Blood-Horse Books & Products

October 24, 2020 print


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The October 24, 2020 issue of BloodHorse features:

  • Leading Lady Shannon Arvin takes the helm as the first female president of Keeneland – by Claire Crosby
  • Right Approach, Right Mentor With Julie Krone as agent, hard-working jockey Ferrin Peterson finds success – by Christine Oser
  • Making Some Noise Soft-spoken Mark Glatt finding success at sales, on track – by Tracy Gantz
  • A Few Bright Spots Ocala Breeders’ Sales’ October auction follows 2020 trends – by Meredith Daugherty/Ron Mitchell
  • Memories in a Preakness Pedigree Swiss Skydiver’s Preakness win recalls classic story by former editor – Edward L. Bowen
  • What’s Going On Here Yearling sale results, COVID-19 concerns exert pressure on stud fees – Evan Hammonds
  • Stakes Winners, Non-graded Stakes, Added Stakes
  • Jay Hovdey: The Final Turn Perilous Profession   
  • Bloodstock News; The Wire; Leading Sires of 2020; Leading 2nd-Crop Sires

The Tablet Edition of this issue is available for download in the App Store and on Google Play  


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