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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: Overcoming Fears With A ‘Diamond In The Rough’

Last month when Queen Satin (who shows under the name Satins Angel) donned a swanky new cooler, bouquet of flowers and a blue ribbon on her bridle after securing top honors in the $5,000 Open Jumper Stake at the New Vocations All-Thoroughbred Charity Horse Show, it was virtually unimaginable that just several years prior she […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: Team Glyshaw Overcomes Odds With Emotional Canadian International Victory

A bouquet of balloons was waiting by his stall when Canadian International winner Bullards Alley returned to Churchill Downs Monday evening. Grounded by a full bag of Red Delicious apples, the balloons represent just how precious this 5-year-old gelding has become to trainer Tim Glyshaw’s small stable. Bullards Alley is Glyshaw’s first Grade 1 winner, […]

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Bloodlines Presented By Merck Animal Health: A Tale Of Two Chestnuts

Timing isn’t everything for a stallion, but opportune success sure makes a sire’s life a lot easier. The highly distinguished veteran stallion Distorted Humor (by Forty Niner) began his career by becoming the leading freshman sire of 2002, when the stallion had four stakes winners, including a chestnut son by the name of Funny Cide. […]

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In The Stud Presented By Triacton From KERx: Noble Mission, First Crop Yearlings Of 2017

The Paulick Report is pleased to present a popular photo/video feature that will run periodically over the next few weeks and will spotlight stallions standing in Kentucky. The series, put together by our friends at EquiSport Photos, will feature stallions that have either just entered stud in 2017, or stallions that have not yet had […]

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Weekend Lineup Presented By DRF Bets: QEII, Canadian International

A trio of Grade 1 races headline the action across North America this weekend, with the Queen Elizabeth II Cup at Keeneland on Saturday and the E.P. Taylor and Canadian International at Woodbine on Sunday. On Friday, Keeneland’s card is led by the Grade 3 Franklin County Stakes. A 5 1/2 furlong turf sprint for […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: Brotherly Love And The Woodford Longshot

It was a photograph on the Internet which first drew Harlan Malter to trainer Tim Glyshaw’s barn. Depicting the trainer laying in the straw and cuddling with his stable star, top Indiana-bred earner Unreachable Star, the photo instantly told Malter everything he wanted to know. “It’s a macho industry, horse racing,” Malter said. “How many […]

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Keeneland Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: ‘Flame’ Thrower

Flameaway improved his record to three wins from four starts when he rallied to take the Grade 3 Dixiana Bourbon Stakes at Keeneland Oct. 8. The race, which had been scheduled for the turf but was moved to the main track due to heavy rain, was originally downgraded to a ‘listed’ event because of the […]

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Barn Buddies: Roxy A ‘Fixture’ At Newmarket Stable

The purpose of Dr. Mike Shepherd’s visit to George Margarson’s training yard in Newmarket, England was mostly to do follow-up radiographs on a filly recovering from a lameness. Before he packed up his lead aprons and machinery, however, Margarson brought out another patient for Shepherd. Margarson, 65, and his family have long made a practice […]

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The Friday Show Presented By Woodbine’s Pattison Canadian International: Pegasus Redux?

There were quite a few skeptics last year when the Stronach Group unveiled a new $12 million race for which owners would each put up $1 million to fund the purse. But the Pegasus World Cup filled and the first running highlighted the rise of Arrogate on the world scene and was the swan song […]

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Around The Track Podcast Presented By Taylor Made: Tales From Julie Krone

Julie Krone’s earliest memories all contain horses, and her devotion to understanding the animal helped her become one of the greatest jockeys of all time, not to mention a pioneering athlete who was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame. In this episode of Around the Track, Krone tells of her rough-and-tumble early days […]

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