Mark Reid

Please Flatter Me Holds Firm In Alma North Stakes

Heider Family Stables, Madaket Stables and Doheny Racing Stable’s Please Flatter Me got back on the winning track Sunday at Laurel Park, dueling Never Enough Time into submission and holding off Parisian Diva late in the $100,000 Alma North Stakes. The Alma North for 3-year-old fillies was the first of four $100,000 stakes on a […]

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American Pharoah Colt Born On Live Web Cam At Pennsylvania’s Walnut Green Farm

Mark Reid, owner of Walnut Green Farm 40 miles west of Philadelphia in Chester County, Pennsylvania, planned to capture at least some of that same excitement with a webcam that follows the birth of a foal to one of the most famous stallions in horse racing history. That legendary sire is American Pharoah, who captured […]

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Busher: Please Flatter Me ‘Training Phenomenally,’ ‘Versatile’ Oxy Lady Seeks Rebound

Please Flatter Me remains on target for the $250,000 Busher Invitational on Gotham Day March 9, as trainer Mark Reid said the undefeated Munnings filly remains scheduled for one final workout at Pimlico before shipping to Aqueduct Racetrack. After starting her career 3-for-3, including a 5 ¾-length win in the seven-furlong Gin Talking last out […]

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PR Special Keeneland September: A Shining ‘Light’ From Book 3

The Keeneland September Yearling Sale rolls into Book 3 Monday following two strong weekend sessions of Book 2, and the Paulick Report is pleased to offer a print newsletter, the PR Special, available both here and on the Keeneland Association grounds in Lexington, Ky. Daily sessions of the September sale, which continues through Sept. 23, […]

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Breeders’ Cup Presents Connections: Apprentice Castrenze Scores With First Four Mounts

“It’s supposed to take you a long time to win five races, so that you get experience before you start being a bug rider,” said Ashley Castrenze. The 19-year-old freshly-minted jockey is already almost there; she’s ridden five races thus far and was victorious in the first four, finishing third in her fifth start. Yet […]

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$710,000 Quality Road Colt Paces Keeneland Sunday Session

A colt by Quality Road sold for $710,000 to lead the Sunday session of Keeneland’s September Yearling Sale in Lexington, Ky. Mark Reid, managing partner for Walnut Green, purchased the session-topper, Hip 1814, who is out of the Dehere mare Paris Notion and a half-brother to the stakes-placed Pointsman. Consigned by Lane’s End, agent, the […]

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Reid ‘Got The Itch Again,’ Returning To Training At Delaware Park

A slogan coined years ago states, “Delaware Park is a beautiful place where the big names race.” There is no bigger name in the mid-Atlantic than Mark Reid. The 63-year-old, who has accomplished nearly everything in the racing industry, will have a stable at the historic Stanton-oval for the upcoming 78th season of live racing. “I got the […]

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Experimental Free Handicap Carries Less Weight Than It Used To

There was a time when the publication of weights on the Experimental Free Handicap was a big deal. Owners and breeders pumped up their chests with pride after seeing their horse listed as among the best 2-year-olds of the year. Bloodstock agents pored over the list looking for hidden gems to purchase. Trainers argued over […]

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