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The August issue of Hoof Beats (USTA's monthly magazine) is the special Yearling Edition, which is packed with stories all about raising, selling and buying harness racing yearlings. The USTA has got so much great stuff in it that we couldn't wait to get it to you. Now you can access all the yearling-related stories from the August issue by downloading a free PDF version.

Even as Auckland Reactor gears up for battle and impresses the locals, and even as the major stakes season starts in a few days at Freehold Raceway, it's fair to say it has been another relatively grim week along the harness racing front in North America.

In ratings exclusive to Hoof Beats magazine, Stan Bergstein has ranked Sportswriter atop of the 2010 Experimental Championship Ratings for Pacers. Sportswriter, the Dan Patch Award winner as the nation's top 2-year-old pacing male, is predicted to pace a harness racing mile in 1:47.1.

Evan Pattak of Hoof Beats and Dave Briggs of the Canadian Sportsman were named the winners in the 48th edition of the John Hervey Awards for excellence in harness racing journalism, the U.S. Harness Writers Association announced today.

The season of giving and receiving will soon be in full swing, and Hoof Beats has a way you can enjoy both! It's the return of the popular buy one, get one free offer for Hoof Beats subscriptions -- an ideal way to share the enjoyment of harness racing's most colorful and informative monthly, and ideal to either give or receive as a holiday gift.

Hoof Beats, the renowned monthly magazine put out by the United States Trotting Association is offering all Harnesslink readers a chance to save up to 66% off their digital publication Hoof Beats Direct.

Have you ever wondered what it takes to become an owner of a harness horse? Anyone interested in owning a Standardbred and resides near Monticello or Goshen, NY is urged to attend a free seminar at Monticello Raceway on Sunday afternoon, July 27 sponsored by Monticello Raceway and the United States Trotting Association.

Little Brown Jug Showdown. Who Dominated In Delaware? Bret Hanover in 1965. Niatross in 1980. Life Sign in 1994. Each of these pacing stars posted dominating performances in winning The Little Brown Jug, but which Jug winner was the most dominant on Jug Day?

No amount of money could likely make trainer Kevin Lare and his partners part with the 2-year-old brother to Snow White, the 2007 2-Year-Old Trotting Filly of the Year.

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