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March 30th, 2009

More Horses Escape the Track!

Bits & Bytes Farm finds homes for three more former race horses: Punch, Maybe Satisfied, Gold’s Anatomy all will have new careers after racing.

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March 30th, 2009

Elizabeth to Speak at Equine Affaire

Come meet the Elizabeth Wood, owner of Bits & Bytes Farm, and learn how to create a Web site for your business – equine or other. She will be giving a presention at the Equine Affaire – The Nations’ Premiere Equine Exposition & Equestrian Gathering in Columbus, Ohio.

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March 29th, 2009

Welcome to Our New Newz!

How to use this section of our site.

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March 29th, 2009

Visitors Enjoy Bounced

A photo book of Bounced and with visitors to the farm March 21, 2009

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March 29th, 2009

New Prospect Horses For Sale

We have several new horses for sale directly from the race track. They are listed in the new Newz section under Thoroughbred Horses For Sale, Prospects Horses at the Track.

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March 29th, 2009

Another Photo Gallery

Here is another example of the kind of photo galleries you will find on our new section of the Bits & Bytes Farm Web site.

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022307 – Canton – Elizabeth wood, co-owner of Bits and Bytes Farm, talks to one of her horses while exercising him friday afternoon. Wood and Barry Zuber (not shown) rescue thoroughbred horses from the racetracks that have been cast aside due to age or not winning races. The horses would otherwise be sent to slaughter houses. photo by RENEE BROCK / SPECIAL

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