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Breeders’ Cup Buzz Presented By TVG: Best Juvenile Performances

The TVG Breeders’ Cup Juvenile can be a springboard to many big things: an Eclipse Award, a gate in the Kentucky Derby, or a lucrative stud deal to name a few. Winning the race with authority, though, can stick in people’s memories for a lifetime. In the Breeders’ Cup Buzz, we’ll speak to some of […]

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The Haiku Handicapper Presented By TVG: 2019 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile

Time to analyze the 2019 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile field, in post position order, in the form of Haiku; a Japanese poem of 17 syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five. #1 – Dennis’ Moment Pea Patch flag bearer Ran a professional prep Left some in the tank #2 – Wrecking Crew Expensive sale […]

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Breeders’ Cup Buzz Presented By TVG: Biggest Betting Score?

The Breeders’ Cup is one of the premiere betting events on the racing calendar, featuring two days of large fields and high-quality competition. For an astute handicapper, this can mean a big day at the betting windows. In the Breeders’ Cup Buzz, we’ll speak to some of the notable Thoroughbred industry names with their eyes […]

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Breeders’ Cup Buzz Presented By TVG: Your First Breeders’ Cup

Every Breeders’ Cup is the first one for some portion of the crowd in attendance, and some of the people in that group this weekend at Santa Anita Park will one day go on to become participants in the event themselves. In Breeders’ Cup Buzz all this week, we’ll speak to some notable names in […]

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INQUIRY Presented By Iowa Thoroughbred Breeders And Owners Association: Who Was Your First Favorite Racehorse?

Welcome to the inaugural edition of INQUIRY, the segment where readers learn more about Thoroughbred industry members one question at a time. Sometimes the questions are serious, sometimes they’re not, but the answers are always interesting. To kick off the series, we examine the horses that captured the imaginations of Thoroughbred industry members, and ask […]

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Cross Traffic Sees Biggest Year-To-Year Gain In Mares Bred In 2019

The hardest thing for a stallion and his marketing team to do isn’t necessarily getting breeders to come through the door the first time, but getting them to come back. Getting that to happen often requires the stallion to no longer stand on his own merits, but that of his foals. When those foals live […]

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Fasig-Tipton October Yearling Sale Produces Record Gross, Average

The North American yearling auction calendar went out on a high note on Thursday, with the Fasig-Tipton October Yearlings Sale posting record returns in gross and average sale price at the end of its four-day stand. From a 1,598-horse catalog, the largest ever for the October sale, total of 1,007 horses changed hands for all-time […]

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Ten Years Later: How The Stud Book Cap Has Affected Harness Racing

Horse racing is an industry built on using past performance to predict future outcomes, and if The Jockey Club goes through with its proposal to limit stud books to 140 mares bred per season, the Thoroughbred business has a decade of experience from the Standardbred side of the aisle to map out the road ahead. […]

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Uncle Mo Colt Tops Day Three Of Fasig-Tipton October Yearlings Sale At $410,000

The polarization of the yearling marketplace was on full display during the third session of the 2019 Fasig-Tipton October Yearlings Sale, which posted the lowest daily returns of this year’s sale, but also produced the auction’s two most expensive offerings thus far. Wednesday’s session finished with 240 horses sold for revenues of $8,378,100, up 5 […]

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Nyquist Filly Tops Day Two Of The Fasig-Tipton October Yearlings Sale

Day two of the Fasig-Tipton October Yearlings Sale slowed the pace slightly from Monday’s opener, but returns at the auction’s halfway point still held up favorably against last year’s final totals, led on Tuesday by a $325,000 filly from the first crop of Nyquist. Tuesday’s trade finished with 256 horses sold for a combined $9,530,200, […]

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