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Roosevelt authors looking for bigger audience

January 09, 2015
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While "Roosevelt Raceway, Where It All Began," is available for purchase in the United States via Amazon and other outlets through Tate Publishing, the book's authors, Victoria M Howard, Bill Haughton Jr. and Freddie Hudson, are seeking to broaden those horizons by making it available on an international basis, considering Roosevelt Raceway's pioneering of international racing via the acclaimed and recently reinstated International Trot at Yonkers.

The authors, who have already appeared at book signings at selected U.S. tracks, now endeavor to make the book available to fans at the Prix d'Amerique, Elitlopp, Oslo Grand Prix and other European classics, especially considering that so much international history is covered within those pages. Initially, a signing promotion on the successful Yonkers International simulcasts to France could be technically feasible.
 
It should also be noted that portions of the royalties go to both the retirement fund and the Goshen Hall Of Fame.
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