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AMERICAN GRADED STAKES STANDINGS brought to you by Keeneland: BREEDING DOWN THE TRAIL

By Ray Paulick Gulf Coast Farms, the Florida-based operation of veterinarian Jerry Bailey and Utah horseman Lance Robinson, is known more for its pinhooking of yearlings to 2-year-old sales than for breeding. However, 10 weeks into the 2010 racing season, Gulf Coast is one of two breeders in North America to be represented by a […]

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MISSING: COMMON SENSE

By Ray PaulickAn article here last week on how probable North American 2-year-old male champion Lookin at Lucky was overlooked at the 2008 Keeneland September yearling sale because his radiographs were less than perfect brought an interesting response from a former California-based trainer now plying his trade in the bloodstock world of Argentina. If you didn’t see […]

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WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM HIS FRIENDS

By Ray Paulick What do jockey Martin Pedroza and quarterback Brett Favre have in common? Critics in horse racing and the National Football League say they both did a little favor to help a couple of friends set records in their respective sports. Favre was lambasted in 2002 when it appeared he “took a dive” […]

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AMERICAN GRADED STAKES STANDINGS brought to you by Keeneland: LOOKIN AT A BARGAIN

By Ray Paulick Buyers at the 2008 Keeneland September yearling sale who stopped by the Taylor Made Sales Agency barn to inspect Hip 1738 would have been looking at a bay colt by leading sire Smart Strike out of a young mare bred and raced by William S. Farish in partnership with Temple Webber […]

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GOOD NEWS FRIDAY sponsored by Liberation Farm – HELP FOR DISABLED JOCKEYS

    Do you know an individual or organization who you think we should consider for an upcoming “Good News Friday” feature? Then please e-mail [email protected] with the name of the individual or organization and a brief description of why you think they should be featured. Additionally, we’d like to thank Rob Whiteley and Liberation […]

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HAWLEY STILL A DANDY

By Ray Paulick I’m sure I wasn’t the only one holding his breath when the gates opened for the fourth race Saturday at the Oak Tree Racing Association meeting from Santa Anita. Seven “old” men and one still young woman, all of them Living Legends who have retired from professional race riding, were set to […]

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LIVE BLOGGING FILLY FRIDAY

Ray Paulick will be live blogging Friday afternoon’s Breeders’ Cup World Championships card from Santa Anita beginning around 3:15 p.m. Eastern. To get the latest news on the “Filly Friday” program, including bettings odds and results, along with Ray’s observations and analysis of the ESPN2 telecast (and a scorecard on his own selections), check back frequently […]

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LIVE BLOGGING BREEDERS’ CUP SATURDAY

Ray Paulick will be live blogging Saturday’s Breeders’ Cup World Championships, which begin at 1:10 p.m. Eastern with the first ever running of the 1 1/2-mile Marathon.  Please note that there is a late scratch in that race: Add Heat was withdrawn from the Marathon Saturday morning because of a suspensory injury to his right […]

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INDIAN CHARLIE AUTHOR MUSSELMAN AVID READER OF PAULICK REPORT

By Ray Paulick Ed Musselman, the former Churchill Downs tour guide, groom, jockey agent and trainer who publishes the Indian Charlie newsletter that is distributed during some race meetings and Thoroughbred auctions throughout the United States, has proven to be an avid reader of the Paulick Report, which England’s Pacemaker magazine said in its September issue […]

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