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TRAVERS WINNER AFLEET EXPRESS INJURED, OUT FOR THE YEAR

Travers winner Afleet Express has been taken out of training for the remainder of the year after suffering a slight tear of the suspensory ligament in his left foreleg, trainer Jimmy Jerkens said according to a report in the Daily Racing Form. The injury is not career-threatening and fans can still look forward to a […]

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QUALITY ROAD DERBY STATUS IN QUESTION WITH SECOND QUARTER CRACK

From New York Racing Association Press Office               Quality Road, one of the favorites for the Kentucky Derby, has developed another quarter-crack, putting his status for the May 2 “Run for the Roses” in question.               Trainer Jimmy Jerkens said Friday morning at Belmont Park he first noticed the crack, this one on […]

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QUALITY ROAD GALLOPS; MONDAY WORKOUT DECIDING FACTOR

FROM NEW YORK RACING ASSOCIATION PRESS OFFICE QUALITY ROAD RECEIVES PATCH FOR SECOND QUARTER CRACK     Kentucky Derby hopeful Quality Road returned from a mile and three-quarter gallop on the Belmont Park training track with a tinge of blood from a newly-patched quarter crack, but his connections remain optimistic he will make the May […]

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THOROUGHBRED MEDIA: MAYBE WE CAN BLAME THE MESSENGER

By Ray PaulickWhen launching the Paulick Report last June, I promised readers that we would provide unvarnished coverage of the Thoroughbred industry, reporting on the large reservoir of news left uncovered by the trade magazines and breaking stories other publications avoid. And I believe the fact traffic on the site has more than doubled in […]

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