PR Special Keeneland September: How It All Changed

by | 09.16.2016 | 8:26am

The Paulick Report is once again pleased to offer a special print publication, available here and on the grounds of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale. 

In this edition of the PR Special, Natalie Voss writes about the business of sales agents and consignors, which started in the 1980s with the foundation of Eaton Sales. This is the third piece in a four-part series called “Back to the '80s.” 

In the Stallion Spotlight, Frank Mitchell focuses on the first yearlings of Kentucky Derby and Dubai World Cup winner Animal Kingdom, which include Hips 627, 1128 and 1053. In Five to Watch, Mitchell gives us some other hip numbers to pay close attention to. 

In the Honor Roll, Scott Jagow takes a look at the journey of Midnight Storm, whose reserve was not met as a Keeneland yearling but who went on to become a Grade I winner.  In Tweets of the Week, check out some interesting and humorous Thoroughbred industry posts. 

Click here to read these stories and more in this edition of the PR Special.

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