Monmouth Park Operators Sue NFL, Other Sports Leagues Over Lost Revenue During Court Battle

The saga of sports betting in the U.S. took another turn Thursday, as the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association, operator of Monmouth Park, filed a lawsuit against the four major sports leagues and the NCAA. The suit contends the leagues’ legal action to stop sports gambling in New Jersey cost Monmouth Park at least $150 […]

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‘Scalded’ Pitino Will Watch His Kentucky Oaks Runner Coach Rocks From Gulfstream Park

It is possible that no owner’s absence has ever prompted a greater stir, or caused more fans to revisit roiling emotions, than Rick Pitino’s decision to boycott the 144th running of the Grade 1 Kentucky Oaks. Pitino has told his trainer, Dale Romans, friends, and his partners in Coach Rocks, a filly with a puncher’s […]

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Six Horses Saved From Holding Pen Found To Be Oklahoma State Riding Team Mounts

Six horses pulled from a saleĀ barnĀ holding pen in June were identified this week as having previously been used in the Oklahoma State University riding program. Often, horses who go unsold at the sales barn in question are shipped to other sales barns or auctions, and those that are deemed un-sell-able are typically sold for slaughter […]

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After Debate, NCAA Renews Support For Future Of Collegiate Equine Sports

The Committee on Women’s Athletics (CWA) confirmed its support for equestrian sports to remain on the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA) Emerging Sports list during the April 2016 meeting in Indianapolis. The committee voted on and approved a statement recommending that equestrian sports remain on the Emerging Sports list due to new organizational efforts, membership […]

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Paulick Report NCAA Pool: We promise, the fix wasn’t in!

Trust me. The fix wasn’t in. For one thing, the prizes weren’t all that great. But I’m sure some people will find it peculiar that Ray Paulick and Brad Cummings finished one-two in the NCAA brackets pool they organized to benefit the Red Cross and earthquake/tsunami victims in Japan. So as the clock approached midnight […]

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Paulick Report NCAA Bracket Pool: A Chance to Help Japan

As we’ve said several times before on the pages of the Paulick Report, one of the things Ray and I have in common is the belief that when you find success in business, it’s your duty to give back to those in need. Thanks to your consistent readership, we’ve been able to do that on […]

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By Ray Paulick The Breeders’ Cup, like many mature businesses in faltering industries, has hit a flat spot, and the people who run it are faced with a difficult question: whether to continue on the same course and expect little to no growth, or to make bold, transformative decisions designed to enhance its standing as […]

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