Blood-Horse Books & Products

September 26, 2020 print

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The September 26, 2020 issue of BloodHorse features:

  • Keeneland: Books 1-3 Steep demand for the best at Keeneland’s September yearling sale – by Ron Mitchell
  • Call of the Hall Revitalized National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame includes interactive displays – by Karen M. Johnson
  • BloodHorse MarketWatch Value sires / Sires’ progeny performance statistics / Prospective stallions
  • Racing Through Congress: After years of false starts, federal oversight of sport might soon become reality – by Milt Toby
  • Bill Oppenheim: In My Opinion Kentucky yearling sales gross down a third through Book 3
  • What’s Going On Here Starship Jubilee reminds us that all sale yearlings don’t ‘tick all the boxes’  – by Evan Hammonds
  • Racing Belmont Park, Woodbine
  • Stakes Winners, Non-graded Stakes, Added Stakes
  • Jay Hovdey: The Final Turn Change is in the Air  
  • Bloodstock News; The Wire; Out of the Gate
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