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How to get free Runescape membership Here’s the only legit way to get free Runescape membership without a credit card or bank account. First and for your own safety, I must say there is no such thing as a Runescape membership code generator or hacks. Those are all scams and must be avoided at all costs! Most sites get

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Game Plot: Shadowrun is a very famous and popular action game made for Super Nintendo Entertainment. There were the professional game designers of an Australian company by the name of Beam Software who develop this famous game way back in 1993. The game is basically based on the novel, Never Deal with a Dragon, on Robert N.

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The Warcraft: Frozen Throne (Dota) is being played globally and has become very much popular. Inspired with the game, Heroes of Newerth was introduced with some improved graphics and features. As the features of both games are the same, not much detail is required on the gameplay other than that it promotes teamwork, improv

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Feature story in Portland Monthly- Click here to read the whole story. A GIBBOUS MOON hung over a hazy view of Mount Hood one night in late summer, as eight horses trotted out for the evening’s fifth race at Portland Meadows. A few hundred spectators milled alongside the 66-year-old track, many clutching white slips of

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From The Oregonian: Fran Siriphan never had much interest in horse racing, but when she got invited to watch her a live one at Portland Meadows, she decided to dress the part, derby style. "I always heard that ladies wear hats," Siriphan said Sunday at the track, sporting a black floppy hat that complemented her long bla

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From the DRF: ...According to trainers in both states, officials from the Stronach Group gave horsemen no option but to accept a summer meeting or face the certain demise of racing at Portland Meadows. The full article can be found at The Daily Racing Form

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From the DRF: After operating a venue geared to cold weather and the Northwest’s persistent rain, with a glass-enclosed grandstand and winterized racing surface, Portland Meadows officials have embraced the opportunity to update the facility with outdoor viewing areas, bars, food service, and other amenities. They gave t

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Don Jackson of Grants Pass, whose racehorse Flying Lark led the nation in wins for two years in the 1980s, died Wednesday at his home. He was 86. A service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at River Valley Community Church, 7th and C streets in Grants Pass. Pastor Phil Anderson will officiate. A memorial gathering will be h

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A new logo and branding, a fresh coat of paint on the building, many new amenities, and of course, a new racing schedule all add up to make Portland Meadows the place to be in Portland this summer. Long considered a winter time race track, Portland Meadows kicks off our inaugural summer race meet on Sunday July 15, 2012 w

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An investment related website is curious about a recent SEC filing related to thoroughbred racehorses: The description is the same throughout each filing at the start: “a recently formed corporation that has acquired 20 thoroughbred racehorses… offering 405,000 shares of common stock at $10.00 per share on a best effor

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OREGON RACING COMMISSION 800 N.E. Oregon Street, Suite 310 Portland, Oregon 97232 971-673-0207; 971-673-0213 fax http://racing.oregon.gov December, 15 2011 The Oregon Racing Commission will meet Thursday December 15, 2011 at 1:30 pm in Room 1B of the Portland State Office Building located at 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland

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Portland, OR — Oregon Championship Day was filled with big performances all day long, including LG Jet who took home the $15,000 Bill Wineberg Stakes on Sunday. Sent off as the heavy 1 to 5 favorite, LG Jet ($2.60) went right to the lead under jockey Luis Torres and set very reasonable fractions in the early going as he

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Nineteen runners entered for the first leg of the McFadden Memorial Sprint Claiming Series Portland, OR— Nineteen runners were entered into two separate divisions for Leg 1 of the Inaugural McFadden Memorial Spring Claiming Series that begins on Wednesday November 2nd at Portland Meadows. The races were carded as ra

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For 67 days, the routine has gone unchanged. Jerry Taketa wakes up in his Vancouver home, says hello to his wife Charlynn, heads to work at the Portland Meadows race track, then returns to his spouse before telling her good night. This, more or less, has been the ex-jockey’s ritual since 1989. Thing is, for the past 6

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From the Oregonian: Portland Meadows, which opened in 1946 on the edge of the now-vanished town of Vanport, launches its 2011 season today at noon. Nine races are on the card. Races will be Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday through December and continue on Mondays and Wednesdays in January, February and March. Closing day is M

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From the DRF: Portland Meadows opens its 55-day season Monday with a mixed nine-race program that features two races for Quarter Horses and seven for Thoroughbreds. The forthcoming season, which runs until mid-March, may be the last of its kind. Complete article here

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Just in time for the new race season, Portland Meadows has updated their website with a new look and content. If you haven't already, check it out

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OREGON RACING COMMISSION 800 N.E. Oregon Street, Suite 310 Portland, Oregon 97232 971-673-0207; 971-673-0213 fax http://racing.oregon.gov August 18, 2011 The Oregon Racing Commission will meet Thursday, August 18, 2011 at 12:00pm in Room 1A of the Portland State Office Building located at 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland, O

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From oregonlive.com: A horse trainer was killed this morning after being kicked by a horse at Portland Meadows. Just before 7:15 a.m., firefighters were called to the horse racing track at 1001 N. Schmeer. A female trainer in her late 40s or early 50s sustained severe head trauma after she was kicked by a horse she was

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From the public safety log of our local newspaper: A mother in the 35100 block of Brewster Road notified deputies Thursday morning that her 20-year-old daughter was not staying in touch while traveling on a horse-racing circuit. The mom felt her daughter had fallen in with the wrong crowd and something might have happened

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From OregonLive.com: The career of a jockey isn't much different than that of other professional athletes: younger is better. Which makes Joe Crispin's big-time results in 2011 quite notable. The Vancouver-based jockey is 50. Read the rest of the article here

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From the DRF: Gulfstream Park owner Frank Stronach has asked Florida regulators to help him implement a program that would phase out all raceday medication, including Lasix, for 3-year-olds at the track, beginning with the 2011-12 meeting ...Stronach said he hopes to implement his plan at all his tracks: Santa Anita and G

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OREGON RACING COMMISSION 800 N.E. Oregon Street, Suite 310 Portland, Oregon 97232 971-673-0207; 971-673-0213 fax http://racing.oregon.gov July 21, 2011 The Oregon Racing Commission will meet Thursday July 21, 2011 at 1:30 pm in Room 1A of the Portland State Office Building located at 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland, OR. At

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From the DRF... Scrambling to stay relevant in Northwest racing, Portland Meadows will abandon its traditional winter meeting in 2012 in favor of a summer/fall schedule that will place it in direct competition with Emerald Downs. Final approval of race dates by the Oregon Horse Racing Commission could be months away, but

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Portland Meadows, Oregon’s largest horse racing track has released its 2011-2012 Live Racing schedule. Live Racing will follow a similar format kicking off with Opening Day on Monday October 17, 2011 racing until Closing Day on Wednesday March 14, 2012. Live Racing will be conducted on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

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The Mail Tribune profiles some of the folks who'll travel on to the next stop of summer racing at Prineville.

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From the Mail Tribune: Carl Alleman has an urgency to seize the moment. At 92 years old, Alleman understands there won't be many more opportunities to win the biggest race of the season at Grants Pass Downs. Read the full story here

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More on the non-story about security at Grants Pass Downs from KTVL

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From the Blood Horse: The Stronach Group has officially acquired the racing and gaming assets of MI Developments, a company once headed by Frank Stronach. The reorganization of MID was approved by shareholders in late March. In the deal, Stronach acquired the company’s racetrack holdings, including Santa Anita Park and

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Teri Beckner was bristling this week at the media's coverage of horseracing. One TV station in particular galled the longtime trainer by reporting that horses at Grants Pass Downs were mistreated, citing an anonymous source. complete story and a preview of the weekend races in the Mail Tribune

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