- Created on Tuesday, 11 September 2012
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September 2012 - The Lexington Herald-Leader starts the article with, "Buyers look for perfection at Keeneland, and sellers want to provide it. but the use of corrective surgery toward that goal always provokes debate. Even in a brutal economy for the Thoroughbred marketplace the past four years, one constant has remained — the buyers' desire to obtain the most horse for their dollars." In some cases, corrective surgery is the answer. But is this best for the longterm integrity of the breed?