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Tim Glyshaw with his first graded stakes winner, Bullards Alley
Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: ‘Wild’ Bullards Alley Rewards Glyshaw’s Patience

He may be a bit blunt, often sarcastic, and disparagingly enough in Kentucky, an avid Indiana University fan, but Tim Glyshaw is a trainer that takes time to understand and appreciate each of the horses in his barn. Moments after achieving his long-time goal of winning a graded stakes race, Glyshaw took to Facebook to […]

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Exaggerator (Curlin) and jockey Kent Desormeaux win the Preakness Stakes
Feld Family Stallions Presents Bloodlines: Like Father, Like Son?

With a splashing victory in the Grade 1 Preakness Stakes on May 21, Exaggerator showed why Triple Crown winners come around so infrequently. The Triple Crown requires a horse to adapt instantly to multiple situations for pace, track conditions, trip disadvantages, and sheer luck. And if any horse were to take advantage of something happening […]

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Exaggerator (Curlin) and jockey Kent Desormeaux win the Preakness Stakes
Kirkpatrick & Co. Present Photos Of The Week: Preakness Weekend

Pimlico Race Course took center stage over the weekend as it played host to the second jewel of the Triple Crown. Exaggerator finally turned the tables on rival Nyquist, handing the Kentucky Derby winner his first career defeat when he powered to a 3 1/2-length victory in the Preakness Stakes. If you have any photos […]

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Preakness winning Jockey Kent Desormeaux (left)  and trainer Keith Desormeaux (right) hoist the trophy at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.
Eric Kalet’s Triple Crown Photo Blog: Exaggerator Wins The Preakness

The Paulick Report is excited to have photographer Eric Kalet back in Baltimore this year to share his unique perspective on Preakness week. Each day, we’ll see through Eric’s eyes the preparations, festivities, and important moments leading up to the Black-Eyed Susan and Preakness, and of course, the races themselves. The Preakness contenders were dealt […]

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Scenes from Black Eyed Susan Day at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.
Eric Kalet’s Triple Crown Photo Blog: Black-Eyed Susan Day

The Paulick Report is excited to have photographer Eric Kalet back in Baltimore this year to share his unique perspective on Preakness week. Each day, we’ll see through Eric’s eyes the preparations, festivities, and important moments leading up to the Black-Eyed Susan and Preakness, and of course, the races themselves. The Preakness contenders were out […]

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Cavorting (left) battles with Carrumba (red cap) in the G2 Ruffian
Keeneland Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Bernardini On The Move

Grade 1 winner Cavorting earned her first victory since capturing the G2 Prioress Stakes in September when she cruised to an impressive five-length victory in the G2 Ruffian Stakes at Belmont Park. The win improved her record to 6-1-1 in 11 starts and increased her earnings to $1,128,000. Cavorting’s victory also helped propel her sire, […]

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Penelope Miller of Americas Best Racing pets an outrider's horse during Sunrise at Old Hilltop at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.
Eric Kalet’s Triple Crown Photo Blog: Preakness Prep

The Paulick Report is excited to have photographer Eric Kalet back in Baltimore this year to share his unique perspective on Preakness week. Each day, we’ll see through Eric’s eyes the preparations, festivities, and important moments leading up to the Black-Eyed Susan and Preakness, and of course, the races themselves. The Preakness contenders were out […]

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Sloppy conditions or not, can Nyquist follow in American Pharoah's footsteps?
The Friday Show Presented By DRF Bets: Preakness Now, Preakness Future?

For well over a century, the second leg of the Triple Crown has been contested at Pimlico Race Course. That’ll be the case again this year as Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist makes his bid for the Triple Crown, a feat accomplished by American Pharoah last year following a 37-year drought. However, based on recent developments, […]

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After a year off, Sunland Derby winner Firing Line is back on the worktab at Santa Anita
Lost And Found Presented By Horseware Ireland: Catching Up With Past Preakness Runners

This week, the Paulick Report debuts a new monthly feature called Lost and Found, in which we check in on horses and humans who may have disappeared from the public eye. Sometimes, like this month, we’ll give you brief updates on several individuals, while other times we might take a more in-depth look at what […]

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The Thoroughbred Horse Show Association aims to make shows both affordable and world-class
Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: The Thoroughbred Horse Show Association

Taking an off-track Thoroughbred to its first show can be a challenge. To that point in their lives, most of their travels revolved around racing, so it’s only natural that many of them get back into that mindset when they step off of the trailer into the sights, sounds and atmosphere of the show grounds for […]

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