Robert Clay

Brazil’s Borges Torrealba family invests in Three Chimneys

The Borges Torrealba family of Brazil has invested in Three Chimneys and is now a partner in the Midway, Ky., farm, according to the Thoroughbred Daily News. “Three Chimneys’ mission is always has been to attract the best horses and customers in the world,” Case Clay, farm president and son of owners Robert and Blythe […]

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Santa Anita presents Behind the Scenes at Three Chimneys Farm 10.29.12

This week our friends at EquiSport Photos take us on a rare Behind the Scenes look at Three Chimneys Farm. Follow the morning routine of three time Breeder’s Cup runner Lewis Michael and enjoy a few scenic shots along the way. The unique morning gallop, given to several of the stallions at Three Chimneys, is […]

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Ice Box to relocate to Three Chimneys

Robert N. Clay’s Three Chimneys Farm announced today that 2010 Florida Derby-G1 winner and Kentucky Derby-G1 runner-up Ice Box (Pulpit – Spice Island, by Tabasco Cat) will relocate to Three Chimneys for the 2013 breeding season. Ice Box entered stud in 2012 at Calumet Farm and was bred to 94 mares this past year. He […]

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Three Chimneys presents Good News Friday: A Lasting Impact

Discussions about Kentucky’s signature horse industry often center on the almighty dollar. What is the industry’s economic impact to the commonwealth? How many jobs, directly and indirectly, does it create? Make no mistake, those are very important questions to ask. But the contributions of people in our industry go well beyond paychecks and hit at […]

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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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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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THE RACING INDUSTRY REMEMBERS GEORGE STEINBRENNER

New York Yankees owner and prominent horseman George Steinbrenner passed away today at age 80 due to a major heart attack. The Paulick Report will be collecting statements from leaders in the Thoroughbred industry throughout the day and gathering them here. NYRA President and CEO Charles Hayward: “We were extremely saddened to learn of […]

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BREEDERS’ CUP AND THE IMPORTANCE OF PARANOIA

By Ray Paulick “I’m often credited with the motto, ‘Only the paranoid survive.’ I have no idea when I first said this, but the fact remains that, when it comes to business, I believe in the value of paranoia.” – Andrew Groves, founder and former chairman, Intel Corporation. “Just because I’m paranoid doesn’t mean […]

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SKY MESA RECOVERING FROM COLIC SURGERY

By Ray Paulick Three Chimneys stallion Sky Mesa, the leading second-crop sire of 2008, underwent colic surgery Sunday morning and is expected to miss at least a month of the breeding season that got under way this past week. The 9-year-old son of Pulpit out of the graded stakes-winning Storm Cat mare Caress, is recovering […]

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INDIAN CHARLIE AUTHOR MUSSELMAN AVID READER OF PAULICK REPORT

By Ray Paulick Ed Musselman, the former Churchill Downs tour guide, groom, jockey agent and trainer who publishes the Indian Charlie newsletter that is distributed during some race meetings and Thoroughbred auctions throughout the United States, has proven to be an avid reader of the Paulick Report, which England’s Pacemaker magazine said in its September issue […]

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