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Old Friends provides a dignified retirement to Thoroughbreds whose racing and breeding careers have come to an end. Hear their stories in this heartwarming book.Like many before him in the Bluegrass State, Michael Blowen, a former Boston Globe entertainment writer, fell in love with horses, specifically Thoroughbreds. The reality beyond the racetracks, he knew, was that each day a Thoroughbred was in the spotlight, for some of these distinguished athletes, their days were numbered. For that…

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A by-the-numbers guide to the sport of thoroughbred horse racingJay Hovdey’s fascinating and easy-to-follow look at the Sport of Kings puts the complex racing game into a refreshing new light. His facts, figures, and commentary can help you:• Compare the horses. From the past and present greats to the almost 80,000 thoroughbreds that race every year—how can you tell a good horse from a great horse? • Compare the jockeys. From Angel Cordero to Willie Shoemaker—what kinds of races are they…

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Nasrullah arrived in Kentucky in 1950 and forever changed the modern American thoroughbred. Bred in royalty by the Aga Kahn, Nasrullah's journey from Europe to America was one of glorious victories and grand potential. He was the first horse to lead both the American and English sire lists, which led to a legendary line of descendants that includes nine U.S. champions, three Hall of Famers and ninety-eight stake winners like Bold Ruler, Noor and Nashua. Nasrullah is even grandsire of the…

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At the racetrack, it's the slick Thoroughbreds in their colorful saddle cloths that catch everyone's eye. That is, until a large and colorful lead pony steps onto the track! Daisy's Chief Dane, better known as Harley, garners attention whenever he works due to his size and black blanket appaloosa coat. As a track "pony," Harley must be calm, confident, and strong to safely lead Thoroughbreds to the starting gate. Luckily, those are all trademarks of the American Sugarbush Harlequin Draft…

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