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The Blood-Horse has drifted to a new low of dysfunctional performance. In the Oct. 23 issue, the former flagship publication of Thoroughbred breeding offered subscribers insights into the relationship between successful produce and the racing class of broodmares, birth rank, and the post-barren effect.

All well and good, even if not exactly new ground. The only hitch is that the statistics used in the article don’t add up.

In his sardonic post on this train wreck, Boojum’s Bonanza builds the Blood-Horse a new orifice for their feckless frolic through a serious subject.

It makes one wonder if there’s anyone home.