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Golden Gate’s El Camino Real Derby Winner To Get Free Berth In Preakness

For the first time ever, the El Camino Real Derby, Golden Gate Fields’ premier race for 3-year-olds and to be run on Feb. 16, will provide the winner with an automatic, all expenses paid berth in the middle jewel of racing’s Triple Crown, the Grade I, $1.5 million Preakness Stakes on May 18 at Pimlico […]

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Keeneland November: Gross Up 46 Percent In Session Six, Cumulative Totals Improving

Competition for quality horses fueled substantial increases in gross sales and average and median prices during Sunday’s sixth session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, led by the $260,000 paid by Xavier International Bloodstock, agent, for the graded stakes-placed mare Aqua Regia in foal to Dialed In. On Sunday, the second of two sessions in Book 3, […]

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Jeff Lukas, Son Of Hall Of Fame Trainer, Dies At 58

Jeff Lukas, the only child of trainer D. Wayne Lukas, has died at age 58, according to the Daily Racing Form. Jeff Lukas suffered a debilitating accident in 1993 when he was run over by the horse Tabasco Cat while working as assistant to his father in Santa Anita’s barn area. The DRF reported that […]

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Pioneerof The Nile Filly Fastest At OBS Winter Mixed Sale’s Under Tack Show

Hip No. 556, a filly by Pioneerof the Nile consigned by McKathan Bros., Agent, sped three eighths in :32 4/5 to post the fastest work at the distance at the Under Tack Show for the Horses of Racing Age section of the Ocala Breeders’ Sales Company’s 2016 Winter Mixed Sale. The unraced dark bay or […]

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Virginia owner/breeder David Reynolds dies at 96

Virginia owner/breeder David P. Reynolds died Monday in Richmond at the age of 96, the Virginia Thoroughbred Blog reported.  In addition to leading the Reynolds Metals Co. for many years, Reynolds also owned and bred Thoroughbreds, including 1994 Preakness and Belmont winner Tabasco Cat.  He also owned and bred Lord Carson, a top sprinter who […]

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Grade I winner Snow Ridge to stand in Texas

A grade 1 winning son of Tabasco Cat, Snow Ridge has been relocated to stand at Bradford Thoroughbred Farm near Palestine, Texas. Formerly standing in Pennsylvania, he will stand for a $2,500 fee.

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Keeneland presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Leading Broodmare Sires

Throughout the course of the year, the Keeneland presents Amercan Graded Stakes Standings at the Paulick Report keeps track of numerous categories, from leading sires of AGS winners to owners, breeders, sale companies, consignors, and jockeys. Because the mare population comes from such a large and diverse group of broodmare sires, we don’t include that […]

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LANE’S END brings you THE WEEKENDER PEDIGREE: ICE BOX

By Frank Mitchell Since his dramatic run from far back in the 10-furlong Kentucky Derby to grab second behind classic winner Super Saver, the Pulpit colt Ice Box has been considered a super play for the 12-furlong Belmont Stakes. That daring manner of charging home from far back had helped the colt claim […]

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PAULICK REPORT FORUM brought to you by Breeders’ Cup: LUKAS — LESSONS LEARNED AND A CALL FOR CHANGE

By Ray Paulick With less than two weeks to go before the Kentucky Derby, D. Wayne Lukas is in his element. With television, newspaper, magazine and website reporters arriving each day at Churchill Downs, the Hall of Fame trainer will soon be spinning tales of his career in racing, and in particular his successes in […]

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