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Innovation of the Week: Horse blinders (for humans) - The Boston Globe


Innovation of the Week: Horse blinders (for humans) - The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe - October 19, 2018

By Globe Staff  October 19, 2018 What is it? Horse blinders for humans Innovator: Panasonic What ...

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Horse racing plan Great Barrington delayed
The Daily News of Newburyport, Massachusetts - November 24, 2018

GREAT BARRINGTON (AP) — The plan to bring thoroughbred horse racing back to the Great Barrington Fairgrounds next year is no longer on track, but organizers say they’re not giving up.Sterling Suffolk Racecourse LLC, parent company of Suffolk Downs ...

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Great Barrington horse racing on hold until state gambling, racing laws change
Berkshire Eagle, Massachusetts - November 19, 2018

By Heather Bellow, The Berkshire EagleGREAT BARRINGTON — A plan to revive thoroughbred racing at the former Great Barrington Fairgrounds in 2019 is no longer on track. But with a change in state law, it could be back on.Sterling Suffolk Racecourse LLC, parent ...

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Egremont: Blue Rider joins equestrian expo
Berkshire Eagle, Massachusetts - November 6, 2018

Blue Rider Stables will join other top notch trainers and clinicians from around the world from Nov. 8-11 at the Equine Affaire horse exposition at the Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield.The expo offers training clinics, demonstrations, exhibits, competitions ...

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Tuukka Rask on his puck play: ‘Horse-[expletive].’ Bruce Cassidy on one of Rask’s goals allowed: ‘Soft’ - The Boston Globe
The Boston Globe, Massachusetts - October 28, 2018

Tuukka Rask on his puck play: ‘Horse-[expletive].’ Bruce Cassidy on one of Rask’s goals allowed: ‘Soft’Tuukka Rask on his puck play: ‘Horse-[expletive].’ Bruce Cassidy on one of Rask’s goals allowed: ‘Soft’

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Book Review: YA novel 'Charley's Horse' is rich in detail
Berkshire Eagle, Massachusetts - October 5, 2018

By Colin Harrington"Charley's Horse," is a young adult novel by Judith Shaw of Great Barrington, formerly of Richmond, where she was a reporter for the Richmond Record. The novel was runner up, Best Young Adult Novel in the 2018 Maxy Award and won the bronze medal ...

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