horse racing medication

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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PR Special Keeneland January: American Pharoah’s First Yearlings

The Paulick Report in once again pleased to offer a special print publication available here and on the grounds at the Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale in Lexington, Ky. In this edition of the PR Special, Natalie Voss shares attitudes and perspectives from trainers in Great Britain about the use of medication. Frank […]

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The Friday Show Presented By Cal Racing Cares: Integrity Of The Sport?

It seems to be an annual query for the Thoroughbred racing industry as the current year wanes — what is the top priority for next year? In a recent poll at the Paulick Report, readers gave a fairly definitive answer: Integrity. The question is, what exactly does that mean? In this edition of The Friday […]

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The Friday Show: Back To Congress, Belmont Shrinking?

A pair of Congressmen reintroduced the Horseracing Integrity Act this week, a bill designed to implement uniform oversight of medication in horse racing. This is the second iteration of the bill, and there are two important changes to this version, which could impact its support and chance of passing. In this edition of The Friday […]

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What Good Is A Model Rule In Horse Racing If No One Follows It?

Imagine, for a minute, that the rules governing the National Football League were developed the same way as horse racing regulations. During an annual meeting, personnel from the NFL league office would discuss and approve “model rules” for the game, then team owners around the league would be encouraged – but not required – to adopt them. […]

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Taking My Money Elsewhere: California Gets It Wrong On Lasix

I’m not what anyone would refer to as a “major player” when it comes to betting on horses. I cut my teeth at the Chicago area tracks in the late 1970s, then spent eight years in Southern California while working as a handicapper and editor in the Los Angeles offices of Daily Racing Form. I […]

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PR Special: Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Sale Day 1

The Paulick Report is pleased to offer a special print edition for the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Sale, which begins Monday night in Saratoga Springs, NY. In this edition of the PR Special, Ray looks at the forces aligning over legislation that would institute federal oversight of medication in racing. Natalie Voss examines research into how Thoroughbred foals grow and […]

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The Friday Show: Strange Bedfellows, Pharoah Vs LeBron?

It didn’t make many waves when it was announced a while back, but some folks in the racing biz have started asking why the Jockey Club and Breeders’ Cup are joining with a high-profile animal welfare group in a push for national oversight of medication in racing. In this edition of The Friday Show, Scott […]

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RMTC: Cobalt Data Analysis Has Been Problematic

The following is a response to a column by Ray Paulick earlier this week concerning the approval of a threshold level for cobalt by the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium: The Paulick Report recently reported on the alleged slow progress that was made by RMTC and the horseracing industry on the issue of cobalt regulation.  In […]

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Keeneland Not Expecting Lasix-Free Race Proposal For 2015

Keeneland President and CEO Bill Thomason expressed support Friday for a Kentucky proposal that would allow racetracks to card races prohibiting the use of Lasix. But Thomason’s brief statement suggested the regulation would likely have no impact on the 2015 Breeders’ Cup at Keeneland in late October. “Keeneland supports the proposed regulation to be considered March 23 by a committee of the […]

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