The Paulick Report is on the grounds for the two-day Fasig-Tipton sale of New York-bred yearlings in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and is pleased to offer a special print publication for the auction.
In this edition of the PR Special, bloodstock editor Joe Nevills completes his series on prominent equine statues in Saratoga Springs, focusing today on the short-term appearance of Storm Cat, who was on loan to the city from the family of William T. Young for its 100th anniversary celebration at Centennial Park in 2015. Storm Cat served as a placeholder while the park's permanent statue of Native Dancer was being completed.
New York-based War Dancer is profiled in the Stallion Spotlight as his first crop of yearlings are brought to the marketplace. In Rood and Riddle's Ask Your Veterinarian, Dr. Bill Gilsenan responds to a question about CBD oil, a relatively new product that may have potential benefits to the horse but which he says should be used with caution, if at all, until more is learned about it.
Finally, Nevills looks at some of the sale's top hips in 10 to Watch.
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