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11-Year-Old Millionaire Slim Shadey Pensioned To Old Friends

Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement farm based in Georgetown, KY., today welcomed long-time turf hero Slim Shadey. The 11-year-old gelding was pensioned by current owner Michael Hui after a nine-year career. Slim Shadey made his final start on August 2 at Indiana Grand. A two-time graded-stakes winner, Slim Shadey was bred in Great Britain by […]

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Great Stuff Retired To Lovacres Ranch In California

Graded stakes winner Great Stuff has been retired and will stand the 2019 breeding season at Lovacres Ranch in Warner Springs, Calif., for a $5,000 fee, stands and nurses. Great Stuff is the only son of Quality to Road to stand in California. Quality Road was the number-one sire by Grade 1 winners in 2018. […]

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Trainer David Jacobson Retires, Citing Difficulties Operating In New York

David Jacobson, once a leading training in New York who had a string in California in recent years, has decided to retire from racing, according to the Blood-Horse. Jacobson told the Blood-Horse the New York racing business had become “unfeasible” for smaller horsemen. “From management to the racing office—the management all the way to the top is […]

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Paulick Report 7/6 News Minute Presented By Woodbine Racetrack

Catch up on the latest happenings in Thoroughbred racing with the Paulick Report News Minute. In today’s edition, Scott Jagow previews Saturday’s Stars and Stripes card, specifically all the former Kentucky Derby contenders participating. Plus, a lawsuit in California and a trainer on the move there. Watch below.

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Harlan Punch KO’s Iselin Foes At Monmouth Park

Harlan Punch made short work of three rivals in Saturday’s Grade 3 Philip H. Iselin Stakes at Monmouth Park, taking command at the start and never being seriously threatened en route to a 5 1/4-length victory under Joe Bravo. Owned and trained by David Jacobson, the 5-year-old gelded son of Harlan’s Holiday out of Indy […]

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Great Stuff Kicks Clear For Toboggan Score

Bruce Golden Racing’s Great Stuff waited a long time to secure his first stakes win but reached the milestone in impressive fashion, surging in the stretch to post a 2 ½-length score in the 125th edition of the Grade 3, $100,000 Toboggan for 4-year-olds and up on Saturday at Aqueduct Racetrack. Great Stuff, making his […]

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Doyouknowsomething Heads Six In Saturday’s Jazil At Aqueduct

Grade 3-placed Doyouknowsomething will make his second stakes start off the claim in a field of six lined up for the $100,000 Jazil for 4-year-olds and up at 1 1/8 miles, carded as Race 3 on Saturday at Aqueduct Racetrack. After being picked up for an $80,000 tag in November, Doyouknowsomething made his debut for […]

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Santa Anita’s ‘Ship And Stay’ Program Awards Over $8,000 In Bonuses Through Five Race Days

Santa Anita’s newly implemented “Ship & Stay” Program got off to a fast start over the first five days of racing, as the connections of 14 different horses were awarded bonuses totaling $8,432. With Bob Baffert’s Big Gray Rocket leading the way in race five on opening day, Dec. 26, owner/trainer David Jacobson’s Top Brass, […]

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Stallwalkin’ Dude Gets 20th Career Victory Under 134 Pounds In Fall Highweight

Head of Plains Partners and David Jacobson’s Stallwalkin’ Dude overtook Ready for Rye in the stretch and fended off Threefiveindia’s challenge to win the 104th running of the Grade 3, $200,000 Fall Highweight Handicap for 3-year-olds and up Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, at Aqueduct racetrack. The veteran Stallwalkin’ Dude, who made his 59th career start, stayed […]

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