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Bob Cochran Bob Cochran is offline

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  1. ray lopez
    03-04-2013 01:36 PM
    ray lopez
    Hi Bob,
    Do you still have that Trackmaster conversion program for use with Workhorse,Aodds 98 and Pace Computer 3.0? I'd appreciate any help you can provide.Thanks.
    Ray (captklim76@yahoo.com)
  2. trotman
    07-31-2012 05:21 PM
    Bob, It's been a long time since messages and above all hope all is well with yourself and family. Bob I am in a state of not knowing what side is up or down and I will explain it to you. From what I gathered from the followups you were the one to fine tune the Phase III Harness program that Howard and Jim eluded to in the followups. This could have been Trotomation but we don't know and further to this every program had a manual, yet there is nothing in this regards. I know where the importance was with the group but there was some pretty amazing stuff come out of what was out there at the time. From what I have pulled out of what little there is from those early days, this could be a very very successful program but this is all based on my understanding of the Methodology. If you have anything that would be of interest I would most apprieciate it.
    Always The Very Best,
  3. shrink1
    04-29-2009 05:39 PM
    I have a question regarding Workhorse. I still use the program and enjoy it. I have had much success with it since I bought it. i now have a new computer and would like to install it on there. My old computer has some kind of virus problem. I have an extensive data base dating back to 1999. You told me that you don't use the data base for your contenders. This is fine for me. It's still an excellent program. What do I need to do? Can you help me or do I need to contact Randy Kovach. Let me know. Thank you again for all of your help in the past.


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