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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.    

Do you have a harness racing breeding that you won't be using this season?   We have a home for it! We are lining up our stallion roster for the 2018 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. Donated breedings help further the Museum's Mission - to protect the past, support the present and promote the future of our great sport. If you have a breeding, or know someone who does, and want to donate to this important fundraiser please contact Joanne Young at development@harnessmuseum.com or 845-294-6330 as soon as possible. The amount of the payment received for the stallion breeding may be considered as a charitable contribution for income tax purposes by the donor. A complete list of the 2018 stallions, conditions and bid form will be posted in late January at www.harnessmuseum.com under the Fundraisers tab, on line and in issues of The Horseman And Fair World. 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. Bids on these breedings must be called in, emailed or postmarked by Saturday, February 10, 2018. Any breedings not receiving successful bids may still be available after that date. We want to thank those who have already donated for the upcoming breeding season. 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.  

Goshen, NY -- The Harness Racing Museum will open its doors free of charge on Saturday September 23, 2017, as part of Smithsonian magazine's thirteenth annual Museum Day Live!, an initiative in which participating museums across the United States emulate the spirit of the Smithsonian Institution's Washington DC-based facilities, which offer free admission every day, and open their doors for free to those who download a Museum Day Live! ticket. Smithsonian recognizes the extraordinary power of museums, and other cultural institutions, to provide visitors with insight and inspiration. The event represents a nationwide commitment to boundless curiosity and the pursuit of knowledge wherever you are. Over 200,000 people downloaded tickets for last year's event, and this year's event is expected to attract more museum-goers than ever before. "Building a shared vocabulary of art and history are essential to the formation of strong communities and that is why we feel it is so important for us to be involved with Smithsonian magazine's Museum Day Live!," said Harness Racing Museum director Janet Terhune. The Harness Racing Museum is located in the scenic village of Goshen, NY. The Tudor style architecture of the original 1913 stable, in which the museum is partially housed, provides the backdrop for displays of art and artifacts relating to the history of the American-born sport of harness racing and the Standardbred horse. Visitors experience interactive exhibitry, informative films and a timeline of the sport's history from its late 18th century New York roots through today. Visitors can also experience the thrill of racing first hand with a ride on the museum's 3D simulator. The Museum Day Live! ticket is available for download at Smithsonian.com/museumday. Visitors who present the Museum Day Live! ticket will gain free entrance for two at participating venues on September 23, 2017. One ticket per email address is permitted. For more information about Museum Day Live! 2017 and a full list of participating museums and cultural institutions, please visit Smithsonian.com/museumday. For further information about the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, please visit our website at www.harnessmuseum.com or call 845-294-6330. The Museum is located at 240 Main Street, Goshen, NY and is open daily from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. About Smithsonian Media Smithsonian Media is comprised of its flagship publication, Smithsonian magazine, Air & Space magazine, Smithsonian Books, and the Smithsonian Media Digital Network. In addition, Smithsonian Media oversees the Smithsonian Institution's interest in the Smithsonian Channel, a joint venture between the Smithsonian Institution and CBS/Showtime. Smithsonian Media is a division of Smithsonian Enterprises, the revenue-generating business unit of the Smithsonian Institution. The Smithsonian Institution is the world's largest museum and research complex consisting of 20 museums and galleries, the National Zoological Park, and nine research facilities. Approximately 30 million people from around the world visit the museums annually. (smithsonian.com / si.edu) PRESS CONTACT Kristin Stiles | High10 Media, for Smithsonian magazine Museum Day Live! Kristin@high10media.com | 212-918-2026      

The Harness Racing Museum still has breedings available for the 2017 season.   If you recently acquired new breeding stock or have a maiden filly not ready for racing we may have the perfect match!   If you have not already booked your mares the following breedings are available and interested parties are urged to contact the Museum as soon as possible at 845-294-6330 or email Joanne Young at development@harnessmuseum.com.   The complete list by state and gait (trotters in italics): OHIO Trotters: Break The Bank K, Coraggioso, Deep Chip, Dejarmbro, Flex The Muscle, Spring Goal Pacers: Big Bad John, Mister Big, Powerful Toy, Three Olives, Well Said, We Will See, Woodstock PENNSYLVANIA Trotter: Calchips Brute NEW YORK Trotters: Lucky Chucky, Mutineer, Whataworkout Pacers: Artiscape ONTARIO Trotters: Glidemaster, Holiday Road INDIANA Trotter: Class Included MARYLAND Trotter: Four Starz Robro NEW JERSEY Pacers: Great Vintage, Lis Mara For additional information on the available breedings please contact Joanne Young at (845) 294-6330, development@harnessmuseum.com.  All bids are confidential.  

The Harness Racing Museum thanks all donors and bidders for a successful auction. If you have not already booked your mares, the following breedings are still available and interested parties are urged to contact the Museum as soon as possible at 845-294-6330 or email Joanne Young at development@harnessmuseum.com. The complete list by state and gait (trotters in italics): OHIO Trotters: Break The Bank K, Deep Chip, Dejarmbro, Coraggioso, Flex The Muscle, Spring Goal, Stormin Normand Pacers: Big Bad John, Bring On The Beach, Domethatagain, McArdle, Mister Big, Powerful Toy, Three Olives, Well Said, Western Vintage, We Will See, Woodstock PENNSYLVANIA Trotter: Calchips Brute NEW YORK Trotters: Lucky Chucky, Manningly, Mutineer Pacers: Artiscape ONTARIO Trotters: Angus Hall, Glidemaster, Holiday Road INDIANA Trotter: Class Included MARYLAND Trotter: Four Starz Robro NEW JERSEY Pacers: Great Vintage, Lis Mara DELAWARE Pacers: Delmarvalous, Nuclear Breeze   For additional information on the available breedings or to donate breedings please contact Joanne Young at (845) 294-6330, development@harnessmuseum.com. All bids are confidential. Some breedings have minimum bids that must be honored and may require approval of mares. Please contact Joanne for details.

Do you have a breeding that you won't be using this harness racing breeding season? We have a home for it! We are lining up our stallion roster for the 2017 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 2017 stallions, conditions and bid form will be posted in late January 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 for the 2017 Harness Racing Museum stallion breeding auction. To date the list of stallions includes Angus Hall, Artiscape, Class Included, Conway Hall, Coraggioso, Creatine, Dejarmbro, Dragon Again, Glidemaster, Great Vintage, JK Endofanera, Lucky Chucky, McArdle, So Surreal, Stormin Norman, Well Said, Western Shore, Western Vintage, We Will See, Whataworkout and Woodstock. If you have a breeding, or know someone not using a breeding, and want to donate to this important fundraiser please contact Joanne Young at development@harnessmuseum.com or 845-294-6330 as soon as possible. The list of stallions and conditions will be available online, at the Tattersalls Sale on January 16, and in January 25th issue of 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 11, 2017. 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 845-294-6330

The Harness Racing Museum thanks all donors and bidders for a successful auction. If you have not already booked your mares the following breedings are still available and interested parties are urged to contact the Museum as soon as possible at 845-294-6330 or email Joanne Young at development@harnessmuseum.com. The complete list by state and gait (trotters in italics): OHIO Trotters: Break The Bank K, Cash Hall, Stormin Normand, Valley Victor Pacers: Charley Barley, Cheyenne Rei, Panspacificflight, Running Book, Woodstock, Yankee Cruiser   PENNSYLVANIA Trotters: Donato Hanover, Winning Mister Pacers: Pass The Deck   NEW YORK Trotters: Conway Court, Deweycheatumnhowe, Manningly, Muscles Yankee Pacers: Heston Blue Chip, Lislea   ONTARIO Trotters: Angus Hall, Glidemaster, Holiday Road   MARYLAND Trotters: Charlie DeVie, Four Starz Robro, Groton Hall, Holy Guacamolie Pacers: The Fraternity Pan, Totally Western, Up Front Charlie   INDIANA Pacers: Proper Respect   DELAWARE Trotters: CR Commando Pacer: Dream Away   NEW JERSEY Pacer: If I Can Dream   MICHIGAN Trotters: Colie's Pacer: Manhardt   ILLINOIS Pacers: Corner Blitz, Yankee Skyscaper For additional information on the available breedings or to donate breedings please contact Joanne Young at (845) 294-6330, development@harnessmuseum.com. All bids are confidential. Some breedings have minimum bids that must be honored and may require approval of mares. Please contact Joanne for details.

February 14 is fast approaching and that is the last day to bid on an outstanding roster of stallions whose services have been donated to the Harness Racing Museum for the 2015 season. New arrivals to this list include trotters Break The Bank K, and full brothers Detour Hanover and Hall of Fame inductee Donato Hanover (2014). Recently added pacing sires are Corner Blitz, Nuclear Breeze, Pass The Deck and So Surreal. The complete list by state and gait (trotters in italics): OHIO Trotters: Break The Bank K, Cash Hall, Jurgen Hanover, Stormin Normand, Triumphant Caviar, Valley Victor Pacers: Big Bad John, Charley Barley, Cheyenne Rei, Dragon Again, McArdle, Mister Big, Panspacificflight, Running Book, Shark Gesture, Western Vintage, We Will See, Woodstock, Yankee Cruiser PENNSYLVANIA Trotters: Detour Hanover, Donato Hanover, Winning Mister Pacers: I Am A Fool, May I Say, Pass The Deck, Tuffofthetoughest NEW YORK Trotters: Conway Court, Lucky Chucky, Manningly Pacers: Heston Blue Chip, Lislea, So Surreal ONTARIO Trotters: Angus Hall, Glidemaster, Holiday Road Pacers: Betterthancheddar, Big Jim MARYLAND Trotters: Charlie DeVie, Four Starz Robro, Groton Hall, Holy Guacamolie Pacers: Nuclear Breeze, The Fraternity Pan, Totally Western, Up Front Charlie INDIANA Trotters: Encore Encore, Guccio Pacers: Always A Virgin, Proper Respect DELAWARE Trotter: CR Commando Pacer: Dream Away NEW JERSEY Pacer: If I Can Dream MICHIGAN Trotter: Colie's Pacer: Manhardt ILLINOIS Pacers: Corner Blitz, Yankee Skyscaper For additional information on the auction, to donate breedings, or to receive a complete list of stallions and conditions for bidding, please contact Joanne Young at (845) 294-6330, development@harnessmuseum.com or visit www.harnessmuseum.com, where updates will also be posted. All bids are confidential and must be postmarked by Saturday, February 14. Some breedings have minimum bids that must be honored and may require approval of mares. Please contact Joanne for these details. We presently have two breedings for each of the following: Charlie DeVie, Valley Victor, Heston Blue Chip, Woodstock and Yankee Cruiser. Breedings not receiving acceptable bids will be available February 16. The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is located at 240 Main Street in Goshen, N.Y. and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last tour 4 p.m.). Thanks to USTA support, the Museum is currently offering free admission for walk-in visitors and group docent-guided tours at a minimal charge per person. For additional information about the Museum, its membership program, special events and educational programs please call (845) 294-6330 or visit www.harnessmuseum.com.  For further information, please contact Joanne Young (845) 294-6330  

Goshen, NY - The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is inviting Immortal nominations for the Class of 2015. All Museum members, in good standing, have the privilege of nominating persons and horses who they feel have made a significant contribution to the sport of harness racing. The nominees must be deceased THREE years or more to be eligible for consideration. Nominations must include a complete biography of the subject and detailed harness racing career statistics, when applicable. Nominations must be postmarked no later than March 1, 2015. They may be emailed on or before that date to director@harnessmuseum.com or mailed to the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, 240 Main Street, Goshen, NY 10924. Last year in July, the Immortals Nominating Committee announced that the trustees of the Museum had endorsed the election of stallion Garland Lobell and driver Jimmy Jordan. On Sunday, July 5, 2015, "Hall of Fame Day," these significant contributors to the sport of harness racing will be inducted into the Hall of Immortals during ceremonies held under the tent on the Museum lawn. - Born and raised in Illinois, driver Jimmy Jordan (1905-1977) made the state of Maine his home until being recruited by newly-established Roosevelt Raceway. Jordan was one of the first drivers to relocate and stable at Roosevelt at the beginning of nightly harness racing in New York. In the late 1940s and 1950s, Jordan was one of the sport's most popular drivers and enjoyed national ranking in just about every driving category at one time or another during his career. In 1965 he became only the 14th driver in history to win over $3 million in purses. -  Garland Lobell (1981-2011) currently ranks as the twelfth-leading moneywinning trotting sire of all time, with total foal earnings of nearly $51 million. Three of his offspring rank in the top eleven all-time moneywinning trotting sires, with total foal earnings among them of more than $206 million. As a broodmare sire, Garland Lobell has 214 $100,000 winners, and earnings of over $76 million. He was inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame in 2005. If you would like further information on the 2014 inductees or the induction ceremony and the events leading up to it, please contact the Museum at 845-294-6330 or visit our website, www.harnessmuseum.com. The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is located at 240 Main Street in Goshen, NY and is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm (last tour 4:00 pm). Thanks to U.S. Trotting Association support the Museum is currently offering free admission for walk-in visitors and group docent-guided tours at a minimal charge per person. For additional information about the Museum, its membership program, special events and educational programs, please call 845-294-6330 or visit www.harnessmuseum.com.          

The Harness Racing Museum is pleased to announce an exceptional roster of stallions for the 2015 breeding auction.   By state and gait Ohio's trotting sires are Cash Hall, Jurgen Hanover, Stormin Normand, Triumphant Caviar and Valley Victor. The pacing gait is represented by Big Bad John, Charlie Barley, Cheyenne Rei, Dragon Again, McArdle, Mister Big, Panspacificflight, Running Book, Shark Gesture, Western Vintage, We Will See, Woodstock and Yankee Cruiser.   New York trotters available for service are Conway Court, Lucky Chucky and Manningly with pacers Heston Blue Chip and Lislea.   Pennsylvania provides trotter Winning Mister and pacer Tuffofthetoughest.   Ontario is represented by trotting sires Angus Hall, Glidemaster and Holiday Road and pacing stallions Betterthancheddar and Big Jim.   Maryland trotters available are Charlie De Vie, Four Starz Robro, Groton Hall and Holy Guacamolie, while The Fraternity Pan, Totally Western and Up Front Charlie are pacing stallions offered.   Indiana offers trotters Encore Encore and Guccio and pacers Always A Virgin and Proper Respect.   Delaware provides trotter Cr Commando and pacing sire Dream Away.   New Jersey offers pacing sire If I Can Dream.   Michigan is represented by trotter Colie's and pacing sire Manhardt.   Illinois provides pacing sire Yankee Skyscaper.   Income raised by the auction, about $607,000 over the past 16 years, supports the Museum's General Operating Fund and helps to ensure quality services, special exhibitions, traveling exhibits, promotional support and educational programming for children and adults. Our efforts also help to encourage new owners and fans!   For additional information on the auction, to donate breedings, or to receive a complete list of stallions and conditions for bidding, please contact Joanne Young at 845.294.6330, development@harnessmuseum.com or visit www.harnessmuseum.com, where updates will also be posted. Bids must be postmarked by February 14, 2015.   The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame is located at 240 Main Street in Goshen, N.Y. and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last tour 4 p.m.). Thanks to USTA support, the Museum is currently offering free admission for walk-in visitors and group docent-guided tours at a minimal charge per person. For additional information about the Museum, its membership program, special events and educational programs please call (845) 294-6330 or visit www.harnessmuseum.com.  

Mark your calendar to attend the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame's annual Holiday Concert on Thursday, December 4th. This member benefit event will be held in the Museum's William R. Haughton Memorial Hall. We are delighted to again welcome the Yuletide Carolers, sponsored by Robert Boni of Northwood Bloodstock in memory of John A. Cashman, Jr. Wearing authentic Victorian attire, the carolers will greet concert goers at the Museum entrance from 6:30 - 6:50 p.m. singing a number of the best-loved carols. Goshen High School's Varsity Choir and Jazz Voices Ensemble will also return for this special occasion. The Yuletide Carolers will join the Varsity Choir and the Jazz Voices in Haughton Hall at 7:00 p.m. The evening will end with lively audience participation in the concert's annual version of "The Twelve Days of Christmas." Arrive early to enjoy our holiday tree trimmed with horsey ornaments, tour the Museum with its festive halls and stalls, and check out the new exhibits that have been installed since last year's concert. After the concert Edie Haughney, of Amerprise Financial Services in Montebello, will be providing a holiday dessert table for the enjoyment of all. A visit to the Museum is never complete without a stop at the Winner's Circle Gift Shop for the perfect holiday gift. Concert goers and shoppers will enjoy a 10% discount prior to the show. Concert admission is $3.00 per person, and is waived for Museum members. Non-members who bring a new unwrapped toy for the Marines' "Toys for Tots" program receive a $1.00 admission discount. As seating is limited we recommend making reservations as soon as possible. The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program distributes toys as Christmas gifts to needy children in the community. If you are unable to attend the concert, we invite you to drop off a new unwrapped toy in the Museum's main lobby from now until Friday, December 19 between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily. Help make a child happy this holiday season! If you have not booked your holiday party, there are a few dates still available. Call Gigi Ryan for details about this unique setting for all your special occasions. The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, located at 240 Main Street in Goshen,NY, is open daily from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. There is no charge for regular admission, thanks to the members of the U.S. Trotting Association. For further information on the holiday festivities and the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, its services to the sport and the local community, please call (845) 294-6330 or visit www.harnessmuseum. The Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, located at 240 Main Street in Goshen,NY, is open daily from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. There is no charge for regular admission, thanks to the members of the U.S. Trotting Association. For further information on the holiday festivities and the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, its services to the sport and the local community, please call (845) 294-6330 or visit www.harnessmuseum. From the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame

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