Ray Paulick

$49,100 Pick 6 Carryover For Del Mar’s ‘Black Friday’ Card

The Del Mar Thoroughbred Club will have a pick 6 carryover of $49,100 for the eight-race “Black Friday” card that gets under way at 12:30 p.m. PST. In addition, there will be $10,521 in the single ticket jackpot pool in the event there is just one ticket that hits the pick 6. There was only […]

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Sandy’s Surprise Wins Oaks On Rich Day Of Stakes At Zia Park

Showing a sudden burst of acceleration at the top of the stretch, Doug O’Neill-trained Sandy’s Surprise cruised to a 4 3/4-length victory under Mario Gutierrez Wednesday in the $300,000 Zia Park Oaks at Zia Park in Hobbs, N.M. Ever So Clever finished second with The Incident third in the field of seven 3-year-old fillies contesting […]

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California Chrome, Football Great Ray Lewis Embroiled In Lawsuit Over Pegasus World Cup/Bourbon Sponsorship

Former NFL linebacker Ray Lewis has been named in a lawsuit filed by an advertising agency representing two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome. According to a report at MSN.com, the lawsuit was filed by the Leverage Agency, a company that sells sponsorships at major sporting events. The company is suing Lewis and the makers […]

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Weekend Lineup Presented By Del Mar: Feasting On Graded Stakes

The Thanksgiving holiday weekend is hardly a down time in the sport of racing. In fact, between Thursday and Sunday there are more than 20 graded stakes on tap from coast to coast. The action begins on Turkey Day with a quartet of races at Aqueduct, Churchill Downs and Del Mar. In Aqueduct’s Grade 3 […]

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Actor-Singer, Longtime Owner-Breeder David Cassidy Dies At 67

David Cassidy, the actor-singer who became a teen idol when starring on the 1970’s TV show “The Partridge Family”, died Nov. 21. He was 67. Cassidy, who had been battling dementia, was hospitalized Nov. 18, and according to close friends was suffering from organ failure and needed a liver transplant. “David died surrounded by those […]

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Canterbury Park Unveils $400 Million Redevelopment Project

Officials from Canterbury Park unveiled a massive, $400 million redevelopment project that is being planned for the property during the Shakopee City Council meeting Nov. 21. The Shakopee Valley News reports that the extensive project calls for building a $100 million luxury apartment complex as well as upscale townhomes. Also being planned is an extended stay hotel, […]

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The Friday Show Presented By Cal Racing Cares: The 2nd Annual Paulick Report Turkey Awards

The Friday Show comes early this week, with the Thanksgiving holiday upon us. And in the spirit of the season, we are pleased to present the 2nd annual Paulick Report Turkey Awards. In case you missed last year’s awards ceremony, horse racing is rarely short on colorful characters (polite euphemism in some cases), bizarre incidents […]

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Champion Standardbred Somebeachsomewhere Diagnosed With Cancer

Champion harness racer and sire Somebeachsomewhere has been diagnosed with stomach cancer and is currently undergoing chemotherapy at Mid-Atlantic Veterinary Center in New Jersey. According to Hanover Shoe Farms, where the horse stands, the tumor was found early and removed while still small. The Hall of Fame pacer, whose offspring includes this year’ Governors Cup […]

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Commentary: Improving Diversity In Racing Requires A Change In Perception

Columnist Lee Mottershead had recently addressed his views on diversity in the racing industry at racingpost.com, as a reaction to the British Horseracing Authority’s Diversity in Racing group’s initial meeting. When James Underwood penned a response to that story in his European Racing & Digest, Mottershead returned with another column to express his sentiment that Underwood’s perception was […]

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Grade 1 Winner Time And Motion Retired From Racing

Time and Motion, winner of the G1 Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup in 2016, has been retired from racing, according to a report in the BloodHorse. Time and Motion raced as a homebred for Phillips Racing Partnership. During her racing career, the 4-year-old daughter of Tapit won five of 15 starts and earned $967,519. In addition to […]

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