Thoroughbred Industry Library

December 2022 - West Coast: Book Moves

  • November 22, 2022
  • 114 Downloads
  • File Size 2.5MB

Checkmate Thoroughbreds sees continued potential in California-based stallions By Tracy Gantz WHEN ADRIAN GONZALEZ BRINGS HIS 4-year-old son Ryder to horse sales, he's fostering father-son time and... Download

November 2022 - Breeding: Wise Moves

  • November 22, 2022
  • 124 Downloads
  • File Size 3.1MB

Exercise often important in keeping older stallions healthy, productive by Amanda Duckworth MANAGING THE CAREER of a successful stallion is a multifaceted endeavor and some of his needs change as he ages... Download

December 2022 - Northeast: Rooftop View

  • November 22, 2022
  • 76 Downloads
  • File Size 4.3MB

Greeley finds New York breeding program to be a good fit for his operation By Teresa Genaro FOR RICHARD GREELEY, life at the racetrack began as it commonly does: His father and unlce took him to the races... Download

September 2022 - Joint Health: In Flux

  • August 30, 2022
  • 277 Downloads
  • File Size 8.1MB

When it comes to joint issues, treatments continue to evolve by Amanda Duckworth IDEALLY, A HORSE will never have joint issues, but that is not a reality for most. Download

August 2022 - Gut Health: More Than a Gut Feeling

  • July 26, 2022
  • 328 Downloads
  • File Size 4.5MB

Recent studies provide insights on gastrointestinal tract health by Amanda Duckworth IF THE DIFFERENT parts of a horse could compete in a race to win the title of "most important in terms of good... Download

July 2022 - Grooming: The Right Touch

  • June 28, 2022
  • 412 Downloads
  • File Size 1.5MB

Grooming provides opportunities to address problems early by Amanda Duckworth BECAUSE GROOMING IS one of the basic cornerstones of horsemanship, its wide-reaching importance can sometimes be taken for... Download

Gem Finder - By Paul Von Hippel

  • June 08, 2022
  • 586 Downloads
  • File Size 370.4kB

From the March 2022 issue of BloodHorse Magazine. ‘Speed Above Replacement Jockey’ Metric Can Uncover Underappreciated Riders By PAUL VON HIPPEL OVER THE PAST 30 years, sport after sport has revised the... Download

May 2022 - Hoof Care: Solid Footing

  • April 12, 2022
  • 655 Downloads
  • File Size 2.3MB

Researchers look at farrier work relative to performance, welfare by Amanda Duckworth A BETTER UNDERSTANDING of the mechanics of hooves, and especially hooves in motion, can improve the performance and... Download

April 2022 - Nutrition: Balancing Diet Issues

  • March 30, 2022
  • 653 Downloads
  • File Size 6.7MB

Individual equine nutritional needs often vary by Amanda Duckworth WHEN IT COMES to feeding horses, there are some straightforward facts that nutritionists and veterinarians always point toward. Download... Download

March 2022 - Parasites: Targeted Dewormers

  • February 22, 2022
  • 676 Downloads
  • File Size 3MB

Treatment programs based on horses' needs help prevent resistance by Amanda Duckworth INTERNAL PARASITES ARE not a new issue when it comes to horse management, but ideas on how best to deal with worms... Download

March 2022 - Southwest: Trending Up in Texas

  • February 22, 2022
  • 739 Downloads
  • File Size 3.6MB

New money for purses, breeding incentives, boosts Lone Star State industry By Denis Blake EVERY HORSEMAN KNOWS racing can be an endeavor filled with euphoric highs and gut-punching lows. Download this... Download

March 2022 - Midwest/Canada: Concerning Closure

  • February 22, 2022
  • 591 Downloads
  • File Size 2.8MB

Arlington's end adds another difficulty for already strugglingIllinois breeding By Bob Kieckhefer SEC. 30 (A) OF THE Illinois Racing Act says: "The General Assembly declares that it is the poilcy... Download

February 2022 - Foal Health: From the Start

  • January 18, 2022
  • 688 Downloads
  • File Size 2.8MB

Finding right diet for foals, pregnant mares by Amanda Duckworth A MARE'S MILK helps new foals avoid illness and properly grow, and, as foals begin to mature, some more hands-on human intervention... Download

February 2022 - West Coast: Refreshing Addition

  • January 18, 2022
  • 654 Downloads
  • File Size 1.2MB

Lovacres Ranch sees Stay Thirsty's first California crop enjoy success By Tracy Gantz CALIFORNIA HAS TRADITIONALLY DONE WELL with its homegrown stallions. Download this week's Regional to continue... Download

February 2022 - Mid-Atlantic: More Than Enough

  • January 18, 2022
  • 755 Downloads
  • File Size 2.6MB

Knicks Go provides thrills, rewards for his Maryland breeders By Josh Pons ALL GREAT HORSE STORIES intertwine with a great people story. Download this week's Regional to continue reading. Download

February 2022 - Northeast: Back on Track

  • January 18, 2022
  • 541 Downloads
  • File Size 1.4MB

New York-bred program sees sales records, top runners in 2021 By Tom Pedulla FROM THE SALES RING to the racetrack, New York's breeding program demonstrated its resilience following a year of silence... Download

January 2022 - Older Mares: Just a Number?

  • December 21, 2021
  • 815 Downloads
  • File Size 3.6MB

Studies offer clues on when mare age is a concer, and when it isn't by Amanda Duckworth AS BREEDING SEASON draws closer, Thoroughbred broodmares are being prepped for another year of being productive... Download

January 2022 - Southeast: Well Grounded

  • December 21, 2021
  • 829 Downloads
  • File Size 2.3MB

Stewardship the passion that fuels John and Leslie Malone By Cynthia McFarland THE PURCHASE OF LAND TO maintain it for agricultural use and, specifically, to protect it from the developer's bulldozer... Download

January 2022 - Midwest/Canada: Lifelong Companions

  • December 21, 2021
  • 1,122 Downloads
  • File Size 4.7MB

Minnesota Breeder of the Year Michaels gradually upgrades her operation By Christine Oser WHAT STARTED AS A SEARCH by Lorie Michaels for a companion horse in the Minneapolis area has turned into a full... Download

January 2022 - Southwest: Love of the Game

  • December 21, 2021
  • 1,009 Downloads
  • File Size 4.6MB

Tri-Star Racing's Robertson, Dean Find Success in Louisiana Racing, Breeding By Charlie McCarthy RICH ROBERTSON WAS TORN. The Tri-Star Racing co-owner didn't know whether his outfit should keep... Download

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