California Chrome

Chrome’s Brother Faversham Takes Aim At Monday’s California Cup Derby

California Chrome’s full brother, the maiden Faversham, goes from his first start at six furlongs on Jan. 15 to Monday’s co-feature, the $200,000 California Cup Derby at 1 1/16 miles at Santa Anita Park. The chestnut ridgling, a son of Lucky Pulpit-Love the Chase, closed from eighth and last after a slow start to finish second by a length-and-a-quarter […]

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Chrome’s Brother Faversham ‘Smoldered’ In Work For Cal Cup Derby

Faversham, a full brother to two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome, worked five furlongs early Saturday morning in 1:01.20 for the $200,000 California Cup Derby at a mile and one-sixteenth on Presidents Day, Monday, Feb. 19 at Santa Anita. The chestnut ridgling by Lucky Pulpit-Love the Chase was ridden by Stewart Elliott, winner of the 2004 Kentucky […]

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Final Foal By Lucky Pulpit Born At Harris Farm In California

Lucky Pulpit’s only foal of 2018, and the final foal by the stallion, arrived at 8:35 p.m. on Jan. 31 at John Harris’ Harris Farm near Coalinga, California. The bay colt is out of the winning mare, Mother Luck (Street Sense x Alishir’s World). Mother Luck is a half-sister to multiple stakes winner and G1 […]

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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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It’s A Boy! Two-Time Horse Of The Year California Chrome Officially A Father

California Chrome has officially become a father, reports Taylor Made Farm’s Twitter account. The two-time Horse of the Year’s first foal is a colt out of the multiple stakes-winning Ohio-bred millionaire Pay the Man (Bernstein), born Saturday night at Calumet Farm. Fan-favorite California Chrome (Lucky Pulpit – Love the Chase, by Not For Love) was […]

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Full Brother To California Chrome Eyeing Cal Cup Derby

It might too late for Faversham to follow in the Triple Crown footsteps of his accomplished full brother, California Chrome–his late racing debut put a dash in those hopes–but the three-year-old ridgling who ran a promising second in his first start last Monday at Santa Anita could still have a bright future ahead of him. […]

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PR Special Keeneland January: Young Sire First Foals

Today, the Paulick Report offers a second print edition available here and on the grounds at Keeneland, where the January Horses of All Ages Sale continues. In this edition of the PR Special, Natalie Voss resumes her look at medication in racing from the British perspective. Frank Mitchell turns the Stallion Spotlight on the young […]

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CHRB Confirms 46 Horses Died In San Luis Rey Downs Fire

The California Horse Racing Board has confirmed that 46 horses perished on Thursday when the Lilac Fire destroyed nearly half the barns at the San Luis Rey Downs training center, according to bloodhorse.com. A small number of horses believed to have broken through a fence are still unaccounted for. Approximately 360 Thoroughbreds from San Luis Rey […]

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California Chrome, Football Great Ray Lewis Embroiled In Lawsuit Over Pegasus World Cup/Bourbon Sponsorship

Former NFL linebacker Ray Lewis has been named in a lawsuit filed by an advertising agency representing two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome. According to a report at MSN.com, the lawsuit was filed by the Leverage Agency, a company that sells sponsorships at major sporting events. The company is suing Lewis and the makers […]

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Ya Está Abierta La Votación Para El Premio Vox Populi 2017: Arrogate, Lady Eli Y Songbird Entre Los Finalistas

Ya está abierta la votación en línea para seleccionar al octavo ganador del premio Secretariat Vox Populi Award. Creado por la desaparecida propietaria de Secretariat, Penny Chenery, el premio Vox Populi, o “Voz del Pueblo” es un reconocimiento al purasangre cuya popularidad y excelencia en las pistas haya tenido mayor resonancia en el público, y […]

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