New York-breds

Best Buys Malibu Moon Filly For Record $775,000 At Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings Sale

Larry Best didn’t have plans to attend the Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings Sale when the sun came up on Monday. He’d never even shopped at the sale before. By the time the mid-afternoon slipped into the late afternoon, the former medical device executive known for making splashy purchases at auctions walked out of the Humphrey […]

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PR Special Fasig-Tipton New York-Breds Sale: Storm Cat’s ‘Loaner’ Statue

The Paulick Report is on the grounds for the two-day Fasig-Tipton sale of New York-bred yearlings in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., and is pleased to offer a special print publication for the auction. In this edition of the PR Special, bloodstock editor Joe Nevills completes his series on prominent equine statues in Saratoga Springs, focusing today […]

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Terranova Lands Constitution Colt For $340,000 To Top First Session Of Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings Sale

With roughly a third of the overall catalog going through the ring during the first of two sessions at the Fasig-Tipton New York-Bred Yearlings Sale, the most accurate phrase to describe the marketplace is perhaps “to be continued.” From a relatively small comparative sample size of 97 horses offered during Sunday’s session, average and median […]

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‘A Real New York Guy’: Motion Seeks Win In Inaugural Rick Violette Stakes

Flaxman Holdings’ turf maiden winner Torres Del Paine, trained by Graham Motion, will shift to the main track for Wednesday’s inaugural $100,000 Rick Violette, a six-furlong sprint for New York-bred juveniles at Saratoga Race Course. Previously known as the Rockville Centre, the race was renamed in honor of the late Richard A. Violette, Jr., the […]

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Linda Rice, Jose Ortiz Score Big Apple Showcase Day Triple

Trainer Linda Rice and jockey Jose Ortiz featured prominently on the New York Racing Association’s Big Apple Showcase Day with three wins each, including a pair of stakes wins, on the Memorial Day holiday card at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y. The 11-race all New York-bred slate included six stakes races worth $900,000 in purses, […]

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New York-Breds Take Center Stage On Monday’s Big Apple Showcase Day

New York-breds will take center stage on the Memorial Day holiday slate Monday at Belmont Park as the New York Racing Association hosts its annual Big Apple Showcase Day, featuring an 11-race all New York-bred card, including six stakes races worth $900,000 in purses, highlighted by the $200,000 Commentator and $200,000 Critical Eye. Harold Lerner, […]

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New York-Bred Not That Brady Looks To Steal Gotham Stakes

Popular New York-bred Not That Brady, co-owned by Michael Imperio, Lianna Stables [Vinny Vivolo] and his trainer Rudy Rodriguez, enters Saturday’s Gotham from a gusty runner-up effort in the Grade 3 Withers. The Big Brown chestnut, bred in New York by KatieRich Farms, suffered a minor setback after coming out of his February 17 breeze at […]

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‘Very Optimistic Outlook’ For New York Breeding Industry In 2019

There’s no other day in the horse racing industry that generates as much optimism and excitement as New Year’s Day. For each year, when the calendar turns to January, Thoroughbreds turn a year older and visions of what awaits them in the coming months are filled with sunshine and clear skies. It’s a time when […]

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Mind Your Biscuits Stretches Out To Win Lukas Classic; Has Breeders’ Cup Options

Mind Your Biscuits – the richest New York-bred of all-time – proved he’s a quality horse at most any distance when the three-time Grade I-winning sprinter rolled to a 4 ¾-length victory over Toast of New York and defending champ Honorable Duty in Saturday night’s sixth running of the $200,000 Lukas Classic Presented by Budweiser […]

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Leslie Hulet, 69, Dies: Finger Lakes Hall Of Fame Jockey Rode NY-Bred Fio Rito To Historic Win

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Sept. 29, in Paragonah, Utah, for Leslie Hulet, a six-time leading rider at Finger Lakes who guided Fio Rito to an historic victory in the 1981 Whitney at Saratoga to become the first New York-bred to win a Grade 1 race. Mr. Hulet, 69, died after a short […]

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