- racehorses of Thoroughbred breeding, taken as a whole.
Origin of bloodstock
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Examples from the Web for bloodstock
The Queen's bloodstock adviser indicated in a statement that this is the suspected source of the morphine.Queen's Horse Tests Positive For Morphine
July 22, 2014
We were less than three miles from Bloodstock when the off hind tire burst.
Help me to get her in here, and then we'll push off to Bloodstock together.
Reason dictates that I should foot-slog it to Bloodstock and try and get the police moving; but I can't leave you here.
Yet there is nothing that is held more sacred in every cottage home throughout the land than the Preservation of our Bloodstock.
Already our Bloodstock has suffered cruelly from gaps in the Grand Stand.
- thoroughbred horses, esp those bred for racing
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