The Paulick Report is once again pleased to offer a special print publication, available here and on the grounds of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale.
In this edition of the PR Special, Natalie Voss examines how much easier it seemed to sell a horse during the 1980s, when many more yearlings were coming to auction and commanding much higher average prices than they had 15 years ago. This is the second piece in a four-part series called “Back to the '80s.”
In the Stallion Spotlight, Frank Mitchell focuses on the standout offspring of Darby Dan freshman sires Shackleford and Dialed In, which include Hip 212. In Five to Watch, Mitchell gives us some other hip numbers to pay close attention to.
In the Honor Roll, Chelsea Hackbarth takes a look at the interesting female pedigree of WinStar Farm and Bobby Flay's Creator. And in “Barn Buddies,” we're introduced to companion animals of all sizes and species in racing barns, on breeding farms and retirement organizations across the country.
Click here to read these stories and more in this edition of the PR Special.
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