Bret Jones

Goldencents, Cairo Prince Keep Freshman Sire Race Close Heading Into Fall

The freshman sire class of 2018 has been an evenly-matched group reaching back to when their first weanlings entered the sale ring. Heading into the fall slate of the 2-year-old stakes calendar, the group once again appears primed for another close finish by first-crop earnings. Heading into mid-September, the race has become especially tight between […]

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Foal And Stallion Nominators Elect 20 Breeders’ Cup Members

The Breeders’ Cup announced today that 20 individuals have won election to serve as Breeders’ Cup Members.  Voting by Breeders’ Cup 2017 foal and stallion nominators was concluded at 5:00 p.m. ET on June 15. The following individuals received the most votes of the Breeders’ Cup nominators to fill 20 Member seats having four year […]

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PR Special July Sale: Spotlight On Pharoah’s Sire, Pioneerof the Nile

The Paulick Report is once again pleased to offer a special print publication, available here and on the sales grounds at the Fasig-Tipton July Sale in Lexington, Ky. In this edition of the PR Special, Natalie Voss looks at recent research into the effects of furosemide as well as a study on the speed of […]

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A Better Breeders’ Cup Board: Something Old, Something New

Change is good. But not too much change. I think the Breeders’ Cup Members got it just right in the runoff election earlier this week when Bill Farish of Lane’s End Farm was re-elected to a four-year term on the Breeders’ Cup board of directors over which he serves as chairman. The other candidate for […]

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Keeneland presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Brilliance, Belief Pay Off for Airdrie

The fast start in 2012 American Graded Stakes races for Airdrie Stud could not have come at a better time. Just two months ago, the Midway, Ky., farm owned by Mr. and Mrs. Brereton C. Jones was reeling from the loss of its flagship stallion, 16-year-old Indian Charlie, due to Hemangiosarcoma, a rare, highly invasive […]

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Airdrie sets 2012 fees and incentives: Indian Charlie at $75,000

Airdrie Stud in Midway, Ky., has announced its stud fees and discount incentives for the 2012 breeding season. Leading the say is Indian Charlie, whose 2012 stud fee has been set at $75,000 stands and nurses, up $5,000 from his 2011 fee. Indian Charlie is the sire of the 2011 2-year-old male champion Uncle Mo. […]

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New fantasy handicapping game targets younger crowd

Press Release Vision 2020, a group conceived to both educate and give a voice to the under-40 generation of horse racing participants, has released “Fantasy Capping” – a group project designed to develop new interest in the industry by bringing attention to the sport’s premier race each Saturday.  Bret Jones, a steering committee member of […]

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Keeneland presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Jones Finds Winner in Summer Soiree

Bret Jones, the son of Airdrie Stud’s Brereton and Elizabeth Jones, is off to a pretty good start as a breeder. Make that an exceptional start. Summer Soiree, the first horse he bred – in a foal share arrangement with his father – became a Grade 1 winner with her victory in the Del Mar […]

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New York Breeders’ Cup must be earned

When word got out last week that Breeders’ Cup officials were holding a reception in Los Angeles this Wednesday to confirm Santa Anita Park as host of the 2012 Breeders’ Cup, there was predictable disappointment and anger coming from some friends of New York racing, who thought it was about time for the championships to […]

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