Paulick Report Staff

Catalina Cruiser Sets Stakes Record In True North

Hronis Racing’s Catalina Cruiser got the job done in Friday afternoon’s Grade 2 True North Stakes, rebounding off-the-board finish in the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile to best Strike Power by about a half length. The 5-year-old son of Union Rags was sent to post as the 8-5 favorite under jockey Joel Rosario, and completed the […]

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What Makes Horses Unhappy?

While no scientific studies have been done as to why some farms and living situations make horses anxious and upset, it’s abundantly clear that individual horses tend to care for a specific type of facility and care. While an owner may never be able to pinpoint what caused the horse’s distress, it oftentimes is easier […]

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Separationofpowers Won’t Be Denied In Bed O’ Roses

Seth Klarman’s Separationofpowers cruised to an easy 4 3/4-length victory in the Grade 3 Bed o’ Roses Invitational, kicking off the stakes action at Belmont Park on Friday. The 4-year-old daughter of Candy Ride and jockey Jose Ortiz completed seven furlongs on the fast main track in 1:21.46. Trained by Chad Brown, Separationofpowers was the […]

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Ask Your Insurer: What’s The Difference Between Straight Rate And Deductible Policies?

Equine insurance experts answer your questions about insuring Thoroughbreds for the breeding and auction realms. Email us at [email protected] if you have a question for an insurer. QUESTION: Are there different types of Full Mortality, or All Risk Mortality, Policies? If so, what are they? BRYCE BURTON: As we’ve discussed in previous issues, Full Mortality […]

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Triple Crown News Minute Presented By Niall Brennan Stables: Belmont Stakes Toss Or Keep?

With just 24 hours left before the final leg of the Triple Crown, all is thankfully quiet on the Belmont Park backstretch. Nothing left to do but figure out the winner of Saturday’s 151st running of the Belmont Stakes. In this Triple Crown News Minute, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick play a game called Toss […]

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Spit It Out: Could Saliva Tests Replace Traditional Blood Draws?

Blood tests have been used for decades to help veterinarians determine if and why a horse is in ill health, but a new study has shown that similar tests may be able to be performed on saliva. Saliva is 99 percent water, but it contains compounds like cholesterol, lactate, fatty acids and glucose, as well […]

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The Friday Show Presented By The Match Series: Talking Safety And Business

As the third leg of the Triple Crown approaches, the safety of horses and jockeys continues to take center stage, as it should, between stakeholders in the horse racing industry and by others outside the sport. In this edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss some of the conversations taking place […]

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Cambier Parc Upsets Stablemate Newspaperofrecord To Win Grade 3 Wonder Again

The bettors were confident a Chad Brown horse would prevail in the Grade 3 Wonder Again at Belmont Park Thursday, but the one who won wasn’t the Brown horse most people had in mind. Cambier Parc stalked her accomplished stablemate Newspaperofrecord (IRE) throughout the 1 1/8-mile turf contest and whittled away at her lead, drawing […]

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Louisiana Legislature Passes Bill Allocating $5 Per Start To Fund Aftercare

The state legislature in Louisiana approved a measure this week which would allocate $5 per start to a fund for Thoroughbred aftercare. HB384 states monies raised from the funding stream would be managed by a representative of Louisiana horsemen for withdrawals and disbursement from the Horsemen’s Bookkeeper Account. The bill, authored by Rep. Clay Schexnayder […]

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Pennsylvania Approves Grant For Marketing, Forms New Committee To Tackle Issues In Racing

The Pennsylvania Horse Racing Commission will soon form a new committee to tackle industry issues like public perception of racing, medication, and whip use, according to a summary of the most recent meeting from the Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association. The committee will include three commission members as well as industry stakeholders and at least one position […]

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