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Three Chimneys Presents Good News Friday: An American Girl in Ecuador

Jockey Ashley Yodice may not have made many starts in the last year, but she is a winner in two countries after capturing the recent Válida Campeonato Internacional de Jockettas “Copa Nature ́s Garden” in Ecuador. The competition pitted female riders from six countries against each other for three races at El Hipódromo Miguel Salem […]

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Good News Friday sponsored by Liberation Farm: Brightening Our Breeders’ Cup Path

“If you light a lamp for somebody, it will also brighten your path.” – Buddhist expression By Ray PaulickI have a confession to make to our readers. While so many of you helped Breeders’ Cup Charities raise, by last count, nearly $80,000 in the second annual Breeders’ Cup or Bust fundraiser to help the Permanently […]

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Destination Louisville brought to you by Vinery LTD: Handicapping Championship Friday

By Ray Paulick Whether you’re an owner, breeder, trainer, serious horseplayer or casual fan, Breeders’ Cup championships weekend is the most exciting two-day race meeting of the year. Over the last week during the Paulick Report’s walk from Lexington to Louisville as part of our Breeders’ Cup or Bust fundraising efforts on behalf of three […]

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Breeders’ Cup or Bust Day Eight: Down the Stretch We Come!

By Ray Paulick Day 8 of Breeders’ Cup or Bust—the fundraising walk from Lexington to Louisville to raise money for Breeders’ Cup Charities—approached the final few miles Wednesday afternoon, and the downtown buildings in the distance were a welcome sight for my blistered feet. My partner in the Paulick Report, Brad Cummings, was forced to […]

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Breeders’ Cup or Bust Day Five: Paging Dr. Allday

By Ray Paulick Breeders’ Cup or Bust day 5 was a tough one. Not so much in the miles logged; we walked another 96 furlongs Sunday on the road from Lexington to Louisville to help raise money for Breeders’ Cup Charities. But as Brad Cummings and I ambled down U.S. 60 through Shelby County, we […]

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Breeders’ Cup or Bust Day Two: Let’s Go Farm Hopping!

By Ray Paulick Best intentions. We had wanted to watch the WinStar Farm horses train at 5 o’clock this morning, but it took me 15 minutes to hobble down the guest house stairwell out the door and into our Breeders’ Cup or Bust RV to search for the bottle of Advil I packed in one […]

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Breeders’ Cup or Bust Day Three: Give Us a Break

By Bradford Cummings Today will be a light day for the Paulick Report’s Breeders’ Cup or Bust walk with us only needing to walk six miles in preparation for our interview tomorrow at the state capitol building. Of course, this is just a cover up for the fact that my 32-year-old body is acting […]

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Paulick Report starts Breeders’ Cup or Bust walk from Keeneland today

Ray and I embark upon our 85-mile journey today, walking from Lexington to Louisville to raise money for Breeders’ Cup Charities. Leaving from the winner’s circle after the first race, we will be heading down Versailles Road to Pisgah Pike, where the good folks at WinStar have invited us to stay for the night. No […]

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Breeders’ Cup or Bust: Walk Till We Drop

By Ray Paulick Since moving to Lexington in 1988, I’ve always wondered what it would be like to emulate Daniel Boone, one of Kentucky’s greatest heroes. I’m not a hunter and I don’t look exceptionally good in a coonskin cap (oh, wait, that’s Davey Crockett), but from my reading I know for sure that Mr. […]

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Maybe You Can Drive This Sweet Ride

Last week, the Paulick Report announced we were searching for a driver to assist in a “top-secret” project. Fortunately, we have received much interest from our readers. See Manuel Adum’s highly creative approach below. And John Callahan’s heartfelt, passionate plea to join our cause. While the project has been top secret, we […]

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