Monthly Archives: July 2018

Middleburg’s National Sporting Library A Treasure For Students Of Racing History

The following appeared in The Paulick Report July 3rd and was written by Natalie Voss.

These days, it seems the answer to almost any question of Thoroughbred history can be found either in the stacks of the Keeneland Library or the archives at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame. But there was a time when your average fan or journalist couldn’t access either.

In the 1950s, Virginia horseman George Ohrstrom saw this as a problem. Over the… Continue reading