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BloodHorse: March 11, 2017 print


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This issue of BloodHorse features: 

  • Soccer, Swim Meets & Stakes   Breeders Steven and Brandi Nicholson enjoying the run with Classic Empire
  • Peppy Prep Season Iron Liege emerges as the upset victor of the 1957 Kentucky Derby after a round of exciting Derby preps
  • Fast Start Two-year-old sales season gets off to a booming beginning with the Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream sale
  • Southeast: Return to Splendor  John and Leslie Malone revitalize Bridlewood Farm with the help of general manager George Isaacs
  • Winner’s Circle Breeder/Owner  Bob Cummings and Annette Bacola’s Coffee Pot Stable riding hot streak with Rebridled Dreams
  • What’s Going On Here Editorial:  Don’t Ask I have no idea who my Derby horse is, and neither should you
  • And #SoMuchMore!
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