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Foote, seeing a sweep on a blood-horse, remarked, "There goes Warburton on Shakespeare
According to the Blood-Horse, the decision to remove Runhappy from Borell's small Kentucky stable came after a disagreement on Sunday morning between the trainer and McIngvale's racing manager Laura Wohlers, who is the owner's sister-in-law.
A recent success story involves The Blood-Horse magazine, a publication devoted to international thoroughbred racing and breeding.
16 when The Blood-Horse magazine came out with its top 100 thoroughbreds of the 20th century.
But he is supported by an eyewitness, veteran journalist Morton Cathro, who describes the event in a racing magazine, Blood-Horse, and says "nine out of ten [trainers, owners and other knowledgeable eyewitnesses] believed Kayak II would have won.
RECORD breaking miler Rock Of Gibraltar is a finalist in two categories for America's prestigious Eclipse Awards for 2002, it was announced yesterday on The Blood-Horse website.
According to Blood-Horse magazine, it was Man o'War.
RSuite CMS was recently chosen by Kentucky-based Blood-Horse Publications as the foundation for their new content management environment.
Speaking to the Blood-Horse, Sherman added the rest of the examination came out "perfect" for the cheaply bought son of Lucky Pulpit, who is owned by Perry Martin and Steve Coburn.
Two new Blood Horse guides for equestrians will delight both horse owners and equine library collections with authoritative guides by the staff and correspondents of Blood-Horse Publications.
Eclipse Press is the award-winning book publishing division of Blood-Horse Publications, publishers of "The Blood-Horse"; "The Horse"; "TBH MarketWatch"; "Keeneland" magazine; the official Kentucky Derby and Breeders' Cup souvenir magazines; and equine-related books, videos, CD-ROMs, and annual references.
As Ray Paulick, editor of the slick racing magazine The Blood-Horse, wrote of the New York case: ``The federal government takes a much harsher view of racing than the sport seems to take of itself.