Jen Roytz

Success And Downturns In Oil Industry Have An Impact On Louisiana’s Horse Racing Industry

There are several oil rigs located off the coast of Louisiana, and a booming oil industry – or one that hit some ‘rough waters’ – has an impact on the state’s horse racing industry, according to a report by KLFY-10 News. According to the news station, the recent downturn in the oil industry has had an […]

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Horses On Midwest Farms Positive For Influenza D Antibodies; No Danger To Humans

  Researchers at South Dakota State University have found antibodies against two strains of influenza D in the blood of two horses from the Midwest. The strain of flu found is not a threat right now, but more studies are needed, said professor Feng Li, who works in the Department of Biology and Microbiology. The […]

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Far-Flung Frankel: Undefeated Champion’s First Sons To Stud Will Stand In Cyprus, Pakistan

Champion Frankel’s first crop have only just turned four, but this year will mark the first that he will have sons entering stud for the first time. The Racing Post reports that the two new stallions won’t be standing in Britain, Ireland or France, but will be in two rather “far-flung” locations – Cyprus and Pakistan. Straight […]

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Australia: Leaked Text Messages Allege Horses Were Drugged Prior To 2015 Melbourne Cup

An Australian newspaper has revealed text messages between a leading Thoroughbred trainer and members of his stable staff, which were recently charged as the result of an investigation into a doping scandal, indicate that horses that ran in the 2015 Melbourne Cup may have been drugged prior to the race. According to a report by […]

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To Honor And Serve Sold To South Korean Interests

A 10-year-old son of Bernardini, To Honor and Serve has officially been sold to South Korean interests. According to horseracingnation.com, the Grade 1 winner drew interest because of his Group 2 KRA Cup Classic-winning son, Cheongdam Dokki. Cheongdam Dokki was a $20,000 purchase at the Keeneland September yearling sale, out of the placed Strike the Gold mare […]

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Prat Will Be Named On World Approval For Kilroe Mile

Jockey Flavien Prat will get a leg up on World Approval for the Grade 1 Frank Kilroe Mile, trainer Mark Casse told drf.com. The Breeders’ Cup Mile winner was piloted by John Velazquez to win the Tampa Bay Stakes on Feb. 10, and will make the trip west for the Santa Anita feature scheduled for March […]

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Dashing Through The Snow: Canterbury Park Hosts A Day Of ‘Extreme Horse Skijoring’

Canterbury Park hosted a different type of ‘live racing’ Feb. 17, when the facility hosted a day of ‘Extreme Horse Skijoring’. If you’re wondering just what skijoring is, and what makes it so extreme, well, here’s a brief explanation from Canterbury Park’s media release: “Skijoring is an adrenaline-packed race that involves a skier being pulled […]

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Champion Untapable Delivers Colt By Frankel

Eclipse Award winner Untapable delivered her first foal, a chestnut colt by Frankel, in England Feb. 17. David Fiske, manager for Winchell Thoroughbreds, was the first to report the news via Twitter. According to the Daily Racing Form, Untapable will remain in England and will be bred back to Frankel. Untapable was named champion 3-year-old filly of […]

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Albarado Moving Tack To Gulfstream Park

Jockey Robby Albarado will begin riding full-time at Gulfstream Park on Thursday, according to a report by the Daily Racing Form. Albarado will be moving from Fair Grounds in Louisiana. His book will be handled by Walter Blum Jr. while in Florida. The DRF reports that trainer Dale Romans was a driving force behind Albarado’s decision to head […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Gun Runner, New For 2018

The Paulick Report is pleased to bring back a popular photo/video feature that will spotlight stallions standing in Kentucky. The series, put together by our friends at EquiSport Photos, will feature stallions that are entering stud in 2018. This week’s spotlight stallion is Gun Runner, a 5-year-old son of Candy Ride that is standing his […]

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