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A thoroughbred

A thoroughbred

a society comedy drama in three acts

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Published by Riverside Printing Co. in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Aaron H. Woodhull
SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination45 p
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15205172M

  Janice L. Blake, Thoroughbred race horse jockey and author, describes how to take a horse to the race track and back safely. This guide is great for beginners, owners, and other rail birds who want to know more about what goes on behind the scenes of a Thoroughbred race track as the horses are being exercised in the morning. Four Thoroughbred Legends. The juvenile, or 2-year old, careers of Colin, Man-o-War, Ruffian and Landaluce provide the foundation for discussing the question of thoroughbred statistics are used informally to provide readers a basis f.

Camden, SC: Thoroughbred Bloodlines 23p, no ills. Good paperbound (covers stained, dogeared and chipped due to poor storage). ** This is the large pamphlet published by Wall "to cover prominent horses developed in and to bring Thoroughbred Bloodlines up to date," and to correct errors in that book. THOROUGHBRED MARE MATING. A few notes on how hard it is to breed a good thoroughbred. 1 Your mare needs to be able to match stallions that are available and preferably you can breed for either sex, as fillies and colts most of the time require different line breeding. 2 Check out nicks, are the ones stated correct? as I find more often than not, they are caused by a lot of certain stallion.

The General Stud Book. Weatherbys services for thoroughbred horses. The General Stud Book. General Stud Book Online Thoroughbred registration services Read more. GSB Fact Book E-Edition A wealth of industry statistics Read more. Order Return of Mares Containing foaling and covering results for the breeding season. Get this from a library! Hoofbeats: the story of a thoroughbred. [Cynthia McFarland] -- Text and photographs describe the life of a thoroughbred race horse, from .


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