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Champion Singapore Jockey Enjoys Time in U.S.

Jockey Joao Moreira, a three-time champion rider in Singapore, capped off his whirlwind U.S. tour at Churchill Downs on Monday, where he rode Judy the Beauty to a second-place finish in the G3 Winning Colors Stakes. Moreira traveled to the U.S. to ride for trainer Wesley Ward, riding at Arlington Park on Saturday before heading to […]

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Shanklin: ‘Why Seth Hancock is Going Against His Own Best Business Interests’

The Hancock family’s Claiborne Farm has had a long and successful association with both the Phipps and Janney families. Countless champions and Grade 1 winners that have been bred by the Phippses and Janneys were born and raised at Claiborne. That friendship will be put to the test on Saturday when Departing, owned in partnership […]

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‘Reluctant Star’: Off-Track Thoroughbred is Always by Orb’s Side

As a racehorse, Well Well didn’t show much talent, only earning around $18,000. Once retired, the gelding embarked on a foxhunting career, where he excelled, until partial blindness in his right eye slowed him down. Now, a few years later, Well Well has a new home and career – as the ‘go-to’ pony for Kentucky […]

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Rosy Future: Former Derby Contender Enjoying New Life After Racing

During his racing career, Steppenwolfer was a very talented and competitive Thoroughbred, earning over $650,000 during a career that spanned six seasons. The grey gelding was second in both the G2 Arkansas Derby and Southwest Stakes before finishing third to Barbaro in the 2006 G1 Kentucky Derby. Since he’s been retired, Steppenwolfer continues to find […]

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Q & A on Racing’s Future, Unwanted Racehorses with Ray Paulick

In a recent interview with Susan Salk for her website, Off Track Thoroughbreds.com, the Paulick Report’s own Ray Paulick sat down with Ms. Salk to discuss the current state of the racing industry, the growing awareness of the ‘unwanted’ racehorse, and Paulick’s love of the sport of racing itself. Read more at Off Track Thoroughbreds […]

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‘True Believer’: Soledad O’Brien Rekindles Love of Riding With Off-Track Thoroughbreds

Most know Soledad O’Brien from her work as a journalist/television news anchor on NBC and CNN. She is also a mother of four children, and an avid horse lover. O’Brien’s two daughters share their mother’s passion for horses. When searching for horses for herself and her daughters, O’Brien somewhat inadvertently discovered two horses that have […]

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ABR Blog: ‘So How Fast Did Fort Larned Run?’

The eagerly-anticipated debut of Breeders’ Cup champion Fort Larned ended before it began on Saturday, as the Ian Wilkes-trained horse stumbled out of the starting gate and lost rider Brian Hernandez Jr. Fans could only watch helplessly as Fort Larned zipped past his rivals and soon opened up a big lead on the field, as […]

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DeRosa: Pletcher’s ‘Better Than You Think’ in the Derby

For over a decade, trainer Todd Pletcher has been a regular sight at the Kentucky Derby; only once, in 2003, did he not have at least one horse entered. Many times, Pletcher has run multiple horses in the 10-furlong classic, and he has one winner of the race during that time. It is mainly due […]

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Blog: Horse racing TV needs to promote racing films

In an article for GamingToday.com, Robert Mann asks why racing channels such as TVG and HRTV don’t show actual horse racing movies on their networks. Mann noticed that during the off season, the Major League Baseball channel has been showing older baseball films, and thinks that TVG and HRTV could follow suit with showing racing […]

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Blog: ‘Could NJ racing be coming to an opportunity?’

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has until Feb. 7 to sign a bill that would make online gaming legal in the state. Even with the deadline looming, the governor has not indicated whether or not he will sign the legislation. In a new post at the View from the Racetrack Grandstand website, the writer says […]

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