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BloodHorse: April 6, 2019 print


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The April 6, 2019 issue of BloodHorse features:

  • Group Effort V. Magnier buys or partners on $7.6 million worth of 2YOs, including a $3.65M son of Curlin, at Fasig-Tipton’s The Gulfstream Sale – by Ron Mitchell
  • Rolling Thunder Obstacles can’t stop Thunder Snow’s Dubai World  Cup repeat – by Frank Angst
  • Breeding Season: Quality Road Sire takes the high road to the top – by Eric Mitchell
  • Fasig-Tipton  The second in a series looking at the history of North America’s major sale companies – by Ron Mitchell
  • Letters from Rockland Farm Continuing series on tying Rockland Farm to today’s world– by Josh Pons
  • Regional: Breaking Bad Habits Ed Crothers turns horses around at Cedar Brook Farm – by Meredith Daugherty
  • Bill Oppenheim: In My Opinion Gulfstream 2-Year-Olds: Home run or whiff
  • What’s Going On Here Bad Optics – Image of Thoroughbred racing continues to take a beating – by Evan Hammonds
  • Steve Haskin: Derby Dozen and Classic Spotlight, including Racing and Pedigree Analysis, on By My Standards
  • Source Directory Listings: Midwest/Canada
  • Winner’s Circle: Owner Chester Thomas heads to Louisville after conquering New Orleans – by Christine Oser
  • Racing Gulfstream Park, including the Florida Derby and Maximum Security, Santa Anita Park
  • Stakes Stakes winners, Non-graded stakes, Added stakes
  • The Wire The Jockey Club’s appeal for change; New York lists bisphosphonates as blood doping agents; U.S. to allocate additional H-2B visas
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