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bloodstock in Horses topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbloodstockblood‧stock /ˈblʌdstɒk $ -stɑːk/ noun [uncountable]  DSHhorses that have been bred for racing a bloodstock auction
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bloodstockAs for insurance, the market for horses is dominated by nine main companies with an estimated bloodstock trade of £400 million.Last year Sangster sold his Vernons Pools empire for £90m in order to concentrate on his bloodstock interests.Horse racing's decline was deepened by last year's collapse in bloodstock values.But with the current depressed state of bloodstock trading there was little prospect of any records being broken.Looking after Sheikh al Hassan's bloodstock interests.By slow degrees, the world of the bloodstock sales lost the best part of its consuming interest for Dada.