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Breeders’ Cup Announces Three Promotions In Leadership Team

Following approval from its Board of Directors, the Breeders’ Cup announced today three senior staff management promotions. Dora Delgado has been promoted to the position of Executive Vice President, Racing and Nominations, Drew Fleming has been promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, and Justin McDonald has been promoted to Senior Vice President […]

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Buenos Aires’ Carlos Pellegrini Added To Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series

The Breeders’ Cup, in conjunction with Hipodromo San Isidro, has announced that next month’s Gran Premio International Carlos Pellegrini (G1), South America’s most prestigious race, will be the first qualifying “Win and You’re In” event of the 2019 Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series. The Breeders’ Cup Challenge is an international series of stakes races whose winners […]

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Breeders’ Cup: 289 Horses Before And After Competition, All Results Negative

Breeders’ Cup completed an extensive out of competition pre- and post-race testing program at this year’s Breeders’ Cup World Championships Churchill Downs, Nov. 2-3, which included the testing of 289 horses. Breeders’ Cup has taken a leadership position in out of competition testing and this year the organization continued its expansion of its most comprehensive […]

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Ahora Son 14: La Breeders’ Cup Añade La Juvenile Turf Sprint A Su Programa

Breeders’ Cup anunció la promoción de la Juvenile Turf Sprint al programa de las carreras de campeonato de la Breeders’ Cup. La Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Sprint será ahora parte de las jornadas de este año, a celebrarse los días 2 y 3 de Noviembre en Churchill Downs, en Louisville, y tendrá un premio global de […]

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Breeders’ Cup Rectifica Y Mantiene El Status De “Win And You’re In” Al Dixiana Bourbon S.

Una especie de controversia surgió alrededor de la disputa del Dixiana Bourbon S. (G3, $250,000), corrido el domingo 8 en Keeneland. La carrera para dosañeros en 1700 metros era parte del programa “Win and You’re In” de la Breeders’ Cup, por lo que en este caso el ganador tendría su participación asegurada en la Breeders’ […]

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Breeders’ Cup Out-Of-Competition Testing Covers 60 Percent Of This Year’s Runners

Nearly 60 percent of this year’s Breeders’ Cup runners have been tested as part of the event’s out-of-competition testing (OOCT) program. According to figures provided to the media Thursday, all horses winning Breeders’ Cup Challenge races, plus a smattering of additional likely contenders, were tested in the weeks and months leading up to Breeders’ Cup. […]

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Arc Proves Japan A Rich New Frontier For International Simulcasting

Horse racing fans in Japan bet approximately $40 million on Sunday’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe from France in Japan’s first imported simulcast since a new law went into effect this year. That bodes well for the upcoming Breeders’ Cup and, possibly, the 2017 Kentucky Derby. According to Paulick Report features editor Natalie Voss, who […]

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The Breeders’ Cup Forum: Behind the BC Vet Panel

A staple of the Breeders’ Cup championships for the last 18 years has been a special team of veterinarians who keep a close eye on all equine participants – during morning training, in the stable area, and on the track prior to their race. At the 2010 event at Churchill Downs, the effectiveness of that […]

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FOR BREEDERS’ CUP, IT’S AN ONLINE WORLD

By Ray Paulick Discounted online foal nominations for the Breeders’ Cup program, running well ahead of last year’s numbers as the Aug. 1 early deadline approaches, is just one part of the organization’s overall strategy to improve online services for breeders and owners, said Dora Delgado, senior vice president of racing and nominations. Delgado […]

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DISCOUNT HELPS PACE BREEDERS’ CUP NOMINATIONS BEFORE AUG. 1 EARLY DEADLINE

By Ray Paulick A new early-bird online nomination discount for the Breeders’ Cup program has proven to be a popular option for breeders who are looking to nominate their foals in time to have them listed as Breeders’ Cup eligible in November sale catalogues and get a $100 reduction off the regular $500 nomination fee. […]

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