Jockeys

A ROMPING VICTORY IN JAPAN

By Ray PaulickOSAKA, Japan—Espoir City made it look easy in Sunday’s $2.9-million Japan Cup Dirt at Hanshin race course, wresting the lead after a quarter from the lone American-based runner, Tizway, then coasting to a 3 1/2-length victory under jockey Tetsuzo Sato. The win was the fourth in a row (third straight in a Grade […]

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STEVENS: CHRB CASE AGAINST ROSARIO A ‘JOKE’

By Ray PaulickA budding superstar jockey from the Dominican Republic is under investigation by the California Horse Racing for allegedly not putting forth his best effort in a race at Del Mar in September, and a retired Hall of Fame rider is outraged at the charges. Joel Rosario, a 24-year-old jockey who won riding […]

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GOOD NEWS FRIDAY sponsored by Liberation Farm: DRIVING FOR JOCKEYS

  By Bradford Cummings Just four and a half years ago I was working as a barista at a Starbucks in Louisville, Ky., trying to get a break after an acting career cut short and yet just a few days ago I had the pleasure of finishing a 13-day, 7-“city” tour with who I believe […]

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BREEDERS’ CUP OR BUST: AN INSPIRING STORY OF SURVIVAL

By Ray Paulick Please click here to donate to Breeders’ Cup Charities benefiting the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund and V Foundation for Cancer Research. Give a minimum of one penny per mile and you will be eligible for a drawing to win one of 10 Breeders’ Cup caps to be signed by the winning jockeys […]

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BREEDERS’ CUP OR BUST: HORSING AROUND IN OKLAHOMA

By Ray Paulick Please click here to donate to Breeders’ Cup Charities benefiting the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund and V Foundation for Cancer Research. Give a minimum of one penny per mile and you will be eligible for a drawing to win one of 10 Breeders’ Cup caps to be signed by the winning jockeys […]

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BREEDERS’ CUP OR BUST: REMINGTON GOES ABOVE AND BEYOND

By Ray Paulick Please click here to donate to Breeders’ Cup Charities benefiting the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund and V Foundation for Cancer Research. Give a minimum of one penny per mile and you will be eligible for a drawing to win one of 10 Breeders’ Cup caps to be signed by the winning jockeys […]

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BREEDERS’ CUP OR BUST: ZIA LATER

By Ray Paulick Please click here to donate to Breeders’ Cup Charities benefiting the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund and V Foundation for Cancer Research. Give a minimum of one penny per mile and you will be eligible for a drawing to win one of 10 Breeders’ Cup caps to be signed by the winning jockeys […]

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PAULICK REPORT PRESENTS BREEDERS’ CUP OR BUST: A CHARITY FUNDRAISING ‘DRIVE’

By Ray PaulickSome people think I’d do just about anything to not get on an airplane. One of those folks is Brad Cummings, my partner in the Paulick Report. A couple of weeks ago, knowing that I’ve had  my fill of bad experiences with commercial airlines, he asked if I’d be driving out to the […]

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WEEKEND STAKES: WHERE TO WATCH brought to you by KBC Horse Supplies

Three-year-old fillies are in the racing spotlight this weekend, with Grade 1 action on both coasts featured in Saturday telecasts. First up will be the 129th running of the Alabama Stakes from Saratoga, where the absence of divisional leader Rachel Alexandra makes for an interesting contest and a very good betting race. […]

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GOOD NEWS FRIDAY sponsored by Liberation Farm – DAVID FLORES AND THE CITY OF CHILDREN

By Ray Paulick It’s only 150 miles from Tijuana, Mexico, to Beverly Hills, Calif., but as anyone who has ever been to both cities knows, they are worlds apart. Tijuana, the border town south of San Diego, has areas of extreme poverty and has also been caught in the violent crossfire that is part of […]

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