form is posted on HarnessRacing.com Weekend Preview and www.harnessmuseum.com. We are happy to receive breedings throughout the spring and duplicate breedings are acceptable. If you have not participated in this unique and important fundraiser by donating a breeding or placing a bid and would like more information, please contact Joanne Young at 845-294-6330 or development@harnessmuseum.com. From the Harness Racing Museum

Do you have a breeding that you won't be using this season? We have a home for it! We are lining up our stallion roster for the 2020 season and invite you to put your breedings to work for the benefit of all - the breeding donor, the mare owner and the Harness Racing Museum. If you have not participated in this unique and important fundraiser by donating a breeding or placing a bid and would like more information, please contact Joanne Young at development@harnessmuseum.com or 845-294-6330. There is no limit on the number of breedings we will happily accept and in return we promise professional, dedicated attention to making the best possible arrangements. A complete list of the 2020 stallions, conditions and bid form will be posted Thursday, January16, at www.harnessmuseum.com under the Fundraisers tab. We want to thank those of you who have already donated breedings. To date the list of stallions include Always A Virgin, Andover Hall, Art Director, Artiscape, Artspeak, Big Bad John, Bolt The Duer, Charlie De Vie, Class Included, Coraggioso, Domethatagain, Dream Away, Dude's The Man, Glidemaster, JK Endofanera, Lucky Chucky, Mister Big, Musclesprinctonian, Possess The Will, Racing Hill, Rockin Image (his book is full and closed with this the only breeding available), Royal Mattjesty, Sebastian K, So Surreal, Sportswriter, Stormin Norman, Triumphant Caviar, Well Said, Western Vintage, We Will See, Whataworkout and Yankee Cruiser. If you have a breeding, or know someone not using a breeding, and want to donate to this important fundraiser please contact Joanne as soon as possible. The list of stallions and conditions will be available online, and via The Horseman And Fair World. This list will be updated as additional breedings are donated - please check the Museum website under the Fundraisers tab. Bids on these breedings must be called in, emailed or postmarked by Saturday, February 15, 2020. Any breedings not receiving successful bids may still be available after that date. We are happy to receive breedings throughout the spring and duplicate breedings are acceptable. From the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame

Goshen, NY - When Mickey Burke, Sr. started driving harness racing horses in 1956 the reinsmen wore soft caps and the sulky wheels were "open" and had no plastic safety discs. He still remembers those days well, along with the first horse he ever bought. "Hickory Buzz was a son of Phonograph and I purchased him, a single axle horse trailer, all of his equipment, several tack trucks, three jog carts, and two race bikes along with pitch forks, muck baskets, feed tubs and water buckets for the princely sum of six hundred dollars," Burke recalls. "After I loaded all of the stuff that came as part of this package deal, I had to go back and make a second trip to the seller's barn to pick up the horse ... all because the truck and trailer was overflowing with tack." Mickey Sr. campaigned around the fair circuits in Ohio and Pennsylvania and also enjoyed success with show horses. But training and driving horses was really just a hobby for the octogenarian during the sixties and seventies. Burke owned a successful car dealership in Western Pennsylvania for several decades. But, in 1981 a gentlemen offered to buy the dealership and he and his wife Sylvia never looked back. He started his own stable with a few cheap claimers and eventually amassed 3,167 wins and $35 million in earnings since training records began in 1991. Fast forward to 2009 when a health scare prompted Mickey Sr. to turn the operation over to his son, Ronnie, and the sport's biggest stable was well on its way. Now, the eldest Burke is known as the patriarch of the most successful horse racing stable in the world, with earnings over $230 million. With over 200 horses in training, Burke Racing and the Burke Brigade are synonymous with always having top Grand Circuit horses in every division, as well as filling the entry box at overnight tracks all over the East coast and Midwest. Although his son Ronnie has been the CEO of Burke Racing for the last decade, the organization is still very much a family affair. Sylvia is the stable's bookkeeper and Mickey, Jr. and Michelle oversee various aspects of the Pennsylvania operations. Although Melissa and Becky work in the Health Care industry, they still own race horses and attend many of the big Standardbred events. One would think that people with this kind of super success would take it easy at age 83. Not Mickey Burke, Sr. He still goes to the barn every day, jogging and training horses, talking to owners, and applying his over half-century of harness racing expertise to the stable. When the Monticello-Goshen Chapter of the United States Harness Writers Association holds their 61st annual Awards Banquet, on Sunday, December 15, 2019, Mickey Burke, Sr. will receive the chapter's highest honor, their Lifetime Achievement Award. This year, in addition to the year-end awards for horses and horse people from the local tracks, the Monticello-Goshen chapter will also honor Noelle Duspiva (Excelsior Award); Larry Lederman (John Gilmour Good Guy Award); Purple Haze Stable (Cradle of the Trotter Breeders Award); Barbara Martinez (Amy Bull Crist Distinguished Service Award); Dave Brower (Phil Pines Award); Tony Verruso (Amateur Driver; Joe Chindano, Jr. (Rising Star); and Donald Bickle (Award of Appreciation). Tickets for the gala event at The Fountains at Wallkill Golf Club, Middletown, NY, can be reserved by contacting Shawn Wiles at (845) 794-4100 extension 458 or Email: swiles@empireresorts.com. To place a congratulatory ad in the souvenir journal, please contact Chris Tully at (845) 807-7538 or Email: tullytrot@yahoo.com. by Chris Tully, for the Monticello-Goshen USHWA Chapter    

The Harness Racing Museum's Winner's Circle Gift Shop will be at the Delaware County Fair in Delaware, Ohio, Monday, September 16 through Thursday, September 19, 2019. Our shop will be located east of the Log Cabin near the Jugette Barn. Start your holiday shopping before and between races. We are eager to show off many new items that will make shopping for the horse lovers on your list an easy task. A new selection of books, clothing items and toys will be in stock and ready to head home with you. If you have specific requests for merchandise, please let us know as soon as possible and we will gladly bring it to the fair and save you the expense of shipping your purchase. The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is located at 240 Main Street in Goshen, NY and is open Tuesday - Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Museum is currently offering free admission for walk-in visitors and $4 per person for group docent-guided tours. For information on the Museum, membership, special events, gift shop services and educational programs the Museum offers, please call (845) 294-6330 or visit www.harnessmuseum.com. by Janet Terhune, for the Harness Racing Museum  

After more than two years Goshen Historic Track (GHT) and the Harness Racing Museum (HRM) plan a ribbon cutting ceremony and reception to celebrate the completion of the renovation of the Historic BOCES BARN ( now Fleming Barn) and to thank all of those who generously contributed to the undertaking. On August 24th 2016 at approximately 6pm a horrific fire brokeout devastating much of the Historic structures and completely destroying its quaint Blacksmith shop. Rather than tear down the structure that once played host to President Ulysses S. Grant, the Board of GHT decided to rebuild that portion of the Barn for the benefit of the HRM  so that the Museum will now have a place to receive, store, and restore artifacts and exhibits. Both the GHT and  HRM, along with a handful of volunteers, have been working tirelessly over the last two years to raise the necessary funds to complete the project and are now certain they have the the cash to pay the final bill.  Accordingly, a ribbon cutting ceremony with a reception to follow in the new facility, will be held on September 29th beginning at 2pm to thank all of those who have donated to the project. However, Goshen Historic Track is still accepting donations for the relocation and the rebuild of its Blacksmith shop. All donors will cordially be invited to the September 29th festivities. Donations can be sent to Goshen Historic Track, 44 Park Place, Goshen, NY 10924. From Goshen Historic Track

Goshen, NY - The harness racing community once again showed robust support for two of the sport's most important charities - The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame and the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) - at a casino-themed fundraiser held Hambletonian eve at The New Meadowlands in East Rutherford. .The August 2nd event, with dinner sponsorship from the connections of Atlanta, featured nearly 200 people playing casino games and vying in a poker tournament to win prizes that included an all-expenses paid trip to Las Vegas sponsored by Roberts Communications and The New Meadowlands. The silent auction which was sponsored by Marvin Katz included Rolling Stones tickets and New York Yankees tickets as well as Prix d'Amerique items, harness racing art and a beautiful bronze of mares and foals. Raffle prize winners won harness racing art, high tech devices, jewelry, autographed Yankees baseballs and themed baskets such as vintage Hambletonian items, Italian food and beverages, and of course, Foiled Again. Charles Keller III and Yankeeland Farm sponsored the raffle items. Approximately $80,000 was raised and will be shared equally by the two organizations after expenses. A buffet dinner and an open bar were provided throughout the evening to go along with blackjack, roulette and a great night of racing. Arden Homestead Stable sponsored the bar, and Brittany Farms and the American Ideal Syndicate underwrote dessert. Table sponsors included Arch Madness, Cameo Hills Farm, Diamond Creek Farms, Jay Farrar, Ted Gewertz & Claire Chappell in memory of Charles Iannazzo, Hambletonian Society, Max Hempt, Mary Ellen & David McDuffee, Freehold Raceway, Marion Marauder Group, McWicked, Marcus Melander Stable, David Miller, Preferred Equine, Seelster Farms, Southwind Frank, Standardbred Horse Sales, Svanstedt Stable, Sweet Lou and the United States Trottting Association. Table co-sponsors were Tony Alagna, Jenn Bongiorno, George Brennan, Corey Callahan, Daniel Dube Stable, Dexter Dunn, Yannick Gingras, Erv Miller Stable, Julie & Andy Miller, Brian Sears, Nick Surick Stable, Tim Tetrick, Linda Toscano and Paula Wellwood. Raffle and auction items were donated by Murray Brown, Bob Boni/Bluestone Farms, Brian Cashman, Tom Charters, Callie Davies-Gooch, Mary Lou Dondarski, Moira Fanning, John Polvinale, The Hambletonian Society, The New Meadowlands, Standardbred Retirement Foundation and the Harness Racing Museum. Monetary donations were received from Suzie Dupler-Telle, Sugar Valley Farms and Todd Buter. The Museum is planning a major expansion project and the SRF is caring for nearly 400 horses. The money raised on August 2nd will be an important first step in achieving goals for both groups. This exceptional level of generosity by so many in the harness racing industry is profoundly appreciated by all those involved with the Museum and the SRF. A charitable event has been part of the Hambletonian festivities since 1991 and has raised a total of $1.4 million. by Janet Terhune, for the Harness Racing Museum  

Goshen, NY - Enjoy crafting fun and making memories at the Harness Racing Museum on Saturday, June 15th from 10:30 am -12:00 pm.   Create a father's day gift printing with paint and horseshoes to decorate a "DAD" T-shirt for father and "DAD'S LUCKY CHARM" T-shirt for child.   Design a card for that very special person in your life, play games and take a ride on the Museum's harness racing 3-D simulator.   Craft supplies and refreshments are included.   The cost is $8 per shirt and preregistration is required by June 13th.   Space and supplies are limited.   Programs are made possible with support from the USTA and the Agriculture & New York State Horse Development Fund. For further information about the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, the museum's educational workshops or children's birthday parties, please contact the Education Department at 845-294-6330 or e-mail at education@harnessmuseum.com, or visit our website at www.harnessmuseum.com. The museum is open daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. 240 Main Street, Goshen, NY  10924 ● 845-294-6330 ● Fax: 845-294-3463 ● www.harnessmuseum.com

The Harness Racing Museum has the following breedings available for mares not yet booked in 2019:   PACING STALLIONS Ohio - RACING HILL*, ART DIRECTOR, MANHARDT, MISTER BIG, SEMALU EXPRESS, WELL SAID, WE WILL SEE New York - DUDE’S THE MAN Pennsylvania - PACIFIC RENEGADE Ontario - ROYAL MATTJESTY, SPORTSWRITER Illinois - YANKEE SKYSCAPER   TROTTING STALLIONS Ohio - STORMIN NORMAND New York - DEWEYCHEATUMNHOWE, MANNINGLY, WHATAWORKOUT Pennsylvania - POSSESS THE WILL Ontario - ANGUS HALL Delaware - GLIDEMASTER Maryland - CHARLIE DE VIE Florida - DIAMOND GOAL   *RACING HILL is a new addition to the program as of April 12. To find out more information on these breedings contact Joanne Young at 845-294-6330 or development@harnessmuseum.com. If you have a breeding, or know someone not using a breeding, and want to donate to this important fundraiser we are happy to receive breedings throughout the spring. Duplicate breedings are acceptable.   Joanne Young

Goshen, NY – Bring the kids ages 3-12 to the Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame, located at 240 Main Street, Goshen, NY on Saturday, April 20, 2019 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for a fun-filled event of seasonally oriented crafts, horse-themed games, egg hunt and a ride on the Harness Racing 3-D Simulator, all for only $5.00 per child – and parents are free!  Spring is an exciting time when nature comes to life and fills with color!   During this event children will decorate an Easter tin for their candy and trinkets, make mini egg baskets, print with real horseshoes to create a flower design, hunt for eggs, enjoy tasty cookies, play horsey-themed games, and everyone will get a ride on the world’s only Harness Racing 3-D Simulator!  There will be many eggs to search for in the courtyard or around the Museum, depending on the weather.  The egg hunts begin at 12:00 p.m., divided by age groups – and every egg is a winner! Art supplies are limited, first come first served. Educational programs are made possible with support from the New York State Agriculture & Horse Development Fund.   For further information about the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, the Museum’s educational workshops or children’s birthday parties, please contact the Education Department at 845-294-6330, e-mail education@harnessmuseum.com or visit our website at www.harnessmuseum.com.   The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.    Janet Terhune

Goshen, NY - Bring the kids to the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, located at 240 Main Street, Goshen, NY on Sunday, February 17th from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm for an introduction to the Horse & Human Neurological Systems.   Did you ever wonder how a horse can feel a teensy weenie fly on its leg? We have the answer! Participants will learn through fun while decorating brain hats designating the function of different areas of the human brain, then they will compare the human brain to the design of the horse brain.   The entire horse neurological system design will be demonstrated with a 3-D computer program. Next, decoupage a horsey trinket can, play games and ride the 3-D Simulator. The cost for each child is $5 and free to parents, Scouts, 4-H and Pony Club members. Call to register by February 15th. Space is limited. Programs are made possible by the New York State Agriculture & Horse Development Fund. For further information about the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, the Museum's educational workshops or children's birthday parties, please contact the Education Department at 845-294-6330 or education@harnessmuseum.com. For information on all the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame events, please visit our website at www.harnessmuseum.com. The museum is open Tuesday-Sunday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. From the Harness Racing Museum    

Do you have a breeding that you won't be using this season? We have a home for it! We are lining up our stallion roster for the 2019 season and invite you to put your breedings to work for the benefit of all - the breeding donor, the mare owner and the Harness Racing Museum.   If you have not participated in this unique and important fundraiser by donating a breeding or placing a bid and would like more information, please contact Joanne Young at development@harnessmuseum.com or 845-294-6330. A complete list of the 2019 stallions, conditions and bid form will be posted next week at www.harnessmuseum.com under the Fundraisers tab. There is no limit on the number of breedings we will happily accept and in return we promise professional, dedicated attention to making the best possible arrangements. We want to thank those of you who have donated a breeding. To date the list of stallions includes Always A Virgin, Angus Hall, Art Director, Artiscape, Bring On The Beach, Charlie De Vie, Class Included, Conway Hall, Coraggioso, Diamond Goal, Domethatagain, Dream Away, Dude's The Man, EL Rocket, Glidemaster, Heston Blue Chip, JK Endofanera, Lis Mara, Lucky Chucky, Manhardt, Manningly, McArdle, Mister Big, Possess The Will, Royal Mattjesty, Sebastian K, So Surreal, Sportswriter, Stormin Norman, Third Straight, Triumphant Caviar, Well Said, Western Vintage, We Will See, Whataworkout, Woodstock, Yankee Cruiser and Yankee Skyscaper. If you have a breeding, or know someone not using a breeding, and want to donate to this important fundraiser please contact Joanne as soon as possible. The list of stallions and conditions will be available online, and via The Horseman And Fair World. The list will be updated as additional breedings are donated - please check the Museum website under the Fundraisers tab. Bids on these breedings must be called in, emailed or postmarked by Saturday, February 16, 2019. Any breedings not receiving successful bids may still be available after that date. We are happy to receive breedings throughout the spring and duplicate breedings are acceptable. Joanne Young

Goshen, NY - The harness racing community once again showed robust support for two of the sport's most important charities - The Harness Racing Museum and Hall of Fame and the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) - at a casino-themed fundraiser held on Hambletonian eve at The Meadowlands in East Rutherford. .The August 3 event, with presenting sponsorship from the Svanstedt Stable, Lennart Agren's SRF Stable and Meadowlands Racetrack, featured nearly 200 people playing casino games and vying in a poker tournament to win prizes that included an all-expenses paid trip to Las Vegas sponsored by Roberts Communications, an evening in Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman's box at the stadium, harness racing art, high tech devices and baskets of wine and spirits. Approximately $80,000 was raised and will be shared equally by both groups. A buffet dinner and an open bar was provided throughout the evening to go along with blackjack, roulette, craps and a great night of racing. Arden Homestead Stable sponsored the open bar, Charlie Keller and Yankeeland Farms sponsored the raffle and Marvin Katz underwrote dessert. The important work of both programs, preserving and presenting the history of the sport and assisting equine athletes after their racing days, was also supported by Brittany Farms and the American Ideal Syndicate, sponsor of many of the casino prizes. Other sponsors included Tony Alagna, Bill Augustine, Arch Madness, Burke Stable, George Brennan, Bluegrass Staking, Brian Brown Stable, Cameo Hills Farm, Corey Callahan, John and Paula Campbell, Diamond Creek Farms, Daniel Dube, Jay Farrar, Ted Gewertz and Claire Chappell, Hambletonian Society, Brad and Bonnie Grant, Yannick Gingras, Real Desire Syndicate, David McDuffee, Freehold Raceway, Mark Ford Training Center, Marion Marauder Group, McWicked, Erv Miller Stable, Julie and Andy Miller, Preferred Equine, Seelster Farms, Thestable.ca, Sweet Lou, Tim Tetrick, Brian Sears, Nick Surick, Linda Toscano, Howard Taylor, Paula Wellwood and Hambletonian winning driver Scott Zeron. Their generosity helped ensure that proceeds from participants' casino fees went directly to support the work of the Museum and the SRF. The Museum is planning a major expansion project and the SRF is caring for nearly 400 horses. The money raised on August 3 will be an important first step in achieving goals for both groups. A charitable event has been part of the Hambletonian festivities since 1991 and has raised a total of $1.4 million.  

Goshen, NY - Join the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame on Sunday, August 19th from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm and use sculpting tools to model air-dry terracotta clay into a bas-relief horse head tile.   At just $10 per person the event promises to be both fun and affordable for those ages 8 and up. Scouts, Pony Club and 4-H members participate for free. Preregistration required by August 16th. Programs are made possible with support from the USTA, NYS Agriculture & Horse Development Fund and the NYS Council on the Arts. For further information about the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, the Museum's educational programs or children's birthday parties, contact the Education Department at 845-294-6330, education@harnessmuseum.com, or visit our website at www.harnessmuseum.com. The museum is open daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. by Janet Terhune, for the Harness Racing Museum

Goshen, NY - Spend time with Mom crafting fun and making memories at the Harness Racing Museum on Saturday, May 12th from 10:30 am -12:00 pm. Make her mother's day gift together - decorate a model mare and foal with their own barn home and fence. All craft supplies will be provided just bring Mom and enjoy. Don't forget to shake things up with a ride on the Museum's harness racing 3-D simulator too. At just $15 per kit this event promises to be both creative and affordable for all ages. Preregistration required by May 4th and space is limited. Programs are made possible with support from the USTA, NYS Agriculture & Horse Development Fund and the NYS Council on the Arts. For further information about the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, the Museum's educational workshops or children's birthday parties, please contact the Education Department at 845-294-6330 or e-mail at education@harnessmuseum.com, or visit our website at www.harnessmuseum.com. The Museum is open daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, except Mondays. Kristin Roberts

Goshen, NY - Visit the Harness Racing Museum on Sunday, April 8th from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm for a presentation on the equine cardiovascular system and celebrate the season by creating a pony peat pot and planting some seeds. The cost for this event is $10 but is free to current Scouts, Pony Club and 4-H members. Reservations are required by April 5th. Programs are made possible with support from the NYS Agriculture & Horse Development Fund and the NYS Council on the Arts. For further information about the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, the Museum's educational workshops or children's birthday parties, please contact the Education Department at 845-294-6330 or e-mail at education@harnessmuseum.com, or visit our website at www.harnessmuseum.com. The Museum is open daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, except Mondays.    

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