The Paulick Report is headed to New York this summer, as we launch a new series about the Thoroughbred industry in the Empire State. We'll be delving into recent developments that have triggered significant changes in New York's breeding and sales business, but as a way to kick off the series, we're going way back through time.
People have been breeding racehorses in New York for more than 200 years, and some of them have recorded significant milestones and achievements in horse racing history. Historians can have their work cut out identifying the origins of racehorses from long ago, but Scott Jagow, with help from historian Allan Carter, has pieced together this brief history of the New York Thoroughbred.
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