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Lane’s End To Host Stallion Season Auction And Open House

Lane’s End Farm will be hosting a stallion season auction & open house to coincide with the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Mixed Sale. Breeders can submit bids for stallion seasons to all Lane’s End stallions. The Open House will take place from Saturday Feb. 6 through Tuesday Feb. 9. Guests will be able to view stallions at the […]

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Cast Your Vote: NTRA Opens ‘Moment Of The Year’ Voting On Twitter

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) will conduct voting for the 2015 NTRA Moment of the Year via Twitter from now through January 3, 2016. Fans may cast their votes by tweeting at the NTRA’s official Twitter handle, @NTRA, using one of the designated hashtags listed below, or retweeting someone else’s vote. Fans can choose […]

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Lane’s End Announces Stud Fees; Honor Code, Liam’s Map New For 2016

Multiple Grade 1 winners Honor Code and Liam’s Map will be joining the stallion roster for 2016 at Lane’s End Farm, as the farm released its list of stud fees for the upcoming season. Honor Code, winner of both the G1 Met Mile and G1 Whitney, will enter stud at $40,000. Liam’s Map, who captured […]

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NTRA’s Final Top Thoroughbred Poll: Pharoah Unanimous

Winning by six and a half lengths in the Breeders’ Cup Classic this past Saturday at Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Ky., American Pharoah is the first Thoroughbred to win what has been coined the “grand-slam” of Thoroughbred racing having captured the Triple Crown and the Breeders’ Cup Classic, a triumph that belongs to him […]

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Classic Contenders Regroup After Saturday’s Race

Here’s a Sunday update on some of the Classic finishers, courtesy of the Breeders’ Cup notes team: Effinex: The James Jerkens-trained Effinex was reported to have come out of his second-place finish behind Triple Crown champion American Pharoah in fine shape Sunday morning. The 4-year-old son of Mineshaft, who finished 6 ½ lengths behind American […]

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Equibase Analysis: Why Pharoah Won’t Win The Classic

The 32nd edition of the Grade 1, $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic is the first to be run at historic Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Ky. It is also the first to be run in a year Thoroughbred racing has seen a Triple Crown winner. Leading the field of 10 is this year’s Kentucky Derby, […]

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Absorbine Presents Eric Kalet’s Breeders’ Cup Photo Blog: Braving The Elements

The Paulick Report welcomes back photographer Eric Kalet as he shares his unique perspective on-site at the track in the days leading up to the Breeders’ Cup World Championships. Each day, we’ll see through Eric’s eyes the preparations, festivities, and important moments as the connections of some of the top horses in the world prepare for races […]

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BC Classic Notes: ‘All Systems Go’ For Pharoah

It was “all systems go” on Tuesday morning for the Triple Crown winner and his connections as they were in transit from Southern California to Lexington and on schedule for American Pharoah’s final race in the Breeders’ Cup Classic. Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert was on a commercial flight while the Zayat Stables homebred […]

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McGaughey ‘Couldn’t Be Happier’ With Honor Code’s Final Classic Work

Multiple Grade 1 winner Honor Code turned in his final breeze for the Grade 1, $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic early Sunday morning at Belmont Park, going four furlongs in 48 seconds under the cover of darkness on the main track. “He did very well, everything is very good with him,” said Honor Code’s trainer, […]

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