Cal Racing Cares

The Friday Show Presented By Cal Racing Cares: Gun Runner’s Place, Jockey Opportunities?

Gun Runner polished off a nearly $16 million racing career last weekend with a victory in the Pegasus World Cup. As he heads off to stud, it’s fair to ask where he might rate in a recent historical perspective. In this edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss Gun Runner’s resume […]

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The Friday Show Presented By Cal Racing Cares: Wild And Crazy Predictions For 2018

‘Tis the season for New Year’s predictions, but it’s always difficult to make accurate ones. Instead, the guys on The Friday Show make prognostications that are unlikely to take place but are fun to discuss. In that spirit, this edition of The Friday Show has Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick looking into their crystal balls […]

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The Friday Show Presented By Cal Racing Cares: What Now For California Racing?

It’s been one of the most devastating weeks one can imagine for horse racing, in particular, California’s equine industry. The massive outpouring of support and assistance in recent days reminds us how tight-knit and collaborative this sport can be. But with the at least temporary loss of stabling at San Luis Rey Downs and tragic […]

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Cal Racing Cares: Website Launched To Raise Awareness Of Industry’s Equine Health & Safety Initiatives

The California Marketing Committee (CMC) launched a new communications program today, Cal Racing Cares (, to increase public awareness of the industry’s comprehensive equine health and safety initiatives. Cal Racing Cares includes a website, video and digital content that detail extensive equine safety and welfare measures, thoroughbred aftercare, training and veterinary policies along with other […]

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View From The Eighth Pole: California Safety Initiative A Model To Follow

Racing in California has a lot of problems. In the last 10 years, Bay Meadows near San Francisco and Hollywood Park near Los Angeles have been closed for development. Land on which most racetracks, farms and training facilities sit is more valuable for other uses, whether residential or business. A 2011 increase in takeout designed […]

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