Definition of bloodstock in English:

bloodstock

Line breaks: blood|stock
Pronunciation: /ˈblʌdstɒk
 
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noun

[treated as singular or plural]
Thoroughbred horses considered collectively: his huge investment in bloodstock [as modifier]: the bloodstock industry
More example sentences
  • ‘During the past several years, I've kept almost all of my Thoroughbred bloodstock at Lane's End,’ he said.
  • The breakthrough paves the way to preserving the best race horse bloodstock by creating clones suitable for breeding.
  • There's also a very active bloodstock industry in the Newbridge area, where horseracing has always been enormously popular.

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