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Incidentally, this is a great book to read during the annual run-up to the Derby.
It will give you an idea of the day-by-day agony and ecstasy of owning one of these good colts or fillies. Pity the poor owners and trainers who bring their special race horse right up to the first Saturday in May and then have to scratch him due to injury.
One of the dominant themes of Squires' book, is Rowdy KY sexy women versus them'-- the struggle for dominance on the race track and in the breeding shed between traditional Kentucky hardboots and slick California-based trainers, the Irish, the oil Sheiks, and the Japanese.
All of these men and women, no matter what the state of their cash flow have been infected by the same disease. It's called Derby Fever.
Squires himself was one of the bottom-feeders of the Thoroughbred business. He and his wife referred to as 'the dominant female' throughout this book owned Horny women in Sherburne, NY small Thoroughbred breeding farm in Lexington, Kentucky called Two Bucks, that they had acquired after he was fired from his job as editor of the 'Chicago Tribune.
There are some very telling anecdotes in this book, and names that you will recognize if you have any connection at all to horse racing. If I had to compare it to another chronicle of Thoroughbreds and their owners, the closest I could come would be "Wild Ride" Cantrall sex in Anne Hagedorn Auerbach.
I guess it takes really good reporters to give the rest of us insight into the disturbing but beautiful racehorse game.