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Dan Breeden

Dan Breeden started riding at the age of 9 years old. He grew up in Fort Dodge, Iowa riding in the woods a lot and racing hare scrambles and some MX. He quit riding when he was 16 and started again in 1995. He has won the District 22 +30 A class in 2002 and 2nd in 2003. He also won the +40 A class in District 22 and Win MX in 2007. The championship he is most proud of is winning the North Central Arenacross +30 in 04-05 and also racing at the MGM Grand U.S. Open in Las Vegas for Arenacross finals. He finished fourth in the 2004 and eighth in 2005 after a first turn crash. His biggest goal for 2009 is to win the +40 A class for District 22.

Cody Breeden

Cody Breeden,17 years old from Mitchellville, Iowa has been racing for 8 years. Racing in the 250B and 14 to 24 College Boy class Cody has fueled his passion for racing through his love of the sport and his drive to succeed. In 2011, Cody will be competing in the Millville Spring Creek Series in the 250B and 14 to 24 classes in attempts to earn a qualifying position for the Loretta Lynn National. Some of Cody’s past accomplishments include finishing 2nd in both the Schoolboy and 125 2 stroke classes in the Millville Spring Creek Series, a 10th place finish at the Loretta Lynn North Central Regional in the Schoolboy 1 class and numerous wins throughout local events.

Clark Newbury

Clark Newbury started racing at the age of 13 and has been racing for the past 11 years. A local rising star he has lived in the Winterset area all his life. Some of Newbury's past accomplishments have been winning the Riverside Raceway Series +25B Championship in 2010, consistently placing in the both the top 3 and top 5 in the District 22 Series in 2007-2008 respectively. Placing top 3 in the Hawkeye Downs Series in 2007-2008, and being a multi-time Ti Lube Top Gun winner from 2007-2009. This year Newbury plans to race in the +25 A class and Open A Class as well as competing in the North Region Arena Cross.

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