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Econ 101 - By Dan Liebman

The day off from selling at the Keeneland September yearling sale provides consignors and buyers alike a chance to catch their breath after the first four days of the auction while preparing for the remaining... Read More

Numbers Game - By Dan Liebman

Not that many years ago it seemed fine to know, and record into past performances, that a horse had run six furlongs in 1:11 1/5. Today we wouldn’t stand for that because we now understand the difference... Read More

Crop Chop - By Dan Liebman

The question was not whether fewer mares were bred this year, but exactly how many? With a struggling economy, stallion owners were talking about a reduction in mares for all but the hottest stallions... Read More

Bounce Back - By Dan Liebman

The general economy in the United States is starting to show signs of recovery, elements of which are necessary to improve individual industries, such as the business of breeding and racing Thoroughbreds... Read More

Cut the Cup - By Dan Liebman

It sounds like something Yogi Berra would say, but in this recessionary economic time, many companies were in healthy financial shape until they weren’t. It is hard to imagine a company or business anywhere... Read More

Party Time - By Dan Liebman

Carl Rollins is not a horse owner, breeder, trainer, nor jockey. He doesn’t work for a racetrack, sale company, racing organization, or bloodstock agent. He has never mucked a stall, hotwalked a horse... Read More

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