Foals played at WinStar Farm on Big Sink Road in Midway. The number of mares bred in Kentucky has dropped by more than 6,000 since 2007, but the state's share of all mares bred nationally has increased from 35 percent to 43 percent.
Foals played at WinStar Farm on Big Sink Road in Midway. The number of mares bred in Kentucky has dropped by more than 6,000 since 2007, but the state's share of all mares bred nationally has increased from 35 percent to 43 percent.
Foals played at WinStar Farm on Big Sink Road in Midway. The number of mares bred in Kentucky has dropped by more than 6,000 since 2007, but the state's share of all mares bred nationally has increased from 35 percent to 43 percent.

Despite drop, Ky. remains leader in Thoroughbred breeding market

October 21, 2011 12:00 AM

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