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Paulick Report under brief construction

Attn. Paulick Report readers:    Our website will be undergoing a bit of construction over the next day or so.  Most readers will notice no difference as these changes are made, but a small minority of people could experience delays in the updating of content.   We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  We […]

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The Paulick Report Is Adding to Its Stable

Have you had dreams of becoming a horse racing writer but gave up on them because of the diminishing opportunities in Thoroughbred print? Looking for a fresh start in a fast-paced and positive work environment? Do you want to combine an education in the new media world with your love for horses and horse racing? […]

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Disqusing a New Commenting System

Wherever we go in the industry whether it’s tea with the Queen of England or croquet with the Sheikh of Dubai, one subject is always brought up in conversation. “What’s with those commenters on your site? Do they have jobs?” After we assure them that at least 30% of our readers are gainfully employed, they […]

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Inside the Paulick Report: Breeders’ Cup or Bust off to a great start!

We just wanted to take a moment and thank our readership for their amazing interest in being a part of this year’s Breeders’ Cup or Bust fundraising run/bike relay from Keeneland to Churchill Downs on Nov. 2 to benefit Breeders’ Cup Charities. We have been overwhelmed by the positive support just a couple days after […]

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Inside the Paulick Report: A Comment on Comments

Part of the cornerstone of the Paulick Report has always been an opportunity to have a free exchange of ideas in front of a international audience on the issues most affecting the Thoroughbred industry both at home and abroad. And with a bevy of industry influencers and decision makers being among our many readers, commentary […]

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Inside the Paulick Report: Mary Makes Four-ney

A month ago, the Paulick Report proudly announced its latest full-time hire in former NPR radio host Scott Jagow, who decided to drop his promising career in Los Angeles for the horse racing industry. We still don’t know if there was something in the water he was drinking, but really, what other explanation could there […]

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Inside The Paulick Report: Why You Should Join the Twitters

By @brad_cummings Social Networking and Social Media have quickly become pop culture phrases. Since the advent of Facebook and Twitter several years after that, these sites have evolved. Facebook has moved from a niche destination for 20-somethings and younger to beacons of society where those in their Golden Years are now navigating on a regular […]

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Go One-on-One Against Ray Paulick

Even though Ray has a great outside touch, we’re not talking about a one-on-one game of hoops. Instead, if you sign up today, you may have the opportunity to go head-to-head against Ray Paulick handicapping five of this weekend’s top races in our free contest The American Handicapper presented by Brisnet.com. The contest is easy […]

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Vote for the Paulick Report

When we switched over to the new Paulick Report, there were changes the public would never see including our transfer from WordPress to SilverStripe as our backend site editor. Why do we tell you this? It certainly isn’t because backend site editors are interesting in the least. But on the site SSbits, a spinoff site […]

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You Spoke, We Listened: Commenting on the Paulick Report

One of the biggest complaints we have received on the new Paulick Report has been the oppressive commenting “reCaptcha” box that requires a coded password to be entered after each comment. We agreed that this was a waste of time and has made the commenting process unnecessarily difficult. We are now utilizing an option that […]

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