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TOP TEN STORIES WE’D LIKE TO SEE IN THE PAULICK REPORT

We are safe and sound in an undisclosed, dark and damp location. We’re not exactly sure where we are and don’t feel terribly comfortable, but at least we feel pretty good about being hidden from the world of litigation. Being stuck in a hole in the wall apartment in Lex – er – just […]

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FINAL BETS DOWN ON THE PAULICK REPORT

Dear Colleague, We are wrapping up our seven-day Public Broadasting System knock-off quarterly fundraising drive. Again like PBS, we depend on viewers like you for the majority of our operational support to allow us to maintain and enhance the Thoroughbred industry’s premiere independent voice. Fortunately for you, we have replaced old British actors in […]

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GOOD HEALTH AND FINE ART CAN LEAD TO A BETTER EDUCATION

  By Ray PaulickTwo events to benefit college scholarship funds are scheduled for Saturday morning in Central Kentucky: the sixth annual Race for Education 5K and 10K runs and Harness Tracks of America’s 31st annual Equine Art Show and Auction. You don’t need to favor one breed of horses over another to take part in […]

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TOP TEN THINGS YOU MAY HAVE LEARNED ONLY BY READING THE PAULICK REPORT

Much to our surprise, it seems we have kept the high-priced fancy lawyers from Letterman and Public Broadcasting off our backs. Don’t tell anyone, but we’ve found a nice hiding spot at Calder racetrack and if Ray’s recent photos of empty stands mean anything, we don’t suspect anyone will come out here to find us. […]

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WALDROP’S WAFFLE

By Ray Paulick National Thoroughbred Racing Association CEO Alex Waldrop said his organization neither opposes nor supports a U.S. House of Representatives bill that would criminalize transportation of horses with the intention they be slaughtered for human consumption. A letter from Waldrop expressing the NTRA’s neutrality was entered into the record on Wednesday by […]

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DUCHOSSOIS GOBBLES UP CHURCHILL SHARES

By Ray Paulick Richard Duchossois, who became the largest shareholder in Churchill Downs Inc. when his wholly owned Arlington Park racetrack was merged with Churchill in September 2000, has been steadily adding to his holdings over the last 10 months. In September alone, the Chicago industrialist has purchased 17,296 shares of CDI. As part of […]

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BET ON THE FUTURE OF THE PAULICK REPORT

Dear Colleague, This week we’re kicking off our seven-day Public Broadasting System knock-off quarterly fundraising drive. Like PBS, we depend on viewers like you for the majority of our operational support to allow us to maintain and enhance the Thoroughbred industry’s premiere independent voice. Fortunately for you, we will be deviating from the PBS […]

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TOP TEN REASONS TO SUPPORT THE PAULICK REPORT

Yesterday, we made a general appeal as to why we think the Paulick Report is worth supporting financially. We keep checking our backs for a team of PBS lawyers but so far they haven’t seemed to notice our blatant fundraiser knock-off! As a service to our prospective donors, we thought it would be neighborly […]

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TOP TEN REASONS TO NOT SUPPORT THE PAULICK REPORT

It seems we have outrun the PBS lawyers, but with our Top Tens being unveiled we have little doubt that David Letterman’s folks will have us on speed dial in no time at all. For those of you glass half full types, yesterday’s “Top Ten Reasons to Support the Paulick Report” was like a […]

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TOBA TO GIVE AWARD TO…TOBA?

(Note to readers: To quote funnyman Dave Barry, I swear I am not making this up. The following press release from the Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association announces that the TOBA is giving itself an Industry Service Award for the work of the Sales Integrity Task Force that it formed in 2004. We sincerely […]

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