Triple Crown winner American Pharoah will break from post position four on Saturday as he tries to become the first horse in history to win the Kentucky Derby, Preakness, Belmont Stakes, and Breeders’ Cup Classic. The race will almost certainly … Continue reading →
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The Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale got off to a positive start on the opening day with a wide representation of International buyers. Seven lots topped six-figures and the top lot made 240,000 guineas. A total of 228 lots … Continue reading →
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New York is the only state which mandates blood and urine testing for claimed horses, but not for much longer. Each test currently costs the commission around $150, so the projected annual savings are just over $250,000, according to the … Continue reading →
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There’s no other handicapping outfit more prepared to tackle the Breeders’ Cup wagering challenges than Jim Mazur of Progressive Handicapping. This year will be the 24th edition of Mazur’s Crushing the Cup, which is available in both hard copy and … Continue reading →
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Goldikova was perhaps not the most likely-looking of Breeders’ Cup legends–a diminutive mare with a plain head and often sour expression—but she remains the only horse to win three Breeders’ Cup races. The daughter of Anabaa has a well-earned place … Continue reading →
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True horseplayers and handicappers at the “Betting the Breeders’ Cup” event Tuesday night at the Grand Reserve in Lexington will rely on statistics, times, facts and professional advice; if there’s one sentimental play in this year’s Cup races, though, it may … Continue reading →
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Jockey Corey Lanerie led all riders in number of wins this week with ten while competing against the top competition in North America at Keeneland Racecourse. That great week of racing helped Lanerie win the riding title for the Keeneland … Continue reading →
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Former Indiana Senator Thomas Weatherwax, chairman of the Indiana Horse Racing Commission, is looking to the future following the unanimous decision to fire executive director Joe Gorajec. Weatherwax is focused on building the Indiana racing industry, from the breeders basing … Continue reading →
Breeders’ Cup week has kicked off in Lexington, Ky., and there are many events around the bluegrass area that are expected to draw big crowds. As the Lexington Herald-Leader reports, local airports also are expecting a major increase in business, as travelers … Continue reading →
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The Paulick Report welcomes back photographer Eric Kalet as he shares his unique perspective on-site at the track in the days leading up to the Breeders’ Cup World Championships. Each day, we’ll see through Eric’s eyes the preparations, festivities, and important … Continue reading →
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