Blood-Horse Books & Products

May 2021 print


The  May 2021 issue of BloodHorse features 154 pages including:

  • Bill Carstanjen Churchill Downs CEO discusses getting the Kentucky Derby back on track, the logistical and civic challenges the company had staging the 2020 Run for the Roses, and what the future has in store - by Evan Hammonds
  • Reliving the Dream Owners who  have won multiple Kentucky Derbys form an elite club – by Lenny Shulman
  • Project Preakness The deal to save Pimlico and keep the second jewel of the Triple Crown in Baltimore brought together a disparate group of players– by Frank Vespe
  • Crafting Racing’s New Approach The Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act begins the move from paper to reality - by Frank Angst
  • BloodHorse MarketWatch The how and when of Kentucky Derby candidates’ works can be keys to success – by Eric Mitchell
  • Still Inspiring Canonero II’s surprising Triple Crown season captured Venezuela’s imagination and brought new respect to South American racing and breeding –by Gabrielle Kuenzli
  • Art as Bridge With an exhibit at the Kentucky Derby Museum, artist Dafri celebrates the history of African Americans in racing – by Meredith Daugherty
  • In Our Time Eclipse Award-winning author Josh Pons seeks answers to today’s questions through history while weighing how to fit into the evolving landscape of Maryland breeding and racing.
  • America’s Best Racing Gun Runner exemplified steady development over several seasons – Keeler Johnson
  • Looking Back Edward R. Bradley set the early standard for Kentucky Derby-winning owners – by Edward L. Bowen
  • Tax Benefits Federal depreciation incentives continue to be beneficial to Thoroughbred horse and farm owners – by Jen Shah
  • HealthZone: Hoof Care  Proper shoeing and farrier word are needed for racehorses to be at their best – by Amanda Duckworth
  • Why it worked A proven cross produces Rebel Stakes winner Concert Tour – by Eric Mitchell
  • Special Section: Transportation Sallee Horse Vans puts the safety and comfort of its passengers first – by Christine Oser
  • What’s Going On Here Triple Crown series back on track for 2021 – by Evan Hammonds
  • Jay Hovdey: The Final Turn From the Ground Up

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