For those who yearn to become a racehorse owner the following books come in handy to help you have your dreams come true. Before taking such a leap, there is a lot you can learn from these books, whether it is buying at the auctions or even claiming a horse before the start of the race. It is worth noting that horse racing is expensive and sometimes risky, but with these books, you will learn much on how to handle such issues. Let us have a brief analysis of the books you should choose to be successful.
New Thoroughbred Owners Handbook
Edited by Laura Proctor, this book has such a good, but short introduction, to horse racing for thoroughbred owners as well as the Breeders Association. The book sheds light on how to become an owner, how to find and actually get the horse you should buy, as well as all the help you will need to meet this goal. In addition to that, this book gives an insight on the steps to follow to get your horse right to the racetrack and down into the winner’s circle. The guideline closes with the cost you should expect for the whole activity.