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Roberts Communications hires Dan Silver as director of sales
Roberts Communications Network (RCN) has announced the hiring of Dan Silver to serve as the company's Director of Sales, Marketing, and Business Development, a newly-created position.
Racing Roundup: I Like My Boss pulls 18-1 upset in Dover Open Trot
Tuesday's (Dec. 12) edition of Racing Roundup features results stories from Dover Downs and The Meadows.
Feel Like A Fool wins Monday feature, Morgan takes four at Dover
Feel Like A Fool enjoyed an excellent outside trip behind Emeritus Maximus (Russell Foster) on the backstretch before moving three-wide on the final turn to take the lead on the way to a 1:52 victory in the Monday (Dec. 11) feature race at Dover Downs. Tony Morgan won four, leaving just 13 for his 16,000th.
Edgar Herrera realizes a dream at Hollywood Dayton
Guatemala native Edgar Herrera fell in love with race horses shortly after his family moved to Illinois when he was 14 years old. His father found regular work on the backstretches of Chicago’s tracks and it wasn’t long before Edgar started cleaning stalls and gradually learning the harness racing ropes too. When the affable 27-year-old got an opportunity to move to Ohio with trainer Bob Phillips two years ago, he was anxious to spread his wings.
Foiled Again set to attend Breyerfest
Mark your calendars for July 13-15, 2018, for Breyerfest at the Kentucky Horse Park. Ohio Standardbreds & Friends and New Vocations are excited to announce that the $7.5 million earning pacer Foiled Again will be a Breyer featured guest and will be available for autograph and photo sessions. He will perform in his own demos, as well as driving demos with Ohio Standardbreds & Friends, each day.
Race Track Industry Program announces award winners
The University of Arizona’s Race Track Industry Program announced the winners of their annual awards during the 2017 Symposium on Racing held Dec. 4-6.
HHYF alums making their mark on the sport
While many Harness Horse Youth Foundation camp alumni have made their marks in the industry over the past 40 years, a whole new generation is now showing up on programs regularly.
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