bloodstock industry

bloodstock industry

n
the breeding and training of racehorses
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PUNCHESTOWN will stage an Up The Yard Day on Saturday, November 18, in recognition of the stable and stud staff involved in the Irish racing and bloodstock industry.
Europe's 3 major racing nations have formed an alliance to attract worldwide investment into the European racing and bloodstock industry.
The Irish bloodstock industry generates 16,000 jobs, EUR1billion for the economy and exports worth almost EUR160million to 35 countries.
IRISH breeders are battling a desperate rearguard action to save the financial corner-stone of the the country's bloodstock industry.
Football has had to tackle the question of transfer deals and the role agents play, now the bloodstock industry needs to take a close look at its agency arrangements.
Among them was Poa pratensis, now better known as Kentucky bluegrass; it is still one of the most popular lawn grasses in America as well as supporting a thriving bloodstock industry.
The downsizing has been the talk of the bloodstock industry in recent months but has not hitherto been acknowledged.
It is a testament to our amazing bloodstock industry that China would have such confidence to do business with us.
The Jockey Club has no regulatory jurisdiction over the bloodstock industry but we are calling a meeting of the relevant organisations to discuss how to increase transparency in sales transactions.
Moquet, who will launch the venture on July 1, has developed a broad knowledge of the bloodstock industry working for some of the world's biggest organisations.
Mr Coveney said: "Cheltenham 2011 will live long in the memory and was a tremendous advertisement for the Irish bloodstock industry.
Buckley, a widely respected and popular figure in the bloodstock industry, died at his home on Saturday.