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Masters of the Turf

Masters of the Turf: Ten Trainers Who Dominated Horse Racing's Golden Age is a biographical book written by Edward L. Bowen and published by Eclipse Press on January 25, 2007. (ISBN 978-1581501490)

A Thoroughbred horse racing historian, Edward Bowen recounts the stories of legendary American horse trainers:

  • Herbert J. Thompson


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