Dennis Manning has been a successful Thoroughbred racehorse trainer for many years. His career began in New England, with, appropriately enough, a 13-year-old warrior named Rodman that ran at Marshfield Fair for a purse of $600. (You can learn more about Marshfield, and other “lost” tracks of New England, in an interesting article published in Thoroughbred Racing Commentary, by clicking here
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He achieved a good measure of success on both circuits, and has been supported for many years by, among many others, notable owners Mac Fehsenfeld and Earle Mack. You can read about a few of the highlights of Dennis career to date by clicking here Reference Copied to Clipboard. Operations Management for Competitive Advantage. Reference Copied to Clipboard. Reference Copied to Clipboard. Reference Copied to Clipboard. .