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BloodHorse: May 18, 2019 print


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The May 18 issue of BloodHorse features:

  • Dancer’s Image: The Longest Derby The  first disputed Kentucky Derby occurred 51 years before Maximum Security/Country House – by Milt Toby
  • House in the Woods Country House got his start at Blackwood Stables – by Lenny Shulman
  • All on the Line Sunday Silence and Easy Goer turn the 1989 Preakness into a two-horse race – by Bob Ehalt
  • MarketWatch  Rising broodmare sires; Top broodmare sires; Producing quality of unraced mares– by Nicole Stafford
  • Royal Influence Highclere starts a dynasty – by Kent Barnes
  • Bill Oppenheim: In My Opinion Interim report: Second- and Third-Crop sires
  • What’s Going On Here Spin Cities: Classic posturing grabs headlines from Louisville to Baltimore – by Evan Hammonds
  • Winner’s Circle: Horse Maryland-bred Alwaysmining takes shot at Preakness – by Evan Hammonds
  • Stakes Stakes winners, Non-graded stakes, Added stakes
  • Racing  Belmont Park, Europe

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