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May 23, 2020 print


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The May 23, 2020 issue of BloodHorse features:

  • History Reborn The new Silver Springs Training Center revives a revered Central Kentucky training track  – by Eric Mitchell
  • Living Up To Their Names Horses named for top athletes can spark interest, bring in new fans – by Frank Angst
  • More Magic  Ce Ce has Bo Hirsch dreaming of a certain Del Mar grade 1 race – by Tracy Gantz
  • Favorite Preaknesses 1924, Nellie Morse; 1989, Sunday Silence; 2005, Afleet Alex; 2008, Big Brown; 2018, Justify – by BloodHorse Staff
  • Golden Bend 1990 Met Mile had four champions across the rack at the head of the lane – by Evan Hammonds
  • From Father To Son … To Son Three generations of Preakness-winning sires – by Evan Hammonds
  • What’s Going On Here Navigating what figures to be a busy stakes schedule in the second half of the year – by Evan Hammonds
  • Jay Hovdey: The Final Turn Trailer . . . With a Hitch
  • Out of the Gate Racing returns to Churchill Downs
  • Stakes Winners, Non-Graded Stakes, Added Stakes, Racing - Europe
  • Bloodstock News; Leading Sires of 2020, Leading Broodmare Sires
  • The Wire Preakness Stakes to be run Oct. 3; NY tracks, horsemen look forward to racing’s return; Graded Stakes Committee lowers purse requirements for 2020
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