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Lost And Found Presented By Horseware: Bohannan Has Joys Of Training Without The Headaches

In many ways, Tom Bohannan has the perfect job with the perks of training Thoroughbreds but without the problems. He still enjoys mixing and mingling with horses and horse people at the track while wintering in the warmth, but his current role lacks the dramatic highs and lows of his former career. Bohannan has been […]

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Bloodlines: Sir Anthony Has Some ‘Chrome’ To Him

Racing up the rail as swift and slick as a greased pig through a chute, Sir Anthony (by Mineshaft) won the Grade 3 Harlan’s Holiday Handicap at Gulfstream Park on Dec. 15 under a gifted ride by jockey Brian Hernandez and defeated the odds-on favorite Audible (Into Mischief) by a half-length. Sir Anthony created the […]

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Cosequin Presents Aftercare Spotlight: Ozzie Is Stepping Out And Stepping Up With Liberty Training

Today, we’re bringing you the new incarnation of the Aftercare Spotlight. Each month, we’ll publish a column from a different person training an off-track Thoroughbred telling us what they’re working on with their horse and what they’ve learned from the process so far. Our goal is to bring our readers a variety of perspectives and […]

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Weekend Lineup: Sound Check At Gulfstream Park

All eyes (and ears) will be on Todd Pletcher trainee Audible this weekend at Gulfstream Park as the 3-year-old makes his second start finishing third in the Kentucky Derby. Last month, the son of Into Mischief easily captured the listed Cherokee Run Stakes at Churchill Downs on the Breeders’ Cup undercard. On Saturday, the Pegasus […]

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The Friday Show: All About The Timing?

It was announced this week that a pilot project by Equibase at Keeneland showed promise for timing workouts in the future using GPS technology. In this edition of the Friday Show, the Paulick Report’s Scott Jagow and Joe Nevills discuss the potential for the program. Plus, what are the prospects for a new wager at […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: Valene’s ‘Lucky Break’ Honors Late Father

Murray Valene was on a conference call for his day job while simultaneously trying to bid over the phone during the 2018 Equine Sales of Louisiana 2-Year-Old sale, and had a fortuitous mix-up with the sale catalog. He’d thought he was bidding on a filly, but Valene wound up with a juvenile colt by Songandaprayer […]

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Bloodlines: Pedigree Suggests Good Things Lie Ahead For Chasing Yesterday

The victory by Chasing Yesterday (by Tapit) in the Grade 1 Starlet Stakes at Los Alamitos on Dec. 8 brings up an interesting point of reference from earlier this summer at Saratoga. The Spa’s leading race for juvenile fillies, the G1 Spinaway Stakes, was won by Sippican Harbor (Orb), and behind her that day were […]

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Ask Your Veterinarian Presented By Equistro: The Pesky Problem Of Yeast Infections In Broodmares

QUESTION: What is the most cost effective treatment for a mare with an intrauterine yeast infection? If not treated, will each cycle be difficult, possibly painful? DR. ETTA BRADECAMP: While the most common causes of intrauterine infection in the mare are bacterial, cases of fungal endometritis occur at a much lower rate. The most common causes of these infections are Aspergillus and Candidia; however, many different […]

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Weekend Lineup: Juvenile Spotlight On Los Al

A pair of Grade 1 races for juveniles are the highlight of North American racing this weekend, featuring Los Alamitos Racecourse in Southern California. The Futurity is led by a pair of Bob Baffert trainees in Improbable and Mucho Gusto, while the Starlet also features two from his stable in Chasing Yesterday and Mother Mother. […]

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The Friday Show: Passing Or Failing Grades?

Each year, the American Graded Stakes Committee reevaluates the grading system for the highest level races in the U.S., downgrading some from Grade 1 or Grade 2 and upgrading others from Grade 2 or 3. It’s an annual decision that has wide-ranging implications for the racing and breeding industries. In this special edition of The […]

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