Serving Florida's Thoroughbred Horse Racing Owners, Trainers and Horsemen
Category

Thoroughbred News

Record Number Of Overseas Entries For Royal Ascot Meet

A record number of overseas entries from eight countries feature among a total of 394 entries for the eight Group One highlights at Royal Ascot in June this year. There are 164 overseas entries in all, as against a previous best of 156 in 2013, including a record 35 from outside Europe (previous highest 27 […]

The post Record Number Of Overseas Entries For Royal Ascot Meet appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

Dream Dance Eyes Shot at Kentucky Oaks

Count Dream Dance among the 3-year-old fillies now being pointed for the Longines Kentucky Oaks (gr. I) in the wake of the April 17 announcement that unbeaten champion Songbird has been declared out after developing a low-grade fever.

Mo Speed: Derby Hopeful Mo Tom Zips Four Furlongs At Churchill Downs

Kentucky Derby hopeful Mo Tom, who made it into the 20-horse Derby field this week with the defection of Rebel Stakes winner Cupid, turned in a swift workout at Churchill Downs early Wednesday morning The 3-year-old colt by Uncle Mo zipped four furlongs in 47 seconds flat this morning. According to official Churchill Downs' clockers, […]

The post Mo Speed: Derby Hopeful Mo Tom Zips Four Furlongs At Churchill Downs appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

Using Grazing Muzzles To Prevent Choke

Usually used to prevent horses and ponies from overindulging on lush pasture grasses, research is showing that grazing muzzles can be used for more than the prevention of pasture-associated laminitis: They can help prevent choke, as well. When a horse chokes, his esophagus becomes blocked by eaten material, whether hay, grain or grass. The horse […]

The post Using Grazing Muzzles To Prevent Choke appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

OBS Sale Opens on Strong Note

Topped by an Into Mischief colt bought by Spendthrift Farm for $335,000, the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Co.’s April sale of 2-year-olds in training began on a strong note April 19, with across-the-board increases in gross, average, and median prices.

Parx EHV-1: Sixth Positive Reported, New Protocols Implemented

With a sixth equine herpesvirus positive reported at Parx Racing, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has implemented new protocols at the facility, reports drf.com. Four horses have died as a result, and a fifth has been moved to an isolation facility off the grounds. Director of Racing Sam Elliott has begun the process of constructing […]

The post Parx EHV-1: Sixth Positive Reported, New Protocols Implemented appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

Tepin Among Late Nominees To Churchill’s Woodford Reserve Turf Classic

Robert E. Masterson's Eclipse Award champion Tepin, who defeated an international field of males in the $2 million Breeders' Cup Mile (Grade I) at Keeneland and scored a dominant victory in last week's Coolmore Jenny Wiley Stakes (GI) over the Lexington, Ky. track's turf course, heads a group of five grass specialists who are late […]

The post Tepin Among Late Nominees To Churchill’s Woodford Reserve Turf Classic appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.

Prairie Meadows Implements Bio-Security Protocols In Response To Fonner EHV-1 Positives

Prairie Meadows Casino, Racetrack, and Hotel will implement additional Equine Herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1) bio-security protocols effective immediately. Prairie Meadows is set to open its 2016 Thoroughbred racing season on Thursday, April 28. “The track is not under quarantine and we have had no positive tests for EHV-1 here,” said Dr. John Sweeney, the Iowa Racing and […]

The post Prairie Meadows Implements Bio-Security Protocols In Response To Fonner EHV-1 Positives appeared first on Horse Racing News | Paulick Report.