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TOBA Awards dinner brings together breeders of all shapes and sizes
How Saratoga heals what ails you
Top-level horses and horsemen on the comeback trail were among the big stories the last full week of August, and they found entry to the winner's circle a little harder than it used to be.
Taylor boys' play for California Chrome pays off
Steve Asmussen leads his whole family to the Hall of Fame
Kent Hollingsworth's column key to publication's 100th anniversary
Owners of Tepin, Songbird show true sportsmanship
Stallion Register to adopt black-type rules
Few truly 'retire' from the sport
Lack of 3-year-old races force sophomores to hit the road
Americans making Royal Ascot the new summer place to be.
Belmont day package gives us plenty to look forward to.
Breeders enjoy Beholder's talents from the farm.
Racing's big holiday weekends becoming a thing of the past.
Preakness weekend hospitality far outshines the venue
Marylanders moving the needle with Pimlico study, breeders' incentives.
Hard work makes racing luck a lot easier
Is the points system for entry to the Kentucky Derby altering the pace of the race?
Prevailing mood is that the foal crop is inching forward
Sharing insights and successes is goal of new Bloodstock Editor role
Dinny Phipps had a personal commitment to the horse and the sport. read blog
The bay colt Nyquist, who looks like a sleek sports car in a world of SUVs, seems to go best when he's carrying a chip in the only place you'd want a horse to have one -- on his shoulder. read blog
Experience and strength carry Victor Espinoza to World Cup victory. read blog
Racing industry won't resolve medication issues without unity read blog
The first of a two-part column on regulatory medication thresholds. read blog
Pre-Derby clash between Mohaymen, Nyquist a step back in time read blog
Replacing synthetic surface dramatically raises American interest. read blog
The growth of Central Kentucky into the country's hub for Thoroughbred breeding is owed in no small part to the arrival 140 years ago of veterinarian Dr. Edward Thomas Hagyard. read blog
Decoupling legislation will hurt horse racing. read blog
How many ways can the racing industry find to undermine its own efforts? Sadly, too many. read blog
Eamon Cleary's gamble in breeding Mohaymen. read blog
A multitude of stars have passed in the last fortnight. read blog
Leonard Lavin has been hickory-tough in his 50 years in racing. read blog
California Chrome returns in the San Pasqual and more inside the January 16, 2016 issue of Blood-Horse Magazine.
TCA adding enhancement of Thoroughbreds' market value to its mission. read blog
Blood-Horse's long history is rooted in a boom time for racing. read blog
The industry must find a way to work together. read blog
To understand the importance of the horse industry, U.S. leaders should look at Ontario. read blog
"At a crossroads" can no longer be used to describe the health of racing in Illinois. read blog
Hastings' new racing club is turning fans into owners. read blog
- By Frank Angst
Pari-mutuel wagering's reliance on CRW players a crime, perhaps literally. read blog
The commercial markets are generally trending upward, but the selectivity of the market will continue to cause heartburn for a lot of breeders. read blog
With forethought, planning, and the ability to test-drive new seating venues and work flows at its regular meets, Keeneland pulled off a remarkably successful Breeders' Cup. read blog
Nowhere else has Breeders' Cup been friendlier. read blog
Owner B. Wayne Hughes talks about his extraordinary star. read blog
Excerpts from John Messara's keynote address at the 49th annual meeting of the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities. read blog
The Oct. 30-31 World Championships figures to be one big homecoming weekend for the breeding community. read blog
- By Tom LaMarra
Separating gaming from live racing in Florida could ruin the state's vibrant horse industry. read blog
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