The Blood-Horse Authoritative Guide to Breeding Thoroughbreds
A complex enterprise such as breeding Thoroughbred racehorses needs a good handbook, especially for the novice owner.
Product #: B11-1108(BHP)
Author: Staff of Blood-Horse Publications
Pages: 112 pages
ABOUT THE PRODUCT
A complex enterprise such as breeding Thoroughbred racehorses needs a good handbook, especially for the novice owner. The Blood-Horse Authoritative Guide to Breeding Thoroughbreds
is just such a tool. It lays a solid foundation for venturing into a complicated and risky undertaking. This comprehensive reference, compiled by the staff of The Blood-Horse
, America's leading weekly Thoroughbred racing magazine, provides the overview any horse owner needs to enter the breeding business. Information covered ranges from finding a mare and choosing a stallion to formulating a business plan and negotiating breeding contracts.
About the Authors:
Contributors include Dan Liebman, executive editor of The Blood-Horse
; Eric Mitchell, research director of The Blood-Horse
and editor of MarketWatch, a newsletter for racing industry professionals; Frank Mitchell, a respected pedigree analyst and author of Great Breeders and Their Methods: The Hancocks
; Judy Marchman, managing editor of Eclipse Press; Tom Hall, senior editor of Eclipse Press; and Rena Baer, assistant editor of Eclipse Press.