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The Jockey Club's Illustrated History of Thoroughbred Racing in America (edition 1994)

by Edward L. Bowen, Steven Crist (Introduction)

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A history of thoroughbred racing in America. This illustrated history of the horses and the sport, full of photographs, paintings and ephemera, covers the top champions and the major bloodlines, as well as a chronological history of the sport.
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Title:The Jockey Club's Illustrated History of Thoroughbred Racing in America
Authors:Edward L. Bowen
Other authors:Steven Crist (Introduction)
Info:Bulfinch Pr (1994), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 256 pages
Collections:HKJC Racing Books - Andrew Li's Collection
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