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August 2021 print

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The  August 2021 issue of BloodHorse features 180 pages including:

  • Second Ascent Entrusted with a record of success, Conrad Bandoroff guides Denali Stud into the future - by Maryjean Wall
  • Recollections, and History in the Making Fasig-Tipton Co. celebrates its 100th Saratoga yearling sale – by Teresa Genaro
  • In Need of a Miracle  All too familiar with the loss of cherished tracks, racetrackers hope Arlington can be saved – by Jay Hovdey
  • Lows’ Rise Owners Robert and Lawana Low see vision coming together at their showplace farm Primatara near Springfield, Mo. – by Robert Yates
  • Picture Perfect Quite the highlight reel for movie theatre owner George Krikorian – by Lenny Shulman
  • Then and Now Many of today’s developments reference the former tracks they replaced
  • Good Fit New University of Kentucky testing lab works for school, regulator, and racing – by Frank Angst
  • Special Section: Breaking and Training – In initial days with young horses, training farms take different approaches – 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
  • Looking Back Discovery, who epitomized the champion handicap horse, won the Whitney Stakes three times – by Edward L. Bowen
  • BloodHorse MarketWatch Pinhookers benefited this year from robust 2-year-olds in training sales – by Eric Mitchell
  • National Stakes Condition Book North American racetracks third quarter stakes conditions book

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