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January 2022 print

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The  January 2022 issue of BloodHorse features 162 pages including:

  • Year in Review A look at the biggest racing, news stories of 2021
  • From Every Angle Dell Hancock dedicates her life to service of the horse and her family’s iconic Claiborne Farm – by Lenny Shulman
  • BloodHorse MarketWatch  In-depth look at the new stallions for 2022 – by Eric Mitchell
  • Inner Optimism   Wagering and sales trends suggest racing is headed in the right direction, but there’s still much work to be done – by Frank Angst
  • Top Broodmares From Oatsee to Drumette, broodmares of the past decade have helped shape the breed – by Anne M. Eberhardt
  • Well Grounded As the largest private land owners in the US, John and Leslie Malone of Bridlewood Farm are fueled by a passion of stewardship – by Cynthia McFarland
  • Lifelong Companions Minnesota breeder of the year Lori Michaels has developed a full-fledged racing and breeding program now based in Kentucky – by Christine Oser
  • 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.
  • Why it Worked Gary and Mary West’s program produces an impressive Breeders’ Cup winner in Life is Good
  • Healthzone – The age and experience level of broodmares relative to fertility – by Amanda Duckworth
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