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Gainesway raises fees for Tapit and Afleet Alex, lowers others

Gainesway Farm announces that successful stallions Tapit and Afleet Alex will see their stud fees raised. Tapit will move from $50,000 to $80,000 and Afleet Alex will show an increase from $15,000 to $25,000. All other Gainesway stallions will have their fees dropped.

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Son of Tapit, Concord Point, to Stand at Hill ‘n’ Dale Next Year

PRESS RELEASE   Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms announced today that Concord Point, Tapit’s leading money earning colt in North America, will retire from racing and stand the 2011 breeding season at the farm in Lexington, Kentucky.   A multiple graded stakes-winning track record setter, Concord Point sold as a yearling for $220,000 and was Tapit’s […]

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AMERICAN GRADED STAKES STANDINGS brought to you by Keeneland – IT’S A.P. INDY’S WORLD…

  By Ray Paulick In the sale ring, on the racetrack and in the breeding shed, A.P. Indy has been a star. The son of Seattle Slew topped the 1990 Keeneland July yearling sale when he sold for $2.9 million. He was the champion 3-year-old and Horse of the Year in 1992, his victories including […]

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WEEKEND STAKES: WHERE TO WATCH brought to you by KBC Horse Supplies

Three-year-old fillies are in the racing spotlight this weekend, with Grade 1 action on both coasts featured in Saturday telecasts. First up will be the 129th running of the Alabama Stakes from Saratoga, where the absence of divisional leader Rachel Alexandra makes for an interesting contest and a very good betting race. […]

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AMERICAN GRADED STAKES brought to you by Keeneland – RACHEL’S DOMINATION

By Ray Paulick How good is Rachel Alexandra? There are several ways to marvel at her extraordinary ability. To the naked eye, she is an impressive combination of grace and power that is seldom seem, her long, smooth strides simply too much for her overmatched competitors to keep up with. To followers of […]

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PAULICK’S PICKS – FILLY FRIDAY

By Ray Paulick Cash in a couple of T-bills and get ready to make some serious, if not totally sound, investments on this weekend’s Breeders’ Cup World Championships. You’re sure to at least have some fun, which is more than you’ve had watching the Dow Jones Industrial Average the last several weeks. The […]

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RESULTS FROM BIG BREEDERS’ CUP PREP RACES

By Ray Paulick Curlin passed Cigar to become North America’s all-time earnings leader and first $10-million horse with his second consecutive victory in the $750,000 Jockey Club Gold Cup on a sloppy Belmont Park track on Saturday afternoon. Ridden by Robby Albarado, Curlin raced in midpack early as Wanderin Boy set the pace under Alan Garcia — […]

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MONDAY MORNING QUARTERBACK: HIALEAH BACK TO HIBERNATION

By Ray Paulick Well, it was fun while it lasted, this dream of someday returning to Hialeah Park to enjoy horse racing in its most beautiful setting. Since making my first trip there in 1988, when the South Florida track already was in severe decline, I’ve held out hope that someone, somehow could restore it […]

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