Definition of bloodstock in English:

bloodstock

noun

  • treated as singular or plural Thoroughbred horses considered collectively.

    • ‘The breakthrough paves the way to preserving the best race horse bloodstock by creating clones suitable for breeding.’
    • ‘‘During the past several years, I've kept almost all of my Thoroughbred bloodstock at Lane's End,’ he said.’
    • ‘There's also a very active bloodstock industry in the Newbridge area, where horseracing has always been enormously popular.’
    • ‘I will hand in my license at the end of next season and after that I plan to be very much involved in the bloodstock world.’
    • ‘The 42-year-old, who now works as bloodstock agent, had faced five charges, including passing on privileged information for monetary reward.’

Pronunciation

bloodstock

/ˈblədˌstäk//ˈblədˌstɑk/