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Fasig-Tipton July: Gross, average lower but median up 20%

A yearling colt by Harlan’s Holiday went for $310,000 Tuesday, topping the Fasig-Tipton July Sale in Lexington.   A filly by Tapit sold for $300,000 as the day’s second-highest price. In total, 191 yearlings were sold for a gross of $13.3 million.  That’s 26% lower than last year’s figure, but the in 2010, the July sale […]

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Hill ‘n’ Dale to sponsor Monmouth race, award stallion seasons

Press Release Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms has teamed with Monmouth Park to sponsor the Jersey Shore’s biggest race for fillies and mares, the Grade 2, $250,000 Molly Pitcher Stakes.      The Hill ‘n’ Dale Molly Pitcher will be renewed for the 66th time on Sunday, Aug. 28, and will for the first time feature […]

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USC Hoops Coach No Midnight Lute

Paul Weitman, co-owner of champions Midnight Lute and Lookin at Lucky, has been identified in published reports as the University of Arizona booster who was involved in a Thursday night altercation with University of Southern California basketball coach Kevin O’Neill in a hotel lobby near the Staples Center in Los Angeles, where the PAC-10 basketball […]

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The Lane’s End Weekender Pedigree: Switch

Few farms have an international reputation equal to that of Calumet Farm, now owned by the de Kwiatkowski family, and the historic Thoroughbred nursery with the picturesque white fences just outside Lexington added another Grade 1 winner on Sunday when the Quiet American filly Switch won the La Brea Stakes on the opening-day card at […]

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PAULICK REPORT FORUM brought to you by Breeders’ Cup: PEGRAM UNPLUGGED PART 2

By Ray Paulick There is a serious side to Thoroughbred owner Mike Pegram, especially when he talks about the current state and future of the racing industry. Pegram’s success in the sport has been well documented through such stars as Thirty Slews, Real Quiet, Silverbulletday, Captain Steve, Pussycat Doll, Midnight Lute, and this year’s Preakness […]

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FEARLESS ECLIPSE PREDICTIONS

By Ray Paulick There are many questions to be answered at tonight’s Eclipse Awards from Miami Beach, Fla. (from which I’ll be dutifully live blogging starting sometime after the 5:30 p.m. cocktail hour begins and before TVG goes on the air with its 7 p.m. coverage). Who will get the crown as 2008 Horse of […]

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PAULICK’S SATURDAY PICKS: A BIG DAY FOR THE EUROS

By Ray Paulick Top to bottom, this may not be the most talented group of Breeders’ Cup horses that’s ever been assembled, but it’s the biggest handicapping challenge I can ever recall, especially considering new races like the Marathon, Turf Sprint, Dirt Mile and Juvenile Turf. As mentioned yesterday, the Breeders’ Cup Web site has […]

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