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May 2, 2020 print


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The May 2, 2020 issue of BloodHorse features:

  • Rock Talk Arthur Hancock III reminisces as Stone Farm reaches the half-century mark  – by Evan Hammonds
  • Delayed Gratification A look at displaced dates of other major races now that the Kentucky Derby has been moved to September 5 – by Jay Hovdey
  • Good Show  Ashleigh Stud’s Jackie Ramos has lived well combining horses and theater – by Lenny Shulman
  • Dean Dorton: Tax Update Recent income tax changes may benefit individuals and businesses in the equine industry – by Maddie Schueler and Jen Shah
  • Risk’s Reward Forty years ago filly Genuine Risk and her female breeder and owner won the Derby – by Tracy Gantz
  • Ladies’ Man Elwood first Derby winner owned and bred by women - by Avalyn Hunter
  • Letters from Rockland Farm Continuing saga of tying farm to today’s world – by Josh Pons
  • Bill Oppenheim: In My Opinion For breeders, preps more important than the main event
  • What’s Going On Here Racing needs to return to Kentucky – by Evan Hammonds
  • Jay Hovdey: The Final Turn What a Derby can do
  • Steve Haskin: Derby Dozen
  • Stakes Winners, Non-Graded Stakes, Added Stakes
  • Bloodstock News; Leading Sires of 2020
  • The Wire Oaklawn splits Arkansas Derby into two divisions; Derby’s economic impact on Louisville; Our Voices: John Phillips; COVID-19 Q&A w/Chris Baker

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