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BloodHorse: May 2022 print


The May 2022 issue of BloodHorse features 200 pages including:

  • Still Charming Oldest Kentucky Derby winners continue to draw fans new and old to the sport  - by Frank Angst
  • Pointed Conversation In its 10th year, the Road to the Kentucky Derby points system still generates debate – by Greg Hall
  • Sticking the Landing Inside the scramble to secure a top Kentucky Derby mount  – by Robert Yates
  • Grade 1 Honor Roll  An expanded Honor Roll offers breeding information on Grade 1 winners, as well as winners of top Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks preps
  • MarketWatch A look at the changing relevance of 2-year-old performance in Kentucky Derby winners – Nicole Stafford
  • From the Start Gabriele “Spider” Duignan’s contributions to the breed – by Lenny Shulman
  • Shared View Through her work for Santa Anita and NBC, Amy Zimmerman conveys her love for racing – by Tracy Gantz
  • Why it Worked In mating that produced Country Grammer, Scott and Debbie Pierce saw potential in sire Tonalist  – by Eric Mitchell
  • Special Section: Transportation How industry is adjusting since “Air Horse One” flights were discontinued
  • Art Works Crafting a portrait of “Aunt Eliza” helps artist connect with celebrated African-American trainer – Julie June Steward
  • Dean Dorton With microshare ownerships catching on, what are the tax concerns for participants?– by Jen Shah
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