Paulick Report Staff

“El Orgullo De Maryland” Ben’s Cat Es Retirado De Las Pistas

Ben’s Cat, múltiple ganador selectivo y Caballo del Año de Maryland, ha sido retirado de las pistas a los 11 años de edad. El Daily Racing Form informó que el rendidor castrado culminó su campaña con 32 triunfos en 63 actuaciones, acumulando en premios más de $2.6 millones. El entrenador y miembro del Salón de […]

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Aussie Trainer Alleges ‘Restraint Of Trade, Discrimination’ In Lawsuit Filed Against Racing NSW

Former trainer Pam Webber, who was based at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse in Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, has filed a lawsuit in the NSW Supreme Court against Racing NSW and its CEO, Peter V’landys, for alleged “restraint of trade, discrimination, and oppressive conduct.” ABC News reports that Webber claims that V’landys and Racing NSW refused to […]

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Churchill Downs Moving Forward With New Parking Plan

Churchill Downs officials are continuing to move forward with a plan to add more parking on property it recently acquired. Louisville Business First reports that the area immediately west of the racetrack, which was purchased for $13 million, will add 100 more parking spaces to the track, which has already has 4,000 existing spaces. Churchill’s general […]

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Around The Track Podcast Presented By Taylor Made: The Versatile Vic Stauffer

There are few jobs left in horse racing Vic Stauffer hasn’t done. Enthralled by the sport at an early age, Stauffer skipped high school so he could make the racetrack life his own. From hotwalker to chart caller to jockey’s agent, Vic tried everything, all the while focused on his true love of announcing the races. […]

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‘American Pharoah Way’: Lexington Road To Be Renamed In Honor Of Triple Crown Winner

Drivers in the Lexington area will soon have a new road to travel upon after it was announced that 2017 Triple Crown winner American Pharoah will have a stretch of road renamed in his honor. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports section of U.S. 60 in Fayette and Woodford Counties will be renamed ‘American Pharoah Way’. A ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday […]

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It Takes A Village: Sheikh Mohammed Helps British Villagers Buy Methodist Chapel

Desperate times call for desperate measures – at least that might have been what residents of a small British village where thinking when they appealed to the prime minister of the United Arab Emirates for help in buying a local chapel. Cornwall Live reports that the residents of Godolphin Cross contacted Sheikh Mohammed last November as they struggled […]

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Breeders’ Cup Turf Hero Better Talk Now Euthanized Due To Complications From Colic

Multiple Grade 1 winner Better Talk Now, who captured the Breeders’ Cup Turf in 2004, was euthanized June 27 at New Bolton Center due to the complications from undergoing colic surgery. The 18-year-old gelding had been at New Bolton since June 7. Herringswell Stables’ Maggie Kimmitt posted this beautiful tribute to Better Talk Now Wednesday morning on their […]

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Aussie Jockey Michelle Payne Stood Down After Positive Drug Test

Melbourne Cup-winning rider Michelle Payne has been stood down after testing positive for a banned substance at a race meet at Swan Hill Racecourse June 11. The Sporting Life reports that Payne tested positive for the appetite suppressant Phentermine, which is prohibited under Australian rules. A statement issued by Racing Victoria read: “Stewards have received a report from Racing Analytical […]

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Feeling ‘Foxy’: Keeneland Trainers Enjoying Unique Visitors During The Off-Season

Keeneland’s backstretch community has been treated to the regular presence of a family of red foxes over the past two months, reports the Lexington Herald-Leader. A mother, father and approximately four “kits” have been spotted in a number of places around the racecourse, including traipsing across the track itself. Trainer Rusty Arnold has a cell phone photograph […]

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Lady Aurelia’s Royal Ascot Victory Rated Best King’s Stand Performance This Century

Lady Aurelia was visually impressive storming home to win the Group 1 King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot by three lengths last week, and the filly’s performance has now been numerically confirmed to be the best in the current century. British Horseracing Authority handicapper Chris Nash assigned the 3-year-old daughter of Scat Daddy a rating […]

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