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The Friday Show Presented By Woodbine Racetrack: Changing Of The Crown?

Only one horse ran in all three legs of the Triple Crown this year, which has prompted the seemingly annual discussion about whether it’s time to make changes to the timing of the races, offer incentives or make other tweaks. In this edition of The Friday Show presented by Woodbine Racetrack, Scott Jagow and Ray […]

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NBC Sports Network Televising Wood Memorial, Blue Grass, Santa Anita Derby

NBCSN presents live horse racing Saturday, April 9, at 5 p.m. EDT, with coverage of the Wood Memorial, Blue Grass Stakes, and Santa Anita Derby. The winner of each race receives 100 points, enough to guarantee a spot in the gate for the Kentucky Derby, May 7 on NBC. Saturday will mark NBC Sports Group’s […]

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Change In Beyer Speed Figures: Turf ‘Comparable’ To Dirt

Generally speaking, a race run on the turf in the United States will produce a lower Beyer speed figure than one run on the dirt.  But that is about to change, according to founder Andy Beyer.  He writes in the Daily Racing Form that “most classes of grass races now appear comparable in quality to […]

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Paulick Report Writers Earn Half of Eight Stan Bergstein Award Nominations

Following the annual deadline for eligible stories, Team Valor has turned eight nominations over to a panel of judges to select a winner of the $25,000 Stan Bergstein Writing Award for 2015. Any story about horse racing in North America was eligible if it was published in print or online between November 2, 2014 and […]

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‘Betting The Breeders’ Cup’ Seminar To Benefit PDJF, Other Charities

True horseplayers and handicappers at the “Betting the Breeders’ Cup” event Tuesday night at the Grand Reserve in Lexington will rely on statistics, times, facts and professional advice; if there’s one sentimental play in this year’s Cup races, though, it may well be the top notch sprinter Private Zone, owned in part by former jockey Rene […]

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NBC Travers Telecast To Include Forego, Sword Dancer

American Pharoah, Thoroughbred racing’s 12th Triple Crown winner, is set to return to the track this Saturday, August 29, at Saratoga Race Course in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.,  in the $1.6 million Travers Stakes for 3-year-olds at 4 p.m. ET on NBC. The 146th running of the Travers is the highlight of an outstanding two-hour program […]

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In The Gate: On-Track Experience ‘The Lifeblood’ Of Racing

In the latest edition of ESPN’s “In The Gate” podcast, Barry Abrams discusses the appeal of being at a track in person rather than watching through simulcast or online feeds. Abrams talks to Paul Roberts, co-author of a book called Race Course Architecture about the differences between racetracks and other sporting venues. They also talk […]

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‘Tears Of Joy’: NBC Team Reflects On First Triple Crown In 37 Years

Two days after American Pharoah broke the Triple Crown spell, NBC anchors and staff members admitted that of all the great sports moments they’ve seen in their careers, last weekend’s Belmont is at the top of many of their lists. In the group that included analysts Bob Costas, Tom Hammond, Randy Moss, Jerry Bailey, Eddie […]

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Breeders’ Cup, NBC Sports Teaming Up On 10 ‘Win And You’re In’ Telecasts

The Breeders’ Cup and NBC Sports Group today announced the 2015 Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series: Win and You’re In” television schedule featuring 18 of the best Challenge races leading to the World Championships from top racetracks across the United States. All races will be broadcast by NBC Sports Group and will be supported by an […]

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Donna Brothers Honored by Sports Illustrated as Year’s ‘Best Sideline Reporter’

NBC’s Donna Brothers was named 2014’s “Best Sideline Reporter” in a column by Sports Illustrated‘s Richard Deitsch honoring notable members of sports media this year. Deitsch mentions Brothers’ coverage of this year’s Breeders’ Cup Classic, when she promptly spoke with winning jockey Martin Garcia, offering viewers more insight into a controversial start of the race. […]

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