HHYF News

HHYF Ready For Summer Fun!

Anderson, IN – It’s June which means time for fun with HHYF’s stable of Trottingbreds! The new
truck is “decaled up”, the trailer is packed, the horses are gathered from their spring training,
and the assistants are ready!

“From the volunteers who condition the horses to the host location preparation and generous
sponsors,   HHYF   is   very   lucky   to   have   great   support,”   expressed   HHYF   President   Adam
Bowden. “This year, we owe a big thank you to Bob Lasky and Rebecca Odud who stepped up
late in the planning stages to drive the rig. Of course, we would be lost without our exceptional
summer assistant Katie Eick who has been hanging out every summer with HHYF since she
was 12. The program has many moving parts and it is always a relief to get on the road with our
educational programs.”

Truck   sponsors   included   All   American   Harnessbreds,   Brittany   Farms,   IN   Standardbred
Association,   Kentuckiana   Farms,   Lindy   Farms,   PM   Advertising,   PA   Harness   Horsemen’s
Association, Jim & Georgia Simpson, and Southern Oaks Training Center.

Stable conditioners were Dylan Davis Stable, Emily Hay Stable, Kris Hinchcliff Stable, Jason
Skinner Stable, Andrew Stafford Stable, and Wyatt Starkey.

Locations for 2019 are Bucyrus, OH; Van Wert, OH; Greenville, OH; Marysville, OH; Harrington
Racway, DE; Shenandoah Downs, VA; Gaitway Farm, NJ; Goshen Historic Track, NY; New
Meadowlands, NJ; The Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono.

The   Harness   Horse   Youth   Foundation   is   a   charitable   501(c)3   organization   dedicated   to
providing young people and their families educational opportunities with harness horses in order
to  foster the   next generation   of   participants   and   fans.   The   Foundation   has  been   making a
difference   in   young   people’s   lives   since   1976;   its   programs   include   interactive   learning
experiences   with   racehorses   as   well   as   offering   scholarships   and   creating   and   distributing
educational materials relating to harness racing.

For   more   information   on   opportunities   through   HHYF,   or   to   support   its   mission,   go   to
www.hhyf.org or call 317.908.0029.