Three Chimneys

A. P. Indy leading sire of sale yearlings; Distorted Humor of 2-year-olds; Dynaformer of weanlings

Lane’s End’s A. P Indy led all sires in sale yearlings based on average price according to Deirdre Biles of the Blood-Horse. His 19 offspring found an average price of $544,737. WinStar Farm’s Distorted Humor averaged $706,250 for 2-year-olds and Three Chimneys Farm’s Dynaformer sold his five sale weanlings for an average of $237,000.

Continue reading
Three Chimneys presents Good News Friday: Grandpa Joe and Secretariat

Most of us have heard about how the outside of a horse is good for the inside of a man.  This is the story of how a movie about a horse, the great Triple Crown champion Secretariat, lifted the spirits of a dying man, one who has been a longtime fan of Big Red of […]

Continue reading
RICHARD DREYFUSS TO SPEAK AT THREE CHIMNEYS

PRESS RELEASE While sharp partisan differences block a productive national debate on issues ranging from economic recovery to energy policy, fifty-one rising college seniors from across America gather in Lexington, Kentucky this week at the Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship’s (HCCS) third annual Student Congress, where they will hear from award-winning actor, Richard Dreyfuss […]

Continue reading
BC BOARD: FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION…

(CLARIFICATION: Thoroughbred Daily News Publisher Barry Weisbord called to ask for a clarification in two areas of the following article on the Breeders’ Cup election. First, while Weisbord acknowledged that Richard Santulli has not personally attended any meetings of the Breeders’ Cup board of directors since being elected, he said Santulli has called in by […]

Continue reading
BREEDERS’ CUP: TRANSPARENCY AND DEMOCRACY?

By Ray Paulick President Barack Obama, on his first full day in office, called for higher standards in transparency and accountability for his administration. While there already have been some bumps on that road, our new president’s demands are in line with a broader movement toward greater transparency, accountability and openness, not only in government […]

Continue reading
DECEMBER MADNESS

By Ray Paulick WinStar Farm put its home-court advantage to good use Wednesday night, beating a team from Darley and Fasig-Tipton 55-48 to win the first annual WinStar Charity Basketball Tournament and raise more than $10,000 in college scholarship funds for Dara and Chase Mullins, whose father, David Mullins (pictured below), died earlier this […]

Continue reading
THOROUGHBRED TIMES RIP OFF

I felt a little angst when a friend called Monday night to say that “someone at the Thoroughbred Times is reading the Paulick Report, because they ripped off your story about past-posting on a race from Philadelphia Park and didn’t give you any credit.”   I was in the middle of a dinner celebrating my […]

Continue reading
THE ODD COUPLE

He is our Felix Unger, almost compulsive in his quest to clean things up in an industry that has more than a few problems. He is Mr. Clean without the earring, standing proudly with arms crossed, a slight smile on his face showing his sense of accomplishment. He is a friend of politicians, a mover […]

Continue reading
Twitter Twitter
Paulick Report on Instagram