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Newest Issue of American Racehorse Features Articles on Centennial Race Track and More

The Winter 2017 issue of American Racehorse (formerly Southern Racehorse) magazine is now available online by clicking here.

This issue of American Racehorse magazine features articles about Colorado’s Centennial Race Track and the horses and horsemen who raced there, Thoroughbred stallions and their influence on American Quarter Horse racing, how a retired racehorse is excelling in another style of racing, and the special bond between a Thoroughbred and her student trainer. The issue also includes racing and breeding news from Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan and around the region.

The printed magazine is being mailed to all members of the Texas Thoroughbred Association, Indiana Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association, Iowa Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association and Thoroughbred Racing Association of Oklahoma, as well as the Alabama HBPA, Arkansas Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Horsemen’s Association, Colorado Thoroughbred Breeders Association, Georgia Horse Racing Coalition, Michigan Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association, Minnesota Thoroughbred Association, North Carolina Thoroughbred Association, South Carolina Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association and hundreds of horsemen in Louisiana.

If you not a subscriber or a member of one of the associations listed above, you can get a full year of the magazine (plus the Stallion Register) for only $49 by clicking here.

To learn more about advertising in American Racehorse, click here.

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  1. Patrick Swan says:

    What a great article on the old centennial racetrack. It brought back so many great memories my wife and I bought our first home in a Littleton Colorado because of centennial. My wife Tomey Jean Swan , was it Jockey back then and I always did quite well , we hated to see the track close down. We have never found a track quite like it it was like one big family and a great place to race. I do think management was so bullheaded they did play a part in it closing down and I see the same thing happening at Arapaho Park right now. But great job Kellerman I didn’t realize anybody even remembered Centennial Turf Club.