National Museum Of Racing Opens ‘Fabulous And Fast’ Exhibit Dedicated To Great Fillies And Mares

The National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame’s newest exhibition, Fabulous and Fast: The Female Horses of the Hall of Fame, is now open in the Museum’s Contemporary Racing Gallery. This spotlight on the 66 Hall of Fame fillies and mares features photographs, art, artifacts, and multimedia from the Museum Collection. Race footage, Hall […]

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Retired jockey John Wirchainski dies at 87

Retired jockey John ‘Johnny’ Wirchainski, who galloped such notables as Sir Gaylord and Cicada, died July 4 of congestive heart failure in Dublin, Ohio. He was 87. Wirchainski got his license in 1950, and began riding at Saratoga. In 1958-1959, he worked as an exercise rider for Foxcatcher Farms; in 1962 he went to work […]

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Pedigree consultant and author Edwin Anthony examines the bloodlines of Discreetly Mine, winner of the Grade 2 Risen Star Stakes at Fair Grounds, in the second in a series of articles written exclusively for the Paulick Report. Click here to view last week’s article, looking at the pedigree of Fasig-Tipton Fountain of Youth winner Eskendereya. […]

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