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BloodHorse: April 2022 print


The April 2022 issue of BloodHorse features 146 pages including:

  • Training for Life Individuals in recovery get back on track with Taylor Made School of Horsemanship in partnership with Shepherd’s House - by Eric Mitchell
  • Ruling Keeneland Take Charge Lady made an impact both on the track and in the sales ring at Keeneland – by Christine Oser
  • Long Run America’s longest dirt races are still an option for horses that fit the mold – by Jay Hovdey
  • MarketWatch Previewing the 2022 freshman sires with detailed book quality and sales statistics, plus in-depth profile of the market leaders – Eric Mitchell
  • Rustlewood Works  George and Karen Russell’s steady approach is hitting its stride as their program produces key contenders – by Molly Rollins
  • Why It Worked Silent Candy’s trip to Not this Time resulted in Risen Star Stakes (G2) winner Epicenter – by Eric Mitchell
  • Looking Back Retired farm manager Neville Collins enjoyed top farms, horses and people – by Lenny Shulman
  • Second Acts Move to digital certificates should ease process of ensuring horses stay retired from racing – by Alexandra Kokka
  • Special Section: Real Estate Purchasers with diverse aspirations fuel an interest in prime horse land – by Cynthia McFarland
  • In Our Time Eclipse Award-winning author Josh Pons seeks answers to today’s questions through history while weighing how to fit into the evolving landscape of Maryland breeding and racing
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