The Biz

Z: Better to Have Loved and Lost

By Steve Montemarano There’s a fine fine line between a lover and a friend, And there’s a fine fine line between reality and pretend. And you never know when you reach the top if it was worth the uphill climb, There’s a fine fine line between love and a waste of your time. –Lyrics from […]

Continue reading
Thoro-Graph President: We’re Not Burying Our Heads in the Dirt

Jerry Brown, president of Thoro-Graph, which provides performance figures for horseplayers and horsemen, took exception to a recent column in England’s Sporting Life by former jockey Richard Dunwoody entitled “Burying Their Heads in the Dirt” in which Dunwoody said the American Thoroughbred has been in decline in part because of the reliance on dirt racing […]

Continue reading
Editorial: Cutting Maryland Racing Could Save It

In today’s Baltimore Sun, Michael Serio identifies himself as someone well aware of the rich history of Maryland racing and also as someone who very much supported slots at Laurel Park. But now that the slots are heading to the mall instead, Serio would like to see something similar to what Monmouth Park did this […]

Continue reading
The Push for a National Commish

The Lexington Herald-Leader featured an editorial by Dean DeLuke, a partner in Cot Campbell’s Dogwood Stable and author, calling for a national commissioner. By centralizing the different state organizations under the same rules, he argues racing will become a more unified force. require_once(ABSPATH. ‘/wp-content/blogad.php’); ?> Read more at the Herald-Leader

Continue reading
Twitter Twitter
Paulick Report on Instagram