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  • Sire Linesby Abram Hewitt

    Eclipse Press 2006; US$ 9.99

    The original Sire Lines, published in 1977 by The Blood-Horse and long out of print, holds a revered place in the annals of Turf history as the preeminent work on American Thoroughbred pedigrees. Now from Eclipse Press’ new imprint, The Blood-Horse Classics Library, comes an updated edition of this important volume, written by the late Abram S.... more...

  • Cigarby Jay Hovdey

    Eclipse Press 1999; US$ 9.99

    Cigar's life is chronicled from his birth in Maryland, his days as a young foal in Kentucky, and his illustrious racing career. Includes 24 pages of color photographs. Jay Hovdey brings America's Horse straight to the heart in an engaging story of how a champion is made. Follow Cigar from his early disappointments through his rise from obscurity.... more...

  • Swapsby Barry Irwin

    Eclipse Press 2002; US$ 9.99

    Swaps possessed true star quality. The strikingly handsome horse devastated his competition with his brilliant speed, and delighted his throng of fans. He delivered a dramatic performance in 1955 when he defeated chief rival Nashua in the Kentucky Derby. A colorful supporting cast surrounded Swaps--his owner and trainer, the Mormon cowboys Rex Ellsworth... more...

  • Genuine Riskby Hallie McEvoy

    Eclipse Press 2003; US$ 9.99

    She was a classic diva. Brassy, beautiful, and bold, Genuine Risk did things her way, from taking on the boys on the racetrack to making her owners, caretakers, and fans wait thirteen years before she had a baby. On May 3, 1980, Genuine Risk became the second filly ever to win the Kentucky Derby, and she did it with style, grabbing the lead with a... more...

  • Round Tableby John McEvoy

    Eclipse Press 2002; US$ 9.99

    Round Table was an everyman's horse. In an era when larger-than-life racehorses such as Native Dancer, Swaps, and Nashua became national heroes, Round Table quietly and steadily racked up victories. In Round Table: Thoroughbred Legends #16, longtime editor and writer John McEvoy tells the inspirational story of the horse who gave his all every... more...

  • Own a Racehorse Without Spending a Fortuneby Harold Metzel

    Eclipse Press 2003; US$ 9.99

    Owning a piece of a racehorse is the easiest, least expensive--and safest-- way to participate in the Sport of Kings. The author offers a personal and practical primer on racehorse partnerships. more...

  • Best of Talkin' Horsesby Ron Mitchell

    Eclipse Press 2008; US$ 9.99

    Do you want to know what racing’s most prominent trainers, owners, breeders, jockeys, veterinarians, and others in the racing industry really think? About drugs in racing? About the best prospects for the Derby? About racing two-year-olds? Best of Talkin’ Horses provides a unique perspective on all sorts of horse topics in this collection... more...

  • Sunday Silenceby Ray Paulick

    Eclipse Press 2009; US$ 9.99

    Sunday Silence started life with the odds stacked against him. He was still a youngster when his breeder decided to sell him, no one wanted to buy him, and a van accident nearly killed him. But Sunday Silence refused to be beaten. Under the tutelage of legendary trainer Charlie Whittingham, the near-black colt showed another facet of the stubborn resiliency... more...

  • Ride of Their Livesby Lenny Shulman

    Eclipse Press 2002; US$ 9.99

    Pat Day, Jerry Bailey, Corey Nakatani, and other jockeys reveal how they deal with the pressure of riding horses at top speeds day in and day out, the reality of injury, and the issue of weight. more...

  • Citationby Pauhla Smith

    Eclipse Press 2000; US$ 9.99

    Racing fans and horse lovers alike will enjoy this biography of the 1948 Triple Crown winner and record-setter Citation. This book looks at the colt's earliest training, his rise to prominence as a three-year-old, his triumphant return to racing after a leg injury, and his success as Thoroughbred racing's first millionaire with an unprecedented... more...