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Pop Quiz: William “Buff” Bradley

William “Buff” Bradley was born and raised on father Fred Bradley’s farm in Frankfort, Ky., where he learned to break and train yearlings, gallop horses, and prep mares for the breeding shed. He took out his trainer’s license in 1993 and has since campaigned stakes winners and homebreds Brass Hat and Groupie Doll. He is […]

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Something’s Missing Here: Explaining Ridglings

Honor Code made the news last weekend both for his racing performance and for a medical condition. Trainer Shug McGaughey announced that Lane’s End Racing’s Grade 2 Remsen winner would get some time off following surgery for cryptorchidism, but he isn’t the first graded stakes winner to go under the knife for the condition. Experts […]

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Three Chimneys Presents Good News Friday: Four-Legged Artists

If you were priced out of Keeneland’s recent sporting art auction (the sales from which totaled over $3.1 million), supporters of ReRun are hoping that you might add to your art collection during their upcoming Moneigh auction. The paintings, each done and “autographed” by notable racehorses or breeding stock, have been increasingly popular since their […]

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Fresh Faces: Sean Feld

This week, the Paulick Report is launching a new series interviewing young people in the Thoroughbred industry. Despite the recent economic recession and resulting shrinking of the Thoroughbred industry, some members of Generation Y are choosing to launch careers in racing. Each week, we will ask these young professionals what issues they’re most concerned about, […]

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Woodbine to Host LongRun Day at the Races Nov. 30

The LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society will host its annual LongRun Day at the Races during the card at Woodbine on Saturday, Nov. 30. The program fulfills the Society’s mission to educate racegoers and horsemen about the lives of horses after they leave the track. Representatives from the society will be on hand with information about […]

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Fairmount Park Horsemen Rally Around Families After Accident

Horsemen at Fairmount Park are raising funds for two families after a fatal car crash in Hamilton County on Saturday evening. Darrell Delong, 49, was driving on Anderson School Blacktop Road near McLeansboro, Ill. with five passengers when he lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle flipped several times, killing his wife Tammy Delong, 35, […]

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The Day That Racing Stood Still

By all accounts, the country froze in the hours and days after a bullet cut short the life of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963, and the temporary paralysis carried over into the racing world. Most tracks went dark that Friday as the news traveled the country. Fred Capossela informed a shocked Aqueduct […]

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Pop Quiz Brought to You by Ky-Bred Quality: Laffit Pincay III

The son of Hall of Fame jockey Laffit Pincay, Jr., the younger Pincay grew up around the racetrack. He has been part of HRTV’s on-air talent since 2002 when the network launched, and currently hosts “Pursuit of the Crown” and “Pursuit of the Cup” as well as regular daily coverage. Prior to signing on with […]

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Three Chimneys Presents Good News Friday: The Real Winners at Breeders’ Cup

When Goldencents crossed the wire a winner in this year’s Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, those who were in the Santa Anita winner’s circle and cashing tickets weren’t the only people cheering. For Thoroughbred Program Director Anna Ford and others associated with New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program, the most important part about the Breeders’ Cup wasn’t […]

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Chasing the Frog: Keeping Up With Slippery Cheaters

Illegal drugs in racing are certainly nothing new. Horsemen were brewing up miracle potions to get an edge as far back as the days of chariot racing, and over time the drugs of choice developed in pace with human pharmacology. For trainers who are inclined to cheat by using banned substances, the drugs in their […]

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