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Jan Roehl, founder of the Thoroughbred Horse Show Association, was driving the golf cart and recalls the meeting. “She says, ‘Hey, I’m Stacey, and I don’t tell anyone, but the horse I drive is a Thoroughbred.’ ”

Roehl had been looking for someone to train her own Thoroughbred to drive with little success, as no one in the industry up to that point had been willing to work with.......

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