Sport: At Goshen

There are two breeds of U. S. racehorses: Thoroughbred and Standardbred. The Thoroughbred, developed in England, races under saddle and runs at a horse's natural gait, a gallop. The Standardbred, a U. S. product, races in harness and runs at a man-trained trot or pace.* For those U. S. citizens who remember the horse-&-buggy days, no sport takes them back so fast as a trotting race, no sport event is more endearing than the Hambletonian, richest and most famed of the 25,000 or more harness races held in the U. S. every summer....

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