Blood-Horse Books & Products

July 4, 2020 print


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The July 4, 2020 issue of BloodHorse features: 

  • Stock in Trade Brant Laue thrives in Thoroughbreds and Charolais cattle – by Lenny Shulman
  • A Certain Standard Successful sequel for trainer W. Bret Calhoun – by Frank Angst
  • Success Through Excess Camden Training Center is Stuart Grant’s latest investment in the sport– by Bob Ehalt
  • Race Track Industry Program Fulfilling Its Mission The University of Arizona program began in 1973 – by Ron Mitchell
  • Letters From Rockland Farm  Continuing story tying farm to today’s world - by Josh Pons
  • What’s Going On Here Ohio Derby success story doesn’t necessarily translate to roses – by Evan Hammonds
  • Jay Hovdey: The Final Turn Tradition to Become Obsolete
  • Racing Cover Story: Churchill Downs; Belmont Park
  • Stakes Winners, Added Stakes; Bloodstock News
  • The Wire Fans permitted for 2020 KY Derby; Suspension of visa for foreign workers adds challenges; Letters to Editor
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