2015 colt, Paynter x Work N Flirt
In The Stud: Paynter, First Crop Yearlings Of 2016

The Paulick Report is pleased to bring back a new photo/video feature that will run every other week and will spotlight stallions standing in Kentucky. The series, put together by our friends at EquiSport Photos, will feature stallions have either just entered stud in 2016, or stallions that have not yet had their first crop reach the […]

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Alpha and Golden Ticket dead heat in the 2012 Travers Stakes
Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Travers Winners, Where Are They Now?

The venerable Travers Stakes has produced countless stories and memorable moments in its 146 years. The 147th running of the “Mid-Summer Derby” looks like it could live up to the tradition created by all those previous winners. In our latest edition of Lost and Found presented by Horseware, let’s find out what some of the […]

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Tourist (white silks) leads the field into the homestretch in the G1 Fourstardave
Keeneland Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: ‘Star’ On The Rise

The Fourstardave Stakes at Saratoga was contested as a Grade 1 for the first time last Saturday, so it was somewhat fitting that the winner of the race, the 5-year-old horse Tourist, was notching his first victory at the highest level. The handsome son of Tiznow had been very competitive in previous G1 tries, finishing […]

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Pyranha Presents Barn Buddies: Barn Cat-In-Training

If there’s one thing Juanito, aspiring barn cat at Jimmy Jerkens’ Saratoga shedrow, takes seriously, it’s his capacity as supervisor of morning chores. And napping. And climbing that muck pit. And helping roll bandages. And — well, everything is pretty serious work when you’re a kitten. Juanito, named after Jerkens allowance runner Unbridled Juan (because […]

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A certain horse with the initials CC has foiled Ray Paulick yet again
The Friday Show Presented By Woodbine: Eating Chrome, Next Stop Supreme Court?

Some bold predictions were made on last week’s Friday Show concerning the biggest races of the week. First order of business on this week’s show, revisit those and see who might need to eat some crow (or Chrome in this case). Not to be deterred by past results, Scott and Ray also tackle this weekend’s […]

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William Robertson (right) and Carl and Wanda Nafzger with Street Call (aka Tourist)
Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: ‘They Found The Horse’s Calling’

Scouts for major sports teams see thousands of players throughout their careers, and they develop a honed eye for knowing when someone has the “it factor.” The same can be said for certain equine professionals, like Lexington, Ky.-based veterinarian and equestrian Dr. Carol McLeod. After laying her eyes on thousands of horses over the course […]

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Raul Rodriguez guides California Chrome after his win in the Santa Anita Derby
Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: California Chrome, Songbird Share Family Bond

Last weekend proved to be another highlight in the racing careers of both California Chrome, who picked up his sixth Grade 1 victory in the Pacific Classic, and Songbird, who maintained her perfect 10-for-10 record with a win in the G1 Alabama at Saratoga. Although both horses were racing on opposite coasts for different owners and […]

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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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