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Thursday, June 01, 2006

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Officials for the Crooked River Round-up signed up Brooks Resources Corporation’s IronHorse community as a three-year title sponsor for its pari-mutuel horse races. This year’s 61st event to be held July 5-8 allows live wagering. In the next 20 years, IronHorse, a mixed-use development, will eventually include nearly 2,900 homes, apartments and townhome units, 311 acres of parks and open space, and room for an elementary school and small commercial space.

 

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