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  • Paperback
  • 344
  • Ruffian Burning From the Start
  • Jane Schwartz
  • English
  • 15 September 2020
  • 9780345450005

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Review ¾ Ruffian Burning From the Start 107 Had ever seen Beginning with her earliest days in Kentucky the book follows Ruffian at every stage of her career and through the agony of her final hours– venturing behind the scenes of the racing world and exploring the politics and personalities that came together to shape this extraordinary filly’s fate. I remember crying for 3 days after Ruffian was put down I also re evaluated my desire to be a vet And learned that I was not cut out to be one I would not be able to put a horse down nor allow one who needed to be put down to live in pain and be able to live with my decision Dusty Warriors Modern Soldiers at War in Kentucky the book follows Ruffian at every stage of her career and through the agony of her final hours– venturing behind the scenes of the racing world and exploring the politics and personalities that came together to shape this extraordinary filly’s fate. I remember crying for 3 days after Ruffian was put down I also re evaluated my desire to be a vet And learned that I was not cut out to be one I would not be able to put a horse down nor allow one who needed to be put down to live Sara in pain and be able to live with my decision

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Review ¾ Ruffian Burning From the Start 107 During two short seasons at the track Ruffian was hailed as the greatest thoroughbred filly of all time Unbeaten in her first ten starts she shattered one record after another dazzling crowds with both her beauty and her brilliant speed Then tragedy struck on the afternoon of July 6 1975 Ruffian broke down–on. I can t decide why I liked this book I don t know that it was necessarily as well written as some of the other thoroughbred biographies Lauren Hillenbrand s specifically but I still enjoyed itThe end we all know And of course I cried A lot But the rest of the story was still interesting to read I guess what makes this less exciting is that Ruffian never really had a chance to really show off what she could do Man o War got his fair time on the track as did Secretariat and Seabiscuit battled back from so much that even those victories are impressive enough But Ruffian s career was cut short when she was only just beginning to approach the peak of her career The book is less exciting than others only because she was never given the chance to be as exciting as she could have been All in all it s a pretty good story with an incredibly sad ending Worth a read if you love horses but probably not interesting enough for those who are not horse people

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Review ¾ Ruffian Burning From the Start 107 The lead–in the middle of a match race at Belmont Park Later that night she had to be destroyedRuffian Burning from the Start is the story of this exceptional filly a horse so dominating so powerful that writer Walter Farley once suggested she was like the fictional legend the Black Stallion than any colt he. Even though I ws a little girl when her tragedy occurred knew what the outcome would be before I ever read it this was an amazing book It made me laugh it made me cry The photos were a wonderful memory to have of this filly who gave her heart to her sport who s broken life touched America s horse lovers Thoroughbred lovers around the world Rest In Peace brave girl You were a star that burned out way too soon Street Knowledge is the story of this exceptional filly a horse so dominating so powerful that writer Walter Farley once suggested she was like the fictional legend the Black Stallion than any colt he. Even though I ws a little girl when her tragedy occurred knew what the outcome would be before I ever read Pierre Gy's Sampling Theory and Sampling Practice Heterogeneity Sampling Correctness and Statistical Process Control it this was an amazing book It made me laugh The sheikh and the dustbin and other McAuslan stories it made me cry The photos were a wonderful memory to have of this filly who gave her heart to her sport who s broken life touched America s horse lovers Thoroughbred lovers around the world Rest In Peace brave girl You were a star that burned out way too soon