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Sequel New York Releases Stud Fees for 2015

New York’s premier breeding operation has announced stud fees for 2015. Freud, who has been called the cornerstone of the New York breeding program will remain at $10,000. Sequel welcomes Alpha, a multiple G1 winning son of leading sire Bernardini who … Continue reading

Barretts Will Shift Sales to Del Mar Fairgrounds in 2015

Barrett Sales, which has conducted Thoroughbred auctions at Fairplex in Pomona since its inception in 1990, will shift its primary sales location to the Del Mar Fairgrounds starting in 2015. Kim Lloyd, Barretts’ general manager, said a deal has been … Continue reading

Zenyatta’s 2014 War Front Filly Euthanized After Paddock Accident

Zenyatta’s 2014 foal, a filly by War Front, was euthanized Oct. 28 at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital as the result of a paddock accident at Lane’s End Farm. Team Zenyatta issued the following statement on their website: Dear fans, … Continue reading

Summer Wind, Coolmore React to ‘No Decision’ Verdict in Love Me Only Lawsuit

The following statements are from Summer Wind Farm and Coolmore, two of the parties in a lawsuit that ended Tuesday with a “no decision” from the jury, as detailed by a previous article in the Paulick Report. Summer Wind was the plaintiff in … Continue reading

Creative Cause Tops Airdrie’s 2015 Stud Fees

Airdrie Stud released its 2015 stallion roster Wednesday afternoon. Topping the list for next season is Creative Cause, who will be available at $15,000 live foal. New to the roster will be Cairo Prince, winner of the G2 Holy Bull; … Continue reading

TROTT Fundraiser Filled With Stories, Support for Aftercare

The California Thoroughbred retirement group TROTT (Training Racehorse Off The Track) held its fourth annual “Legends” fundraiser at the historic Derby restaurant in Arcadia Tuesday. The money raised will go toward preparing ex-racehorses for new careers beyond the track. The highlight … Continue reading

Silver Charm Pensioned From Stallion Duty in Japan, Will Retire to Old Friends

Three Chimneys Farm and Old Friends Farm jointly announced today that Kentucky Derby champion and Hall of Fame inductee Silver Charm has been retired from breeding in Japan and he will return to the United States per an understanding that was … Continue reading

Horse Pants: Kimmel Debuts New Business Before Investors

Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel recently announced a tongue-in-cheek switch in careers, debuting his newest start-up business: Horse Pants. Kimmel and sidekick Guillermo Rodriguez pitched their business plan to the investors on ABC’s Shark Tank, evaluating the company as … Continue reading

Lakerville to Harris Farms in 2015

Lakerville, son of six-time California leading sire (2008-2013) and all time California-bred progeny earnings leader Unusual Heat, will stand at John C. Harris’s Harris Farms in Coalinga, CA for the 2015 Breeding Season. Lakerville will be available for complimentary breedings … Continue reading

Cairo Prince Retired, to Airdrie for 2015

Cairo Prince, the early spring favorite for the Grade 1 Kentucky Derby, has been officially retired from racing and will begin his stud career at Brereton and Elizabeth Jones’s Airdrie Stud in Midway, Kentucky as a partnership between Airdrie and … Continue reading