bloodstock industry

bloodstock industry

n
the breeding and training of racehorses
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I HAVE read your news report on the bloodstock industry with great interest and agree with its findings that it needs to be regulated.
"He had a great grasp of the bloodstock industry and he couldn't do enough for you when you required his assistance.
Strangely, its currency isn't the Equatorial guinea, which probably explains why it's not renowned as the centre of the global bloodstock industry.
CLASSIC winner Roderic O'Connor has been sold by his Ballydoyle/Coolmore partners to stand at the Poonawalla Stud, India's leading breeding operation, in a major coup for that country's bloodstock industry, writes Richard Griffiths.
IT IS genuinely exciting that there is going to be major Irish involvement in the evolving bloodstock industry in China.
The departure of O'Hagan, lauded for his role in the Irish bloodstock industry's muchpublicised deal in China, will come as a big surprise to many.
INS chief executive John Osborne said: "Like everyone else in the bloodstock industry we still have to weather the storm.
FIGURES released by Horse Racing Ireland have shown encouraging signs for the country's bloodstock industry in the first half of this year.
The centenarian Swiss-born industrialist played a major part in furthering the international reputation of the Irish bloodstock industry in the 50 years since his purchase of Moyglare Stud.
"It reflects the importance we attach to bloodstock and is our way of saying 'thank you' for all the help we receive from the bloodstock industry, be it editorially or through advertising.
"It could be damaging for the welfare of horses and the continued future of the bloodstock industry."