FINAL BETS DOWN ON THE PAULICK REPORT
We are wrapping up our seven-day Public Broadasting System knock-off quarterly fundraising drive. Again like PBS, we depend on viewers like you for the majority of our operational support to allow us to maintain and enhance the Thoroughbred industry’s premiere independent voice. Fortunately for you, we have replaced old British actors in bad wigs and documentaries on the life and times of such stirring historical figures as the 11th U.S. President James K. Polk with entertaining and sometimes poignant top ten lists about the direction of our industry and where the Paulick Report is heading.
In just over 90 days, the Paulick Report has grown to an online community of 5,000 readers that includes the Who’s Who of Thoroughbred racing and breeding, fans of the industry and even my mother-in-law. We have pulled no punches in our quest to become an honest broker for the sport we all love. The feedback you have given us confirms our belief that a truly independent voice has long been needed and will serve to benefit the health and future of the Thoroughbred industry.
If you place value in the independent voice found only on the pages of the Paulick Report and are still hankering to support its continued growth, would you please consider sending a donation of $2,000, $1,000, $500, $250, $100, $50 or even $25 to help further our cause? Any amount is greatly appreciated and rest assured that donor anonymity is guaranteed. Click the link below to our ‘Support the Paulick Report’ page where you can make a donation either by PayPal or through the mail.
Thank you for your consideration and as always, we greatly appreciate your daily support of the Paulick Report.
What others have said about the Paulick Report:
“Required reading for everyone” — UK’S PACEMAKER MAGAZINE
“Ray is THE REAL straight talk express” — ROB WHITELEY, LIBERATION FARM
“The Paulick Report gives the industry what’s truly needed … a voice that’s not beholden to anybody.” — JOHN SIKURA, HILL ‘N’ DALE FARMS
“His depth of knowledge on the entire business of Thoroughbred breeding and racing puts Ray in a class by himself.” — MARTIN J. WYGOD
“It’s good for us to have an independent point of view.” — JOHN T.L. JONES, JR., WALMAC FARM
“Caused quite a stir in U.S. racing circles with its hard-hitting views and exclusive stories.” — WILL HAYLER, THE OBSERVER NEWSPAPER, LONDON, ENGLAND