Paulick Report Staff

REES: MOST UNLIKELY STAR OF SARTOGA IS A HALF-BLIND, CLUB-FOOTED FILLY WITH A RACY NAME

Lisa’s Booby Trap, readied for her next big challenge in the one mile turf Riskaverse Stakes, has become an unlikely star on one of racing’s biggest stages. Read more at the Courier-Journal

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TATTERSALLS TO RESTRUCTURE BREEZE UP SALES

PRESS RELEASE Guineas Breeze Up to be replaced by Tattersalls Ireland Fixture Tattersalls is to restructure the calendar for its two Breeze Up sales in 2011. The Tattersalls Guineas Breeze Up will be replaced by an all new fixture at Tattersalls Ireland and the Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up, Europe’s premier two year olds in training sale, […]

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FORE! PGA STAR MICKELSON VISITS DEL MAR

Buried at the end of Hank Wesch’s San Diego Union-Tribune column today was a note about San Diego native Phil Mickelson visiting trainer John Sadler’s barn Tuesday morning at Del Mar, two day’s after the PGA Tour star’s brother Tim claimed a 2-year-old colt, Dancing at Dark, for $40,000. Tim Mickelson is golf coach at […]

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AMERICAN GRADED STAKES STANDINGS brought to you by Keeneland: ROSARIO – NO STABLE, JUST VICTORIES

By Ray Paulick California-based jockey Joel Rosario is sneaking up the list of leading jockeys of American Graded Stakes winners, and unlike some of the others in the top five he is doing so without being hitched to one powerful stable. Last week, Rosario won three AGS races in California for three different trainers: the […]

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INJURED RIDER GIBBS MAY LEAVE HOSPITAL SEPT. 24

By Ray Paulick Injured jockey Craig Gibbs continues to show improvement and may be able to leave the Penn State Hershey Rehabilitation Hospital in Pennsylvania and return to his Maryland home later this month, his agent, Vern Rings, told the Paulick Report. “He’s been in rehab a couple of weeks and doing real well,” […]

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CALIFORNIA ANTI-GAMING GROUP GETTING INVOLVED IN EXCHANGE WAGERING DEBATE

As with any expanded gaming measure, potential exchange wagering in California has drawn the ire of a religiously-based anti-gaming group. In this instance, the California Coalition Against Gambling Expansion has stepped in, promising to send mailers to nearly 10,000 churches and individuals in the next few days asking the recipients to call or write the […]

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GET USED TO IT: PHILADELPHIA PARK NOW CALLED PARX RACING

“What is Par X?” cried a Pennsylvania horseplayer. It’s actually Parx and while it has been the namesake of the attached casino, Philadelphia Park has now permanently taken on this moniker. But as Dick Jerardi reports, with a new name comes some state of the art renovations, many of them with racing in mind. […]

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RACHEL RETURNS TO TRACK FOR GALLOP

For the first time since her one-length defeat in the Personal Ensign, Rachel Alexandra returned for a gallop around the one mile Oklahoma training track. “I’m very pleased with how she went back,” said trainer Steve Asmussen Read more at the Daily Racing Form

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TOM BRALY, OWNER OF EVENING JEWEL, DIES

The Paulick Report was saddened to learn of the passing yesterday of California owner Tom Braly, who owned multiple graded stakes-winning filly Evening Jewel in the name of the Braly Family Trust. In fact, in Braly’s seven-year battle against cancer—first leukemia and later head and neck cancer—he said horses like Evening Jewel kept him going […]

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