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Churchill Downs Bans Daily Racing Form On-Track Sales; Launches Rival Product

Management of Churchill Downs and Daily Racing Form – two iconic racing institutions that date back to the 1800s – apparently will not be sitting down together for a Thanksgiving Dinner. The two parties have been feuding in recent months, culminating with Churchill Downs opting to ban on-track sales of the daily racing newspaper founded […]

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Field Of 14 Juveniles Set For G2 Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes

Godolphin LLC’s Enticed, who finished third behind Firenze Fire and eventual Sentient Jet Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (Grade I) winner Good Magic in last month’s Champagne (GI) at Belmont Park, is among a promising and ultra-competitive cast of 14 2-year-olds that were entered for Saturday’s 91st running of the $200,000 Kentucky Jockey Club (GII) at Churchill […]

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California Chrome, Football Great Ray Lewis Embroiled In Lawsuit Over Pegasus World Cup/Bourbon Sponsorship

Former NFL linebacker Ray Lewis has been named in a lawsuit filed by an advertising agency representing two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome. According to a report at MSN.com, the lawsuit was filed by the Leverage Agency, a company that sells sponsorships at major sporting events. The company is suing Lewis and the makers […]

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Britain: ‘Wind’ Surgeries On Horses To Be Noted In Race Programs Starting In January

The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) on Wednesday announced that, as of 19 January 2018, racecards will be able to carry information that confirms when a horse is having its first run after having undergone a wind surgery. This has been introduced with the needs of the sport’s betting customer as the focus, and in the […]

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Cohen Preparing For Career Comeback; To Ride During Oaklawn Park Meet

David Cohen, a rising star in the jockey ranks a decade ago but inactive since October 2014, will be returning to the saddle for the upcoming meeting at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Ark. The 32-year-old California native will be represented by his previous agent, Bill Castle, who said Cohen is expected to be named […]

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The Friday Show Presented By Cal Racing Cares: The 2nd Annual Paulick Report Turkey Awards

The Friday Show comes early this week, with the Thanksgiving holiday upon us. And in the spirit of the season, we are pleased to present the 2nd annual Paulick Report Turkey Awards. In case you missed last year’s awards ceremony, horse racing is rarely short on colorful characters (polite euphemism in some cases), bizarre incidents […]

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Santa Anita Institutes ‘Ship And Stay’ Program For Winter Meet

With its traditional Winter Meet opener looming on Tuesday, Dec. 26, Santa Anita Park has announced a first-ever “Ship and Stay” program, that is intended to attract out-of-state horsemen and to incentivize them to keep running in California throughout the new year. Funded solely by Santa Anita and The Stronach Group (TSG), the “Ship and Stay” […]

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‘The Best To The Best’: Songbird To Be Bred To Arrogate In 2018

Two-time Eclipse champion Songbird will be bred to fellow champion and world’s richest racehorse, Arrogate in 2018, according to a report in the Thoroughbred Daily News. Mandy Pope, who recently purchased Songbird at the Fasig-Tipton November sale, told the TDN, “We went over this for a good three days with Wayne Sweezey and other advisors and looked at […]

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Around The Track Podcast Presented By Taylor Made: Jockey Agent Ron Ebanks, The ‘Love Man’

Ron Ebanks has led quite the adventurous life. The former jockey and longtime jockey agent has seen it all, from near-death experiences to run-ins with the mafia to chickens riding racehorses. In this edition of Around the Track, Ebanks tells stories from a life that began in the Caribbean and the bush tracks of Louisiana, […]

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TVG Player Scores $254,441 Winner In Del Mar Single Ticket Pick 6 Jackpot

A lone ticket holder was – in racetrack parlance – “kissed in” to a Pick 6 score of $254,441 Sunday afternoon at Del Mar when Lord Admiral, who had finished second in the 9th and final race, was moved up to first after Bold Papa was disqualified from an apparent win for interference with several […]

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