American Racehorse Magazine

United States Racehorse Magazine

is a quarterly magazine published by the North American thoroughbred trainer magazine. Whole blood owners, whole blood trainers, whole blood partnerships, whole blood retirement

The American Racehorse (formerly Southern Racehorse) is a printed magazine covering the purebred race and breed industries in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. This magazine is sponsored by and to all members of the: South Carolina Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association of Oklahoma (TRAO)Alabama HBPA (ALHBPA)Arkansas Thoroughbred Breeders' and Horsemen's Association (ATBHA)Colorado Thoroughbred Breeders Association (CTBA)Georgia Horse Racing Coalition alliance ((GHRC)North Carolina Thoroughbred Association (NCTA)South Carolina Thoroughbredreders and Breeders Association (SCTOBA)und mehr als als 1,

The American Racehorse was developed to present the riders and riders of all countries of the area and at the same time to inform the members of these federations with information and insights that will help them to success.

The American Racehorse is released sixfold a year plus the American Racehorse Stallion Register and has a print run of more than 6,000 copies. American Racehorse is released by Denis Blake, former publisher of The Texas Thoroughbred and an industrial veteran with more than 20 years of professional expertise, whose work has been featured in The Blood-Horse, Daily Racing Form, Thoroughbred Times and ESPN.com.

For American Racehorse please go to www.americanracehorse.com.

stud register

American Racehorse, with a print run of more than 5,000 copies, is the biggest thoroughbred book in the area and the only one specifically covering Texas and Oklahoma. American Racehorse Stallion Register contains detailed information on more than 70 studs in both states and is an inestimable source for any grower.

Click here to get to the Stallion Register on-line, or if you are looking for the free hypomation function, click here. For more information about the American Racehorse magazine and the magazine's on-line issue, click here.

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