By Kent Hollingsworth,Ed Bowen
Kent Hollingsworth captures the flavour and surroundings of the game of Kings within the dramatic account of the improvement of the Thoroughbred in Kentucky. starting from frontier days, whilst racing was once performed in open fields as horse-to-horse demanding situations among proud vendors, to the current, whilst a possible Triple Crown champion may perhaps promote for thousands of greenbacks, The Kentucky Thoroughbred considers ten impressive stallions that ruled the form of racing of their time as representing the numerous eras of Kentucky Thoroughbred breeding. No much less colourful are his money owed of the vendors, breeders, running shoes, and jockeys linked to those Thoroughbreds, a bunch dedicated to a game packed with excessive event and nice hazards.
First released in 1976, this renowned Kentucky vintage has been multiplied and taken modern during this new edition.