Saratoga: the ultimate racing experience, 2004, 144 pages, frank r. scatoni, daily racing form incorporated, 2004, ebook
Saratoga: The Ultimate Racing Experience, Frank R. Scatoni, DAILY RACING FORM Incorporated, 2004,0972640169, 9780972640169, 144 pages. In a town that lives and breathes Thoroughbred racing, this titlebrings to life the total Saratoga racing experience. From the backside, frontside, cultural monuments, andafter- race-day social gatherings, racing aficionados will treasure this unique keepsake.
Go for the Green: The Handicapper's Guide to Grass Racing , Bill Heller, Nov 1, 2003, Sports & Recreation,144 pages. This book is the fourth book from the new DRF Elements of Handicapping series and proves to beanother nice addition to this unique collection. Bill Heller, one of the nation's .
Run, Baby, Run What Every Owner, Breeder & Handicapper Should Know about Lasix in Racehorses, BillHeller, 2002, Medical, 200 pages. .
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Homestretch A Celebration of America's Greatest Tracks, Nancy Stout, 2000, Sports & Recreation, 224 pages. This lively historical compilation covers the fifteen greatest Thoroughbred horse-racing tracks in NorthAmerica, with vivid black-and-white photographs of the most famous .
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The compleat horseplayer , Tom Ainslie, 1966, Games, 172 pages. .
Seabiscuit the screenplay, Gary Ross, Nov 25, 2003, Art, 229 pages. A LONG SHOT BECOMES ALEGEND Seabiscuit, the #1 New York Times bestseller, became one of this yearÐ²Ð‚â„¢s most popular andcritically acclaimed movies. Now, here is the complete .
Old Friends Visits With My Favorite Thoroughbreds, , Jan 1, 2002, Pets, 224 pages. Barbara Livingstonshares her love of aging thoroughbreds in this book of photos of elderly thoroughbreds that once raced.
Horse Sense , Willow Creek Press, 2004, Nature, 112 pages. Engaging color photos showcasing the beauty,power, and majesty of the horse are paired with quotations about horses, their simple good sense, and how
Horse: A Portrait A Photographer's Life With Horses, Christiane Slawik, Apr 17, 2007, Pets, 192 pages. Horse: A Portrait is a collection of photographs and writing by award-winning photographer ChristianeSlawik. Taking us on her travels around the world photographing horses .
Graveyard of Champions Saratoga's Fallen Favorites, Bill Heller, Jan 1, 2002, Sports & Recreation, 255pages. This book explores the phenomenon of Saratoga Racecourse through the stories of the great horses thathave fallen victim there, from Man o' War to Secretariat.
Saratoga Tales Great Horses, Fearless Jockeys, Shocking Upsets and Incredible Blunders at America'sLegendary Race Track, Bill Heller, 2006, Sports & Recreation, 193 pages. Saratoga has always been a specialplace for people who love Thoroughbred racing. ESPN called Saratoga "the loveliest racetrack in the country"and Sports Illustrated rated it .
Saratoga Stories Gangsters, Gamblers, and Racing Legends, Jon Bartels, 2007, Sports & Recreation, 203pages. Describes the unlikely founding of Saratoga Race Course by former chicken thief John Morrissey andhis establishment of Saratoga as a leading Gilded Age track, in a historical .
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