Elektrum (outside) nails the Dowager
Elektrum Just Gets Up In Thrilling Dowager

Hronis Racing’s Elektrum was up just in time to win Sunday’s G3 Rood and Riddle Dowager at Keeneland, gifted with the very well-timed ride of Drayden Van Dyke to nail Apple Betty by a head on the wire. The 5-year-old daughter of High Chaparral covered 12 furlongs over the firm turf in 2:33.08 for trainer […]

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Lani working prior to the Kentucky Derby
Lani Finishes Late-Closing Third In First Start Since Belmont

Koji Maeda’s wildly popular sophomore colt Lani made his first start since finishing third in the Belmont Stakes on Sunday, contesting Tokyo’s Brazil Cup Handicap in his home country. The grey son of Tapit finished third, closing rapidly down the lane after being hung very wide on the first turn in the 16-horse field. Lani […]

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Hugh Bowman celebrates aboard Winx after her 2nd consecutive Cox Plate victory
Tales From Australia: The Stuff Of Cox Plate Legends

While the windy, rainy weather was forgettable, there’s little chance Australian racing fans will ever erase from their minds the performance of Winx in Saturday’s Group 1, $3 million Cox Plate. While I still have other things to explore Down Under, the nearly 10,000 miles I traveled to Melbourne were all made worth it when I […]

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California Chrome wins the Awesome Again
Blinkers On: California Chrome ‘More Focused’ In Penultimate BC Drill

California Chrome recorded another work toward the Breeders’ Cup Classic early Saturday morning at Los Alamitos, rolling through five furlongs in an official time of 1:00 2/5. The 5-year-old son of Lucky Pulpit was steady early under Dihigi Gladney, but was moving strongly late to clock the final eighth of a mile in :11 flat. […]

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Winx was all alone at the wire, breaking the Cox Plate record for margin of victory
World-Class Winx Demolishes Field For Second Straight Cox Plate Victory

Australia’s superstar mare, Winx, put on a breathtaking display Saturday at Moonee Valley Racecourse as she sailed home by eight lengths to win her second consecutive Group 1 Cox Plate and capture her 13th victory in a row. If the issue was ever in doubt, the 5-year-old daughter of Street Cry vanquished her opponents’ hopes […]

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TCI: Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, Sprint, Filly And Mare Sprint

The TCI guys give you a recap of the key Breeders’ Cup preps from the final two weeks, then introduce a Top Five for the Dirt Mile, Sprint, and Filly and Mare Sprint. Jon and Joel discuss the chances of contenders Runhappy, Dortmund, Carina Mia, Curalina, Masochistic, A. P. Indian and Lord Nelson. Where do […]

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Spring has arrived in Melbourne, and the city is once again alive with Melbourne Cup fever
The Friday Show Presented By Woodbine: Paulick Report Goes To Australia

While U.S. racing is celebrating the fall colors at Keeneland and preparing for the year-end championships of the Breeders’ Cup, Australia is bursting into spring. And that means one thing: the Melbourne Cup is fast approaching. The Paulick Report’s Scott Jagow has traveled to “the lucky country” to explore and share the experience of Australian […]

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One of the new 150-stall barns at Laurel Park
For Laurel Park And Maryland Racing, The Best Is Yet To Come

There are so many good things going on at Laurel Park on the eve of Saturday’s Jim McKay Maryland Million, I almost don’t know where to begin. Laurel was on the endangered species list only six years ago after its parent company failed to make a required payment on a license application for slot machines. […]

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Paulick Report 10/20 News Minute

The Paulick Report ( sends out its headlines newsletter every weekday morning at 9 a.m ET (10 a.m. weekends), but the news doesn’t stop after you’ve had your morning coffee. Each weekday afternoon, the Paulick Report brings you a video News Minute to let you know what’s happening around the Thoroughbred racing world: news we […]

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Runhappy worked a mile in 1:39 at Keeneland Oct. 19; he will ship to Santa Anita on Sunday
Keeneland: Runhappy Works Mile In 1:39 In Final Drill For Breeders’ Cup

James McIngvale’s Runhappy completed the Kentucky portion of his training for the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Las Vegas Dirt Mile (G1) to be run Nov. 4 at Santa Anita by working a mile in 1:39 Wednesday morning at Keeneland. On a fast main track after the morning renovation break with Marcus O’Donnell up, Runhappy broke […]

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