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May 9, 2020 print


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The May 9, 2020 issue of BloodHorse features:

  • Two Much Trainer Bob Baffert takes both divisions of the Arkansas Derby with Charlatan and Nadal  – by Robert Yates
  • Advancing Racing In a difficult time ADW provides path forward, but long-term does the model work? – by Frank Angst
  • Favorite Kentucky Derbys 1981, Pleasant Colony; 1986, Ferdinand; 1990, Unbridled; 1997 Silver Charm; 2014, California Chrome – by BloodHorse Staff
  • From Father to Son . . . to Son  Three generations of Derby-winning sires – by Tom Hall
  • Q&A: Louis Cella Oaklawn Park president – by Frank Angst
  • 35 Years: A Photographer’s Derby Memories A pictorial of Anne M. Eberhardt’s “greatest hits”
  • What’s Going On Here Oaklawn’s meet a big hit; the city of Louisville takes one – by Evan Hammonds
  • HealthZone: Hoofcare by Amada Duckworth
  • Jay Hovdey: The Final Turn Life During Wartime
  • Steve Haskin: Derby Dozen
  • Stakes Winners, Added Stakes
  • Bloodstock News; Leading Sires of 2020
  • The Wire Churchill Downs to open spring meet May 16; Death of R.D. Hubbard; Stand-alone historical racing to benefit Turfway Park; NYRA remains in limbo

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