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Goffs Orby Sale: Godolphin Goes To €1.2 million To Secure Galileo Filly

In what could be taken as at least a partial thaw in relations, Godolphin ended up going to €1.2 million to purchase a Galileo yearling filly at the Goffs Orby Sale in Co. Kildare, Ireland, on Tuesday. According to the Racing Post, John Gosden, representing Sheikh Mohammed and Godolphin at the sale, purchased Lot 35, a filly by […]

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Paul Schosberg Dies at 79

Paul Schosberg, a Thoroughbred breeder, two-term president of New York Thoroughbred Breeders, and the father of trainer Rick Schosberg, dies Sept. 25 after a long battle with cancer. He was 79.

Battle Of Midway On Target For Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile

Battle of Midway came out of his second-place finish in the G3 Oklahoma Derby in fine shape, and currently remains on target to make his next start in the G1 Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile at Del Mar. The Daily Racing Form reports that trainer Jerry Hollendorfer was pleased with how the colt performed at Remington Park on […]

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Paul Schosberg, 79, Dies: Led New York Thoroughbred Breeders

Paul A. Schosberg who had careers in journalism, politics, banking and an avocation in the Thoroughbred racing and breeding industry, died on Monday, Sept. 25, after complications from surgery and a long battle with cancer. He was 79. A 1959 graduate of Middlebury College, Mr. Schosberg began his career as a reporter then eventual bureau […]

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New York Clocker Suspended at Least 10 Years

State regulators in New York revoked the license to work in the racing industry of a former head clocker at the New York Racing Association for his role in an alleged conspiracy involving electronic trespassing of internal NYRA records.