thoroughbred racing

Declining numbers in Thoroughbred foal crops are tied to significant issues in U.S. racing
The Friday Show: Population Problems, Early Derby Standouts?

It’s no secret that foal crops have been diminishing for several years. Despite recent contraction in the U.S. racing industry, the shortage of Thoroughbreds appears to be on display in important races coast to coast. In this week’s Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss the issue of field sizes, racehorse ownership, and the […]

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Michael Blowen joins Scott Jagow on Around the Track
Around The Track Podcast Presented By Taylor Made: From Movie Stars To Racing Stars

Today, the Paulick Report launches the first episode of its new online radio show, the Around the Track Podcast presented by Taylor Made. On Around the Track, you’ll hear how personalities in the world of Thoroughbred racing got their starts, funny and poignant stories from their lives and careers, and discussion of issues important to the […]

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Brian Hernandez, Jr. with the trophy after the Sam F. Davis at Tampa Bay Downs
Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: ‘One Of The Most Underrated Jockeys Out There’

It was with an air of absolute confidence that jockey Brian Hernandez, Jr., rode top 3-year-old McCraken in the Grade 3 Sam F. Davis Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs. While making his first start of 2017, the son of Ghostzapper was impressive, extending his undefeated record and announcing himself a major candidate for the Kentucky […]

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Arrogate cruises home in the Pegasus World Cup
The Friday Show: A Time To Reconsider, Future For Arrogate?

With the inaugural Pegasus World Cup in the rear view, what does the bigger picture look like? In this week’s The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss the event and the race — not to mention the timing of it — plus, where does Pegasus winner Arrogate go from here? Enjoy the latest […]

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Pegasus field: Who might upset the two highest rated racehorses in the world?
The Friday Show: Pegasus Potential, Pegasus Intrigue?

The $12 million race that has piqued curiosity for many horse racing fans has finally arrived. The first Pegasus World Cup Invitational will be off and running Saturday afternoon at Gulfstream Park. In this week’s Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss the field of 12, the two dominant favorites and possible upsetters, plus […]

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Guest Suite splashes home first in the Lecomte
Bloodlines: Guest Suite Shows Off Family’s ‘Quality’

The leading third-crop sire of 2016, when his oldest foals were 4, Quality Road (by Elusive Quality) has made a good start to 2017 with Guest Suite, winner of the Grade 3 Lecomte Stakes at Fair Grounds racecourse. Quality Road had a cracking year with his top runners in 2016, which included a trio who […]

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Haslett: American Influence Important As Australia’s 2-Year-Old Season Begins

In a week in which a colt sired by American stallion More Than Ready was the most expensive horse sold at Australia’s renowned Magic Millions Yearling Sale in Gold Coast, the city also hosted the first major race of the country’s two-year-old season, the Jeep Magic Millions 2YO Classic. The filly who won the $2 AUD […]

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Cathy Schroeder celebrates with jockey Kent Desormeaux in the winner's circle after Blue Tone's victory in the San Gabriel Stakes
Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: ‘A Kiss On Each Cheek’

When 8-year-old Blue Tone crossed the wire first in the G3 San Gabriel Stakes, there was not a single person in the grandstand cheering louder than Cathy Schroeder. She and her husband, Paul, race under the banner of Schroeder Farm, and Blue Tone had just become their first graded stakes winner. “For him to be […]

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Lockdown wins the Busanda to earn 10 points toward the Kentucky Oaks
Bloodlines: Lockdown’s Future Appears Wide Open

The 2017 Busanda Stakes at Aqueduct is named for a mare who was born 70 years ago. By Triple Crown winner War Admiral (by Man o’ War) and out of the Blue Larkspur mare Businesslike, Busanda was bred by Ogden Phipps from some of the exceptional stock that he acquired from the estate of E.R. […]

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Cartwright took a hard right in mid-stretch and veered into a pair of rivals on the outside
Australia: Jockey Charges At Other Horses While Girlfriend Wins Race

A jockey in South Australia has pleaded guilty to reckless riding and awaits punishment for intentionally veering his horse into rivals allegedly so that his girlfriend could win the race on another horse. The incident occurred Saturday at Morphettville Race Course in Adelaide. In the eighth and final race, 22-year-old Josh Cartwright can be seen […]

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