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2017 Arabian Racing Yearbook

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by Arabian Horse World
March 1st, 2017

Our 2017 Arabian Racing Yearbook  can be enjoyed here: www.issuu.com/arabianhorseworld/ahw-arabian-racing-yearbook-2017

2017 Arabian Racing Yearbook

Table of Contents

Darley Preview — Top Ranked U.S. Racehorses by Steve Andersen

Group 1 Races

Grade 1 U.S. Races

Group 2 Races

Grade 2 U.S. Races

Group 3 Races

Grade 3 U.S. Races

A Conversation with Thomas Fourcy — Trainer of the Leading International Racehorse Al Mourtajez What’s Al Mourtajez really like? “… he is part of the family, he is our sweetheart, our blue-eyed boy.”

2016 Top International Racehorses, by Steve Andersen

2016 Leading U.S. Runner, Owners, and Trainers

A Conversation with Jean Pierre Deroubaix of the Royal Cavalry of Oman, by Steve Andersen

Conversation with Jon and Krista Henningsgard A story of dedication to horses, success in races, and thoughts on how the sport can improve, by Steve Andersen

AHW’s Racing Coverage

Racing Yearbook Index of Advertisers

 

www.issuu.com/arabianhorseworld/ahw-arabian-racing-yearbook-2017

 


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