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August 26, 2012 12:00 AM

At Taylor Made, a careful calculus of finding the right horse

Taylor Made, a 1,200-acre family operation in Jessamine County, will sell more horses than any other consignor in the world this year. At Keeneland's annual bellwether September yearling sale, which begins in two weeks, Taylor Made will market about 345 yearlings — not quite 10 percent of the entire catalog of 3,604.

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