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Apr 11, 2020 print

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The April 11, 2020 issue of BloodHorse features:

  • Home Track Advantage Casse Training Center provides perfect setting for trainer’s program – by Meredith Daugherty
  • Clear View As The Jockey Club steward for NYRA, Jennifer Durenberger brings perspective –by Karen Johnson
  • One Foal, One Starter, One Winner Delta’s Royalty carries the legacy of Royal Delta – by Avalyn Hunter
  • Crown Aglow Chief’s Crown’s 1985 Blue Grass was his day in the sun – by Evan Hammonds
  • First Landing Turf writer recalls ’79 Wood Memorial win by Instrument Landing – by Bob Ehalt
  • Pioneer On A Pedestal Statue honors Elias “Lucky” Baldwin and his imprint on racing at Santa Anita – by Tracy Gantz
  • Green Desert Son of Danzig’s impact on breed no mirage – by Tom Hall
  • What’s Going On Here TVG network powers on amid COVID-19 – by Evan Hammonds
  • Jay Hovdey: The Final Turn Scramble On
  • Steve Haskin: Derby Dozen
  • Bloodstock News; Non-Graded Stakes
  • Leading Sires of 2020, Leading Broodmare Sires, Leading Turf Sires
  • Out of the Gate Thoroughred racing continues at only a handful of tracks, including Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs
  • The Wire Churchill considers racing without fans; COVID-19 halts strong 2020 betting; Letters to the Editor
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