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  • 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...

  • Women of the Yearby Staff and Correspondents of Blood-Horse Publications

    Eclipse Press 2004; US$ 9.99

    Horse of the Year is the highest honor bestowed in Thoroughbred racing, and ten superlative fillies have worn this mantle of greatness. Women of the Year profiles these outstanding racehorses and chronicles the eras in which they raced. They include Miss Woodford, who won the title in consecutive years in the late 19th century; Regret, the 1915 Kentucky... more...

  • Horse Racing's Greatest Rivalriesby Staff and Correspondents of Blood-Horse Publications

    Eclipse Press 2008; US$ 9.99

    Muhammad Ali had Joe Frazier. Chris Evert had Martina Navratilova. Jack Nicklaus had Arnold Palmer. And, Affirmed had Alydar. These great sport rivals will forever be intertwined in history. Rivalries are why we tune in. They’re what we discuss at the water cooler the next morning after a big game. Horse Racing’s Greatest Rivalries explores... more...

  • Horse Racing's Top 100 Momentsby Staff and Correspondents of Blood-Horse Publications

    Eclipse Press 2006; US$ 9.99

    Some of horse racing’s most respected authorities looked at feats of greatness, world records, legendary rivalries, and innovations to rank the sport’s top 100 moments. They weighed individual accomplishments against industry initiatives, innovations against lucky breaks to come up with the definitive list. They pondered Secretariat’s... more...

  • The Blood-Horse Authoritative Guide to Auctionsby Staff and Correspondents of Blood-Horse Publications

    Eclipse Press 2004; US$ 9.99

    A concise guide to the major Thoroughbred auction companies, types of sales, price ranges, and buying and selling protocols. This guide is the first in a series from The Blood-Horse magazine, the international authority on racing and breeding. more...

  • The Blood-Horse Authoritative Guide to Pinhookingby Staff and Correspondents of Blood-Horse Publications

    Eclipse Press 2007; US$ 9.99

    Pinhooking is the practice of buying a horse, then reselling it for a profit. A high-risk venture, pinhooking can reap major rewards, but it can also backfire when a horse is resold for less than the original purchase price. The Blood-Horse Guide to Pinhooking for Profit can provide prospective pinhookers with a plan for making educated purchases,... more...

  • Ruffianby Milton C. Toby

    Eclipse Press 2002; US$ 9.99

    Even against the backdrop of the seventies, a decade of equine superstars and Triple Crown winners, Ruffian's story stands out as one of the most poignant of her time. This great black filly, often mistaken for a colt because of her impressive size, soared to record-breaking heights. Along the way she garnered a following of both hardened... more...

  • Barbaroby Pamela K. Brodowsky; Tom Philbin

    HarperCollins 2009; Not Available

    This up-to-minute book follows the story of Barbaro, the Triple Crown contender whose unlikely fight back from almost certain death from a shattered leg and ensuing complications captured the hearts of a nation who responded with a stunning display of love. In 132 years of derby races, only 11 horses have won the Triple Crown, the last in 1978. Barbaro... more...

  • Bred To Runby Mike Helm

    Henry Holt and Co. 2014; US$ 7.99

    Bred to Run: The Making of a Thoroughbred  is a book by Mike Helm, providing insights about horse breeding and the horse-racing industry gathered from Helm's time spent at Claiborne Farm. more...