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Lady Aurelia pulls away from the field to win the G2 Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot in June
Bloodlines: World Traveler Lady Aurelia Traces Roots To Puerto Rico

The picture that Scat Daddy’s daughter Lady Aurelia presented on Sunday was that of a premium race filly, showing her heels to a field of colts and fillies from the start and dashing away to win the Group 1 Prix Morny at Deauville in France by three-quarters of a length in 1:10.61 for 6 furlongs. […]

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Songbird on her way to winning the G1 Alabama Stakes
Kirkpatrick & Co. Present Photos Of The Week: Soaring To New Heights

Summer may be winding down, but the racing action was still hot on both coasts over the past weekend. The action kicked off at Saratoga, with 3-year-old fillies going to the post in the Grade 1 Alabama Stakes. A field of seven went to the post for the 10-furlong contest, but all eyes were on the […]

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Florent Geroux
Keeneland Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Going With The ‘Flo’

Arlington International Race Course hosted its biggest day of racing last Saturday with the International Festival of Racing. Five graded stakes – three of them Grade 1’s – were featured, and the races drew a strong contingent of international competitors. It seems only fitting that four of those graded stakes were won by French jockey […]

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George takes an opportunity to drive the Morley golf cart
Pyranha Presents Barn Buddies: George, The Rat-Chasing ‘Squirrel’ Of A Dog

Considering his recent streak of success highlighted by a win in the Grade 2 Honorable Miss, it’s no surprise that trainer Tom Morley thought I’d stopped by his barn on the Oklahoma Training Track to speak with him. His second guess was that I was looking for his wife, NYRA paddock analyst Maggie Wolfendale, who […]

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California Chrome and Dortmund battle to the wire in the San Diego Handicap
The Friday Show Presented By Woodbine: A Classic ‘Classic,’ Information Underload?

Songbird makes a bid for 10 consecutive victories this weekend as she puts her unblemished record on the line in Saturday’s Alabama Stakes at Saratoga. Will she survive the “graveyard of champions” a second time? The same day on the West Coast, three of the nation’s top horses will do battle in the Pacific Classic […]

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Harvey Diamond leads Da Big Hoss into the winner's circle following his victory in the Belmont Gold Cup
Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: The Claim That Keeps Paying Off

For Dr. Harvey Diamond and Skychai Racing partner Jim Shircliff, one of the best claims they’ve ever made was something of an impulse buy. Diamond and Shircliff were looking over the race card at the Churchill Downs Turf Club last June with trainer Mike Maker, planning out Diamond and Shircliff’s Pick 3 tickets, when they […]

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Harvest For Horses
Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: A Special Event To Give Horses A ‘Second Chance’

In the world of fundraising and non-profits, the word “gala” often makes people on the inside of those organizations cringe. They are high-cost, high-workload events that, while (hopefully) fun for those who attend, are hard to keep fresh and different. The Kentucky Equine Humane Center (KyEHC) has come up with a new and innovative idea […]

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Gunnevera, by Dialed In, wins the Saratoga Special
Bloodlines: Freshman Sire Dialed In Shows Plenty Of Upside

When Gunnevera caught Recruiting Ready (by Algorithms) in the final strides of the Grade 2 Saratoga Special on Aug. 14, his sire Dialed In (Mineshaft) became the first stallion from the current set of freshmen sires to get a graded stakes winner. Now these are early days for the freshman class of 2016, but Dialed […]

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Racing at Arlington Park
Kirkpatrick & Co. Present Photos Of The Week: Turf Monsters

Arlington Park took center stage in the racing world on Saturday as the Chicago-area facility hosted on of the biggest days of racing in the country. The Arlington Festival of Racing included three big Grade 1 contests – the Secretariat, the Beverly D., and the Arlington Million. Saratoga had its weekend shortened by Mother Nature […]

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PR Special NY-Bred Sale: Protecting Racehorses After They’re Sold

The Paulick Report is once again pleased to offer a special print publication, available here and on the grounds of the Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings sale.  In this edition of the PR Special, Natalie Voss writes about the process of how to protect racehorses after they’ve been sold, a topic that was discussed at the […]

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