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Apr 18, 2020 print


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The April 18, 2020 issue of BloodHorse features:

  • Business Unusual Keeneland, like many other tracks, adapts during the COVID-19 shutdown – by Meredith Daugherty
  • Family Plans Back on the Triple Crown trail, trainer Patrick Biancone teaching game to his daughter Andie –by Frank Angst
  • Regional: On a Mission Twin Creeks Farm rolling with Mission Impazible, Tiz the Law – by Christine Oser
  • Regional: Pleasant Ways Helen and Joe Barbazon do it all at Pleasant Acres – by Cynthia McFarland
  • World War II Pushed Keeneland West Lexington track ran its meet at Churchill Downs for three years – by Tom Hall
  • Bill Oppenheim: In My Opinion The Online Shot Heard Around the World
  • What’s Going On Here Kentucky to fund new lab, new regulatory roles – by Frank Angst
  • Jay Hovdey: The Final Turn All Dressed Up With Nowhere To Go
  • Steve Haskin: Derby Dozen
  • Racing: Oaklawn Park Non-Graded Stakes, Added Stakes
  • Source Directory Listings: Southeast/Kentucky, Northeast/Mid-Atlantic
  • Leading Sires of 2020, Bloodstock News
  • Out of the Gate British Idiom drills with a barnmate at Oaklawn Park
  • The Wire Large virtual sales could become reality in U.S., KY commits $2M toward racing integrity, short condition books keep Gulfstream park attuned
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