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NORTH DAKOTA HORSE PARK

Fargo and Belcourt tracks considered switching dates in 2023, but the idea was nixed for now.
Chippewa Downs and the North Dakota Horse Park will consider swapping season months after officials from both parks agreed the timing would be better for them.
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After a string of victories with her thoroughbreds, Debi Hanson, 69, of Crosby, is racing horses again on the final weekend of racing at the North Dakota Horse Park. She was recently given a special handmade buckle for her accomplishments.
The Mexico native was the first woman to run at the Fargo racecourse since 2014, and before her run on Saturday, less than five women had competed at the track since it was built in 2002

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The economics of owning a racehorse can run high, small tracks such as North Dakota's Chippewa Downs and the North Dakota Horse Park in Fargo can offer newcomers a place to start, whether it's for those who have grown up in the industry or those who have always had the dream of being a part of the unique world.
The North Dakota Quarter Horse Racing Association is doing its best to keep the sport healthy in the region as participation numbers dwindle.
Live horse racing will be held in Fargo the last three weekends of July.
The Forum's Wendy Reuer talks fashion, betting and more.
Races will now be held July 15-16, 23-24 and 30-31.
Races will be held Friday, July 15; Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24; Friday, July 29, Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31.

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Horse Race North Dakota has hired an outside general manager to operate horse racing at the Fargo facility.
In July, The Forum requested the opinion of Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem after it asked Horse Race North Dakota to receive notices of meetings.
21 vendors have signed up for the event at the North Dakota Horse Park.

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