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November 2021 print


The  November 2021 issue of BloodHorse features 154 pages including:

  • Looking for More At 56 – or 55 – jockey Mike Smith is still hungry for Breeders’ Cup wins - by Jay Hovdey
  • Dream Role — Jack Sisterson is enjoying the opportunity as Calumet’s private trainer – by Lenny Shulman
  • Star Power  Fasig-Tipton’s November Sale builds on its success year after  year – by Michele Macdonald
  • More Than Race Day  New York Breeders’ Cup found a way forward in 2001  – by Bob Ehalt
  • Little Comes Up Big Breeder John Little has Gufo, a hopeful for the World Championships at Del Mar – by Lenny Shulman
  • Going Green Irishmen Lacy, Breathnach bring global experience to Keeneland roles – by Liane Crossley
  • MarketWatch Detailed performance statistics for broodmare sires represented at the Keeneland and Fasig-Tipton November Sales– by Eric Mitchell  
  • Looking Back Decades later, the mare Itsabet is still impacting the Breeders’ Cup - by Tom Hall
  • 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.
  • Special Section: Boarding – At boarding farms one size does not fit all – by Cynthia McFarland

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