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March 21, 2020 print


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The March 21, 2020 issue of BloodHorse features:

  • Out in Front Breeders’ Cup, like its new CEO Drew Fleming, comfortable in leadership role – by Frank Angst
  • Racing’s Alpha Owner Michael Hui strikes with Zulu Alpha – by Robert Yates
  • Student, Trader, Champion The legacy of preeminent small breeder Ed Cox Jr.  – by Eric Mitchell
  • Comeback Worth Celebrating Miguel Mena honored with first Randy Romero Pure Courage Award – by Byron King
  • Regional: Going All In  Bryan Hawk opens WestWin Farms in Oklahoma to complement his racing stable and training center - by Denis Blake
  • Racing Oaklawn Park – Nadal runs fast early and late to win the Rebel – Santa Anita – Ce Ce wins Beholder Mile - Turfway Park – Mike Maker sets table with Jeff Ruby Steaks and Bourbonette scores
  • What’s Going On Here Never enough money for honest trainers and frauds – by Frank Angst
  • Our Voices: Helen Alexander Now or Never
  • Jay Hovdey: The Final Turn His way
  • Source Directory Listings: Southwest
  • Steve Haskin: Derby Dozen
  • Stakes Winners, Non-Graded Stakes, Added Stakes
  • Leading Sires of 2020; The Wire; Bloodstock News
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