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INQUIRY Presented By Iowa Thoroughbred Breeders And Owners Association: Who Has Taught You The Most About The Thoroughbred Industry?

To get anywhere in the Thoroughbred industry, one needs a mentor – often several. In this edition of INQUIRY, members of the bloodstock realm pay homage to the people that helped them navigate this complicated business early in their careers by posing the question, “Who has taught you the most about the Thoroughbred industry?” Seth […]

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INQUIRY Presented By Iowa Thoroughbred Breeders And Owners Association: Rising Stars In The Industry

The Thoroughbred industry is one that’s both aching for a generation of younger hands to take the wheel, and one full of young people in the barns who could one day fill the board rooms and winner’s circles of racing’s future. In this edition of INQUIRY, we asked participants in the bloodstock realm to identify […]

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INQUIRY Presented By Iowa Thoroughbred Breeders And Owners Association: I Can’t Start The Sale Without…

Whether it’s a single-day sprint or a two-week marathon, it takes a lot to get through a Thoroughbred auction. Every veteran member of the bloodstock industry has their own rituals and habits to kick-start long days of showing, selling, and buying, and sustain that energy until their last horse goes through the ring. In this […]

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PR Special Fasig-Tipton November Sale: Previewing The Breeding Season With A Look Back

One of the biggest days of trade on the Thoroughbred auction calendar is about to take place at the Fasig-Tipton November Sale, and the Paulick Report is on the grounds once again with a jam-packed edition of the┬áPR┬áSpecial. In this issue, bloodstock editor Joe Nevills looks ahead to the breeding season with a look back […]

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INQUIRY Presented By Iowa Thoroughbred Breeders And Owners Association: Who Was Your First Favorite Racehorse?

Welcome to the inaugural edition of INQUIRY, the segment where readers learn more about Thoroughbred industry members one question at a time. Sometimes the questions are serious, sometimes they’re not, but the answers are always interesting. To kick off the series, we examine the horses that captured the imaginations of Thoroughbred industry members, and ask […]

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‘Oh Come On, Really’: Saez’ Deleted Tweet Takes Issue With Stewards’ Decision

A Tweet with an inflammatory comment from the Twitter account of Luis Saez, jockey aboard the disqualified Kentucky Derby first-place finisher Maximum Security, was briefly posted on Twitter after Saturday’s Run for the Roses. The Tweet pointed to the second race at Churchill Downs on May 1 as a similar incident to that which occurred […]

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Tacitus Proves His Mettle In Wood Memorial

Juddmonte homebred Tacitus put in a big effort in Saturday’s G2 Wood Memorial, out-finishing Withers winner Tax down the lane to win by 1 1/4 lengths. Favored at 5-2 in the field of 11 sophomores off his triumph in the Tampa Bay Derby, the Tapit colt completed nine furlongs over Aqueduct’s main track in 1:51.23. […]

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Trainer Weir Charged By Racing Victoria, All Entrants Scratched Through Monday

The Victoria Police’s Sporting Integrity Intelligence Unit found four electrical shocking devices in early morning raids Wednesday on the stables of leading Australian trainer Darren Weir, and on Friday the trainer and two of his assistants were charged by Racing Victoria stewards. Weir is best known as conditioner of 2015 Melbourne Cup winner Prince of […]

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Giza Goddess Survives Inquiry To Win Blue Norther

A romping one mile turf maiden winner in her most recent start, Giza Goddess faced stiffer competition under similar conditions and responded with a gutty half length win while surviving a stewards’ inquiry to take Sunday’s $75,000 Blue Norther Stakes at Santa Anita. Ridden by Brice Blanc and trained by John Shirreffs, the 2-year-old daughter […]

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Stradivarius Remains Perfect In 2018 With Dramatic British Champions Stakes Triumph

Stradivarius squeezed through the smallest of gaps on the home turn for a dramatic fifth win from five starts this year in the G2 Qipco British Champions Stakes at Ascot on Saturday. Trainer John Gosden admitted afterwards that the participation of a colt he described as “fabulous” had been “touch and go” owing to unsuitably […]

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