Bred to Win. A saga set in the world of international horseracing. Praise for William Kinsolving.
Bred to Win. The best novel about thoroughbred racing I have read. London Evening Standard. An epic about a woman’s rise to power. Affluence, competition, and excitemen. insolving takes up the reins with stunning results.
Bred to Win Hardcover – April 1, 1990
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It takes Kinsolving 37 chapters and 612 pages to coalesce his many subplots to a very satisfactory ending. Thanks to my sister-in-law, Barb, who gave me this book with high recommendations years ago (it is stamped discard BHBL Community Library). I was daunted by the heft; but find it was wel An epic saga about the Thoroughbred racing and breeding industry as it follows Annie (of several last names) through a path from abject poverty to the heights of success on the race track (and almost back).
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Bred to win : a novel. Bred to win : a novel. Kinsolving, William. Thoroughbred horse, Horse breeders, Horse racing. New York : Doubleday.
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The bestselling author of Bred to Win and Born with the Century thrusts . William Bligh and eighteen men overboard
William Bligh and eighteen men overboard. History tells us that the mutineers settled on Pitcairn Island in the South Pacific where their idyll came to a violent end in a native uprising. In Kinsolving's novel, Christian does escape, and subsequently frees a beautiful young Englishwoman, Daphne, from debauched privateers.
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