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Columbus, OH — District 12 of the U.S. Trotting Association Board of Directors announced Tuesday (May 5) that Ashley Tetrick has been selected to replace John Brennan as a director for the organization. Brennan, who was a USTA director for 23 years and chairman of District 12, died March 10. Tetrick’s term will begin immediately and will run until the next District 12 meeting, which has yet to be determined, but typically is held in late fall. “Ashley mentioned to Jacquie (Ingrassia) that she would be interested,” said new District 12 Chairman Jeff Gregory. “We discussed it, and both felt that she would be a good fit. She’s young, has fresh ideas and is not afraid to speak her mind and she’s replacing a guy who also wasn’t afraid to speak his mind. “She’ll fit into the seat very well because she’s well-versed and knowledgeable about our industry and wants to participate,” added Gregory. An owner and breeder, Tetrick is the wife of Hall of Fame driver Tim Tetrick. She is well known for creating and managing the highly successful Tetrick Racing brand and social media platforms as well as her passion regarding horse aftercare. “It is an honor to be a part of the U.S. Trotting Association as a board member,” said Tetrick. “After attending my first USTA annual meeting, I was inspired and wanted to use my knowledge to help our sport. John Brennan and I were very good friends and for many years he suggested that I take the leap to be on this board. Through his passing, I hope that I can become an asset to our business and make him proud.” A graduate of Purdue University with a degree in business marketing, Tetrick worked as the marketing and sales director for Frank’s Pharmacy, a respected equine pharmaceutical company, for six years before her daughter Trysta was born. In 2015, she created “Tetrick Racing” to promote the brand to fans through numerous social media platforms that now have more than 30,000 followers. Later, she added “” that promotes branded clothing with sales in the U.S. and 18 different countries. Tetrick was a guest speaker at the 2015 World Trotting Conference in Australia when she traveled there with her husband Tim, who finished third in the World Driving Championship while representing the U.S. She is a former world champion barrel racer who has combined her love for riding, racing and marketing of harness racing to fans all over the world. Tetrick joins Gregory, Ingrassia, Chris McErlean and Jason Settlemoir on the USTA Board of Directors for District 12. from the USTA Communications Department

Washington, PA — Had they met as 3-year-olds, champion trotters Moni Maker and Muscle Hill could have helped settle the debate as the greatest of them all. But since they raced a decade or so apart, it will be up to harness racing fans to decide who was better. What started with a bracket of 32 world-renowned Standardbreds comes down to Moni Maker versus Muscle Hill in the championship of the Greatest of All-Time Challenge. Fans can cast their final vote from Wednesday-Friday (May 6-8), via the Harness Racing FanZone twitter page. Voting will close Friday at 9 a.m. (EDT) for the contest sponsored by Omega Alpha. Moni Maker was a three-time Trotter of the Year in North America from 1998-2000 and went on to become an international star before she retired as the top-earning Standardbred of all-time with $5.58 million in the bank and 67 wins in 105 starts. Muscle Hill was a two-time Breeders Crown winner in the late 2000s, Horse of the Year in the U.S. and Canada and a $3.27 million earner with 20 wins in 21 starts — all by one length or more. Both were inducted into the U.S. Harness Racing Hall of Fame a decade apart. But it was their prowess at age 3 that launched both trotters toward super stardom. Moni Maker won 18 consecutive races as a sophomore for trainer William Andrews. Muscle Hill, a $55,000 yearling purchase trained by Greg Peck, was undefeated in 12 starts as a sophomore, including a six length win in the Hambletonian and a single-season record $2.45 million in earnings. It didn’t end there. Moni Maker won 21 races and $2 million over the next two seasons, setting world records in Sweden’s Elitloppet and Denmark’s Copenhagen Cup. Muscle Hill was retired to stud, where his first seven foal crops produced nine millionaires, making him the leading trotting sire four years running. Their latest fete was advancing through the Greatest of All-Time Challenge semifinals. Moni Maker received 55.7 percent of the 228 votes cast to edge pacing star Niatross (37-for-39, $2 million), winner of the 1980 Meadowlands Pace, the sport’s first $1 million race. Muscle Hill edged Mack Lobell, a three-time Breeders Crown winner and the best horse Hall of Famer John Campbell said he ever drove. — printed with permission from

Columbus, OH — The 2020 version of the U.S. Trotting Association’s rule book is now available on the USTA harness racing website by clicking here and will be available via the USTA Rule Book App found on Apple iTunes and Google Play stores by searching “USTrotting” in the coming weeks. Following are highlights of the new rules in the updated 2020 Rule Book: • An extended pari-mutuel meet is now defined as a meeting with no agricultural fair in progress with an annual total of six days or more with pari-mutuel wagering. • Gene doping is defined and prohibited. • Extensive language regarding racetrack maintenance has been added. • A renewing trainer whose license has been expired for more than three years will be required to submit supplemental information prior to licensing approval. • Drivers will be required to register driving colors prior to being upgraded from a qualifying/fair to a provisional license. • The rule regarding the registration of Non-Standard horses has been modified. • To ensure the fitness of riders participating in Racing Under Saddle races, each rider must qualify or go an official workout at least once each calendar year prior to the start of any Racing Under Saddle race. Likewise, a horse must qualify or go an official workout each calendar year prior to racing. The entire list of adopted rule changes, which became effective on May 1, 2020 may be found here. by Michele Kopiec, USTA Racetrack Operations & Licensing Manager

Columbus, OH — The U.S. Trotting Association, in conjunction with EquineX, has announced a new weekly harness racing video series entitled “A Look Back at Grand Circuit History” beginning on Friday (May 1). The ‘Look Back’ will allow viewers to reminisce about some of harness racing’s greatest historical moments throughout the years. The replays will be viewable on the USTA Facebook Page and USTA YouTube Channel. Following is the schedule for the “A Look Back at Grand Circuit History” series: Friday, May 1 – 2019 Dexter Cup won by Osterc Friday, May 15 – 2005 Arthur J. Cutler Memorial won by Mr Muscleman Friday, May 22 – 2019 Graduate Final won by Lather Up Tuesday, May 26 – 1998 Elitloppet won by Moni Maker Friday, May 29 – 2015 Molson Pace (Camluck Classic) won by State Treasurer Friday, June 5 – 2015 Battle of Lake Erie won by Foiled Again To watch the videos, visit the USTA Facebook Page by clicking here or the USTA YouTube Channel by clicking here. from the USTA Communications Department

Paul Fontaine, the former Chairman of the Board of the USTA, openly discusses his recent letter to the United States Trotting Association regarding the investigation and outing of harness racing cheaters in our sport.   Fontaine also discusses his reasons behind his request for an immediate recall of the newly appointed USTA Chairman of the Board.   Hear about this Earthshaking news on this weeks exciting alumni show.   Paul Fontaine on Alumni Show - YouTube_            

Racetracks and horse owners eligible for PPP loans under new guidance from the SBA Friday, April 24, 2020, from the Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association Owings Mills, MD — The Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association announced Friday, April 24 that the Small Business Administration today has issued new guidance clarifying that racetracks and small entities such as horse ownership entities are eligible for loans under the Paycheck Protection Loan Program. The new guidance is as follows: “d. Part III.2.b. of the Third PPP Interim Final Rule (85 FR 21747, 21751) is revised to read as follows: Are businesses that receive revenue from legal gaming eligible for a PPP Loan? A business that is otherwise eligible for a PPP Loan is not rendered ineligible due to its receipt of legal gaming revenues, and 13 CFR 120.110(g) is inapplicable to PPP loans. Businesses that received illegal gaming revenue remain categorically ineligible. On further consideration, the Administrator, in consultation with the Secretary, believes this approach is more consistent with the policy aim of making PPP loans available to a broad segment of U.S. businesses.” This guidance makes clear that while the exclusion for entities that receive revenue from legal gambling activities does not apply, the entity must still satisfy the other loan requirements. We are grateful to the NTRA and THA representatives on Capitol Hill for getting this done. Dan Leary Director of Marketing and Communications U.S. Trotting Association | 6130 S. Sunbury Rd. | Westerville, OH 43081-3909

Columbus, OH — The 2020 Yearling Nomination Book (for harness racing foals of 2019) is now available to be mailed out. Pre-orders are currently being shipped and will be completed early this week. The book contains conditions and information to nominate yearlings to various North American stakes, as well as a chronological payment schedule. Orders for the book can be placed through the USTA store or via your USTA MyAccount (available for both USTA members and non-members) by signing in, clicking ‘Click here to view products available from the USTA Store’ and choosing ‘Publications.’ Conditions will be available online at May 4. by Jessica Schroeder, USTA Membership Enrichment and Outreach Coordinator

Columbus, OH — The 2020 ‘Greatest Horse of All Time’ tournament, presented by Omega Alpha Equine, was narrowed down to a harness racing field of eight when voting concluded on Friday (April 17). Last week: There were several close match-ups during the Sweet 16 round, but one of the closest throughout the week was Wiggle It Jiggleit versus Sweet Lou. Both champions during their own era, it came down to the final hours to determine a winner with Wiggle It Jiggleit winning by a 14 percent margin. Another feature of the Sweet 16 was the battle of the damsels, where 2019 Horse of the Year Shartin N squared off with 2017 Horse of the Year Hannelore Hanover. Shartin N would prevail with 65.2 percent of the 198 votes casts in the division. The complete bracket, with week two results, can be viewed here. This week: The Elite 8 round of the tournament, which kicks off on Wednesday (April 22), pits some of harness racing’s past champions versus some of harness racing’s present champions. The great Moni Maker will take on the world renowned Somebeachsomewhere, pitting one of the greatest trotters of all-time versus arguably one of the greatest pacers of all-time. The biggest match-up of harness racing’s past champions sets up on the right side of the bracket where Nihilator will take on Mack Lobell. Votes can be cast by visiting the Harness Racing FanZone Twitter page by clicking here. Voting closes on Friday at 9 a.m. April 22, 2020, from the USTA Communications Department

Batavia, NY --- Todd Haight, who is the Director and General Manager of Live Harness Racing at Batavia Downs, was named the interim Chairman of United States Trotting Association District 8 region on Friday (Apr. 17). Haight will replace long time District 8 chairman Michael Kane, who resigned earlier this year. Haight was elected by his peers to his first term as a director during voting held back in January of this year and was assigned to the Communications/Marketing, Pari-Mutuel and Regulatory committees. He was again voted by his peers to the chairman position last week. District 8 covers all of New York State as far south as Orange County. The roster of current directors include Kim Crawford, Mark Ford, John Matarazzo, Ray Schnittker, Mike Torcello and Scott Warren. "I want to thank Mike Kane for the outstanding job he did during his tenure as chair. Having worked with Mike for many years, I feel the transition to his position should be seamless. I'm honored to take over and look forward to working with USTA President Russell Williams, Chairman Joe Faraldo, Vice-chair Mark Loewe and all the USTA directors," said Haight. "Despite the unprecedented times we are all currently working through, I feel that harness racing will return to the sports scene very soon and regain its popularity once again. And in my new role I plan on doing whatever I can to be a part of that resurgence in New York and across North America." Kelly Young is the Executive Director at Agriculture and New York State Horse Breeding Development Fund and oversees the operations of the New York Sire Stakes. She works closely with the chairman of District 8 during the stakes year as well as running the awards banquet in the fall. Young has worked with Haight for many years and looks forward to further concerted state racing promotional efforts with him in his new role. "I have been pleased to work with Todd for nearly two decades at Batavia Downs and am excited to welcome him to, and work with him in this new role leading Upstate New York. I would also like to thank outgoing chairman Mike Kane for his collaboration and leadership over the years," said Young. Haight started his career with Western Regional OTB in 1998 when they became the new owners of Batavia Downs. He then served in various positions at the track before taking over as the director and general manager of racing in May of 2011. - Tim Bojarski 716-572-1801 COB - United States Harness Writers Association Hoof Beats Magazine Columnist Standardbred Owners of Massachusetts Publicist Plainridge Park Publicist Batavia Downs Publicist and Track Handicapper     "Show class, have pride and display character. If you do, winning takes care of itself" -Paul "Bear" Bryant    

Columbus, OH — The U.S. Trotting Association, in conjunction with Off And Pacing, will be kicking off a harness racing series of simulated stakes races, starting on Friday (April 17) at 1 p.m. Utilizing technology created by Ryan Clements and software developer The Farm, selected stakes races that have been postponed due to COVID-19 will now be simulated and presented through Clements’ Off And Pacing platform. USTA social media coordinator and co-host of the Mike and Mike show, Michael Carter, will handicap and call the simulated races. The racing action kicks off on Friday, with horses eligible to the Blue Chip Matchmaker Series competing at a virtual Yonkers Raceway. With the extensive stakes schedule, this will allow for some of these races to play out on the racetrack. “We are very excited to partner with the USTA in bringing the Blue Chip Matchmaker to the virtual track,” said Clements. “I know all of us are missing the real thing, so we hope this will provide some entertainment in the meantime while we look forward to racing’s return. This particular field of horses and drivers should make for a great race and I’m excited to see what happens. We look forward to continuing to explore ways we can partner with the USTA to create fun and innovation.” The simulated race can be viewed via the USTA Facebook page at this link. 2020 Blue Chip Matchmaker Series Simulated Race PP-Horse-Driver 1. Apple Bottom Jeans-Corey Callahan 2. Seaswift Joy N-Jim Marohn Jr. 3. Shecandance N-Scott Zeron 4. Write Me A Song-Brian Sears 5. Caviart Ally-Andrew McCarthy 6. Snobbytown-George Brennan 7. Shartin N-Tim Tetrick 8. Bettor Joy N-Dexter Dunn from the USTA Communications Department

Columbus, OH — The 2020 U.S. Trotting Association Board of Directors Annual Meeting, which was conducted through a series of teleconferences, concluded Thursday (April 9) with the closing session of the full board. Among the highlights of the annual harness racing meeting were the election of some new officers, approval of the 2020 budget as well as new rules that will take effect on May 1, plus the announcement of a new location for the 2021 annual meeting. Teleconferences were required for all committee and board meetings after the COVID-19 outbreak forced the cancellation of the meetings that were scheduled for March 13-16 in Columbus, Ohio. Following is the schedule of the meetings that were held during the past two weeks: Racing and Registration Committees on Tuesday (March 31); Rules Committee on Thursday (April 2); Finance Committee on Friday (April 3); Executive Committee on Tuesday (April 7) with the annual meeting concluding with the full Board of Directors general session on Thursday (April 9). Following are the results of the officers’ elections: In the election of the new chairman of the board, District 8A Chairman Joe Faraldo defeated District 9 Chairman Don Marean, who abdicated his USTA vice-chairman position to run. Faraldo replaces District 3 Chairman Ivan Axelrod, who did not seek reelection. District 7 Director Mark Loewe defeated District 4 Chairman Gabe Wand for vice chairman, and District 5 Director Jim Miller defeated District 1 Director Donald “Skip” Hoovler for treasurer. Sally Stauffer was unopposed as secretary while President Russell Williams, whose term expires in 2023, remains in that position. Among the newly adopted rules were:  Rule 4.70 Gene Doping – prohibiting the non-therapeutic use of gene therapy to improve performance,  Rule 5.19 Racetrack Maintenance – that sets specific standards for staffing, grading, material for surface cushion and conditioning of the track at all extended pari-mutuel tracks with the requirement that racetrack operators must ensure that those standards are maintained, and  Rule 17.07 Contents of Application for Trainer’s License – that, effective Jan. 1, 2021, will require new trainer applicants to be a USTA member and to show evidence of at least three consecutive years of experience as a groom or trainer licensed by a state racing commission or be issued a Limited license. These approved regulations will now be circulated to the various racing commissions and to the Association of Racing Commissioners International for adoption into their model rules. To see the complete list of rule changes, click here. In his concluding remarks, USTA President Russell Williams discussed the difficult times that the harness racing industry and its participants are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “At the end of our meetings I always like to say what (former USTA President) Corwin Nixon used to say, ‘This is the best meeting we’ve ever had,” said President Russell Williams. “When we look at the present landscape, it’s tempting to say that this was the worst meeting we’ve ever had. Almost our entire sport is shut down. It is not too much to say that death walks among us. But that’s not the whole story, at all,” added Williams. “The United States Trotting Association Board of Directors and staff have conducted themselves with courage, with wisdom, with dedication, and with compassion. I consider it a true privilege to be associated with you all. “The spirit that we have shown makes this, by far, the best meeting that we’ve ever had. Let us go forward in this spirit. We shall find a way to win,” concluded Williams. Outgoing Chairman Ivan Axelrod closed the meeting by announcing that the 2021 annual meeting will be held March 12-15 in Columbus, Ohio, at a new location, the Sheraton Columbus Hotel at Capitol Square located downtown at 75 East State Street. from the USTA Communications Department  

On behalf of the U.S. Harness Racing Alumni Association/Show and Crawford Farms we send our gratitude to the United States Trotting Association's board of directors and members for endorsing the passage of the Safeguard American Foods Export Act (SAFE Act H.R. 961). The Safeguard American Food Exports (SAFE) Act, H.R. 961/S. 2006, introduced by U.S. Reps. Jan Schakowsky, D-Ill., and Vern Buchanan, R-Fla., in the U.S. House and U.S. Senators Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., and Bob Menendez, D-N.J., in the U.S. Senate. If passed, the bill would ban the slaughter of horses in America for human consumption and ban their export for slaughter abroad. The bill was discussed and unanimously approved during the USTA's Executive Committee meeting on Tuesday (April 7) and made official upon the conclusion of the Association's closing general session of its Board of Directors annual meeting on Thursday (April 9). The bill currently has 229 House co-sponsors. "We are grateful to the USTA for this decision to support the SAFE Act which will end our Standardbred horses from this cruelty." Michelle Crawford & Freddie Hudson      

Columbus, OH — Horse owner and Fazoli’s President and CEO Carl Howard spoke with U.S. Trotting Association Social Media and Publicity Coordinator Wendy Ross on Monday (April 6) in a remote interview about the challenges facing harness racing horsemen and businesses during the current coronavirus pandemic. Howard, who has become very familiar with many important elements of the federal stimulus legislation for his regular job as the head of a national company with 216 restaurants in 27 different states, shares valuable knowledge that can be very useful for horsemen facing the challenges of current conditions with all racing in the U.S. cancelled. Watch the interview here. For information on EIDL or PPP loans provided by the federal stimulus legislation, click here. And to find out more about Fazoli’s COVID-19 response, click here. from the USTA Communications Department

Following is a letter sent to U.S. Trotting Association President Russell Williams and his response to five prominent harness horsemen — George Segal, Marvin Katz, Steve Stewart, Myron Bell and Richard Alan Arnold — who called for action from the industry because it “owes a debt and profound obligation to two essential and dependent constituencies without whom our sport cannot exist: the Wagering Public and our beloved Standardbred Race horses.” Letter to Russell Williams from Segal, Katz, Stewart, Bell and Arnold March 19, 2020 Mr. Russell Williams President United States Trotting Association 6130 S. Sunbury Road Westerville, OH 43081-9309 Dear Mr. Williams: As Owners, Breeders and caretakers of Standardbred race horses, we owe a debt and profound obligation to two essential and dependent constituencies without whom our sport cannot exist: the Wagering Public and our beloved Standardbred Race horses. Both are totally dependent on the integrity and good faith adherence to the tenants of our sport by the vast majority of our sport’s participants who understand the need for honesty and humanity. In addition, both require exclusion of cheaters who violate them. Harness Racing has a devoted following to whom we all owe a duty of transparency and integrity. The work of a cheater doping horses in the shadows of the shed row is neither transparent nor honest. And worse, it is an unconscionable abuse of our noble charges. This chemical subterfuge, though apparently practiced by a distinct few undermines our sport and requires those honest participants who are in the vast majority standing up and saying enough. Although, the wagering public and our racehorses are both essential to our sport, there is one very important difference. The public can vote with their pocketbooks by moving away from the sport if they are displeased. But our beloved race horses cannot choose to leave if they are abused. For those of us who breed, raise, train, race and care for these magnificent animals, know that horses love to interact and develop relationships with humans who treat them well; and these noble beasts excel at performing in the manner they were bred to do. Those loveable characteristics of the racehorse makes it criminal to abuse these wonderful creatures or stand silent when others are doing so. The recent indictments of 29 members of the Horse Racing Industry by the Department of Justice was both shocking and depressingly disappointing. Common sense tells us these 29 individuals who were indicted are unlikely to be the only participants in our sport who may be responsibly charged with violating laws protecting our wonderful racehorses and the Betting Public. A crisis is upon us and make no mistake, the general public is watching. Two very different newspapers, the Washington Post and the (Louisville) Courier Journal, each published sobering editorials regarding Horse Racing and the doping indictments: “Horse Racing Has Outlived Its Time” Washington Post, March 13, 2020 “Horse Racing Doping Scheme Leaves No Option” Courier – Journal, March 10, 2020 In response to these clarion calls the time for action is now. It is time to stand up for our great sport and to protect our race horses from potential harm by the unscrupulous who would destroy and abuse both for potential gain. In this time of crisis the undersigned call for the following concrete steps to be taken immediately: 1. For the U.S.T.A. to actively and publicly condemn the type of activity alleged in the DOJ indictments and proactively work with other industry groups to propose and obtain comprehensive regulation to prevent the mistreatment of our horses through doping and other unethical activity. 2. For the U.S.T.A. to reinstate its Tip Hotline for persons of integrity to report suspected cheating – SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING. 3. For U.S.T.A. to form an industry committee to investigate the extent of the doping problem in our sport, including, if necessary, hiring private investigators and provide its findings to the appropriate law enforcement authorities. 4. For all of us to commit to the betting public, our race horses and each other to speak up – disassociate ourselves from cheaters and to shun those who we know are dirty trainers and vets or owners who associate with them. In many ways 2019 was one of the greatest years in our sport’s history. But recent developments make it clear either the vast majority of us who love this sport and these magnificent creatures we call race horses, stand up for what is right or, the pride we now feel for being involved in this noble and enjoyable venture may turn to the shame we will bear for being associated with an enterprise that expired through our neglect. Yours very truly, George Segal       Marvin Katz       Steve Stewart       Myron Bell       Richard Alan Arnold cc: U.S.T.A. Board of Directors Williams’ response to Segal, Katz, Stewart, Bell and Arnold   March 30, 2020 Dear George, Marvin, Steve, Myron, and Richard: Your timely and eloquent letter is most welcome. I respectfully refer you to an item that was recently posted on the USTA website ( In it, I offer some recommendations and invite all harness racing stakeholders to join the effort to preserve all that is best about our sport. Your letter, representing the views of some of our industry’s leaders, is the first contribution to that effort, and sets the perfect tone for the industry conversation that we must have. Most of your concerns are answered in detail in the website post. The Tip Hotline is being restarted as you recommend. As my website post makes clear, a major investment in investigative capability and sweeping changes to the regulatory process will be needed. Given the magnitude of this, I’m glad to report that we already have a committee in place to handle these matters. It is the Executive Committee of the USTA Board of Directors, and it represents all harness racing interests. In my quarter-century on the USTA board, we have never had such a skilled, cooperative, and active board and executive committee as we have today. I cannot thank you enough for your letter. Please expect to be called upon to assist with and contribute to our work. Very sincerely, Russell Williams President, U.S. Trotting Association

Columbus, OH - The U.S. Trotting Association understands that there is a great deal of anxiety and confusion regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the impact that it is having on everyday life and harness racing. The USTA is monitoring and following the guidelines and advice of federal, state and local government authorities. Here in Ohio, our governor has declared a state of emergency and closed schools, restaurants and bars. While these circumstances are creating personal and professional challenges for all of us, our first and foremost concern is for you and your families. The health and safety of our members, employees, racing fans and visitors to our office are our top priorities during this public health crisis. In order to minimize the possibility of being infected by and spreading the virus at work, the USTA is closing our office to visitors effective Monday (March 16) and will have most of our employees work remotely from home. Only employees whose functions require that they be present in the office will work from there. However, be assured that the USTA will continue to provide the reliable access to important services that are needed. Many USTA employees already work remotely at night and over the weekends. Preparations have been made and are already in place to allow us to seamlessly conduct business remotely. As a reminder, all online services are available as usual. In addition, pictures of completed forms can also be emailed to with payments made by including that information in the photos or by calling the phone numbers on the forms. As new developments occur and additional information becomes available, we will keep you informed. Ken Weingartner Media Relations Manager

Elkton, MD - Post Time with Mike and Mike presented by the United States Trotting Association is announcing the cancellation of their Thursday (March 11) program. No reason was given for the cancellation. The program will resume next Thursday (March 19) at 10:30 a.m. Post Time with Mike and Mike presented by USTA can be heard live every Thursday at 10:30 a.m. via their website by Michael Carter, for the Post Time Show  

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