PR Special OBS April: Stronach, Street Boss, and Florida’s New Sires

by | 04.21.2014 | 9:53am

The Paulick Report is pleased to present special print editions to be distributed on the grounds of the OBS April sale beginning Monday.

In this edition of the PR Special, Ray gives his take on the Stronach Group's proposed “house rules” in the areas of medication and security:  “These are potentially game-changing rules that will either reduce cheating or eliminate the perception that cheating is going on. They won't, however, be easy to implement.”

Also in this edition, Frank Mitchell shines his Stallion Spotlight on Street Boss and gives us Five to Watch at OBS April.

Plus, we meet bloodstock agent and racing manager Christine Jelm, find out about Florida's new sires this year and give a nod to OBS April grad Reneesgotzip in our Honor Roll.

Click here to read this edition of the PR Special

  • Ben van den Brink

    Houserules are about the only things that really works. When you do not agree with them just leave the track and find an other place.

    • Bellwether

      Horse tracks that have the best drug detection/test and undercover on the backside for starters will rake in more handle…

  • betterthannothing

    All track owners must follow leaders Jeff Gural and Frank Stronach and immediately begin to improve the welfare and safety of horses and riders, and integrity of competition with similar house rules, by-passing conflicted racing commissions buried in red tape. State fairs must be reformed as well.

    • nu-fan

      Have you or anyone heard about what the necropsy report was regarding Reno Lucky Lady after she collapsed and died after her first — if I remember correctly — race at the California State Fair? Summer will be here so very soon and I was wondering if there will be any changes made regarding safeguarding the racehorses who run in the various, often very hot, valley locations for the summer fair circuit. I would hope that Reno Lucky Lady did not die in vain but has made some difference in the lives of other racehorses.

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