The Friday Show: All About The Timing? by Paulick Report Staff
It was announced this week that a pilot project by Equibase at Keeneland showed promise for timing workouts in the future using GPS technology.
In this edition of the Friday Show, …
It was announced this week that a pilot project by Equibase at Keeneland showed promise for timing workouts in the future using GPS technology. In this edition of the Friday Show, the Paulick Report’s Scott Jagow and Joe Nevills discuss the potential for the program. Plus, what are the prospects for a new wager at […]
The Friday Show: Passing Or Failing Grades?
Each year, the American Graded Stakes Committee reevaluates the grading system for the highest level races in the U.S., downgrading some from Grade 1 or Grade 2 and upgrading others from Grade 2 or 3. It’s an annual decision that has wide-ranging implications for the racing and breeding industries. In this special edition of The […]
Clásico Del Caribe News Minute: What’s The Story?
With the Caribbean Classic event being held at Gulfstream Park for the second consecutive year, there are some storylines developing that make the event easier to follow for U.S. racing fans. In today’s edition of the Clásico del Caribe News Minute, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick go over what to watch for in the big […]
Clásico Del Caribe News Minute: A Perfect ‘Solution’
The confederation that oversees horse racing in Caribbean countries entered a fortuitous alliance with the Stronach Group several years ago. That partnership later produced an answer to some difficult questions for the Confederacion Hípica del Caribe. Learn more about that in today’s Clásico del Caribe News Minute with Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick. Plus, the […]
Clásico Del Caribe News Minute: This Triple Crown Winner’s Unbeaten Too
In 2017, the Paulick Report ventured to South Florida to cover Latin America’s version of the Breeders’ Cup, hosted for the first time in its history in the United States. This year, the Clásico del Caribe is back at Gulfstream Park and so are Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick. In today’s News Minute, learn about […]
Patternrecognition Goes All The Way In Cigar Mile; Mendelssohn Fourth
Seth Klarman and William Lawrence’s Patternrecognition earned a third consecutive victory by crossing the wire first in Saturday’s Grade 1 Cigar Mile, besting the eight-horse field by a hard-fought 3/4-length. Sent off at odds of 5-1, the 5-year-old son of Adios Charlie took the lead at the start and never relinquished it, recording the first […]
Derby Winner’s Half-Sister Positive Spirit Runs Away With Demoiselle
Mike Ryan’s homebred filly Positive Spirit defied her 11-1 odds on Saturday at Aqueduct, dominating the G2 Demoiselle by at 10 1/2 lengths in her fourth career start. The 2-year-old daughter of Pioneerof the Nile and half-sister to Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming was ridden by Manny Franco for young trainer Rodolphe Brisset, and covered […]
The Friday Show: The Short And The Long Of It?
Reports this week suggest the New York Racing Association is considering a significant tweak to next year’s schedule — that being, a longer meet at Saratoga with shorter race weeks. In this edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss the idea, plus what to make of the controversial track announcer change […]