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US Isolationism Could Harm Breeding Industry

Thursday, 19th November 2009

Meanwhile fellow industry analyst Philip Freedman has examined the state of the breeding industries in both Europe & the US for racingpost.com & asserted: “Fundamental differences are emerging as to the respective health of the 2 bloodstock industries. Whereas in the past it may have been true to talk of a global market place, there are indications that this is now breaking down. . . . . There is a growing perception that the American breed is becoming somewhat isolated from the rest of the world, not least because of its continuing domination by traditional dirt racing & the reliance which that creates on medications banned in other racing jurisdictions.” To read the full analysis, click on the link in The Great Debate panel on the right-hand side of this page.

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