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Cruce Entre Campeones: Songbird Sería Servida Por Arrogate En 2018

De acuerdo a un reportaje publicado en Thoroughbred Daily News, la campeona Songbird (Medaglia d’Oro) sería servida por el campeón y Caballo del Año 2016 Arrogate durante la temporada de monta de 2018. Mandy Pope, quien adquirió a Songbird el pasado 6 de Noviembre en la subasta selecta de Fasig-Tipton por $9,500,000, dio la noticia. […]

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Lucas Marquardt Wins Third Annual Stan Bergstein Writing Award

Team Valor International today honored writer Lucas Marquardt with the third annual Stan Bergstein Writing Award for his story in the Thoroughbred Daily News magazine on the introduction and growing departure of synthetic racetracks in the United States. At a luncheon at the Thoroughbred Club of America in Lexington, Team Valor founder and CEO Barry […]

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Finley’s ‘Impact of Drugs in Racing’ Nominated for Stan Bergstein Writing Award

Clear ties between permissive raceday medication in American Thoroughbred racing and a major decline in average starts per horse are examined in a Thoroughbred Daily News column by Bill Finley that Team Valor has nominated for the Stan Bergstein Writing Award. In “Drugs = Fewer Starts = Less Money For the Owner,” Finley cites a […]

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Industry Newsletter Called ‘Overtly Racist’ Over Ethnic Slur

Ada Limon, an accomplished poet and author and lifelong racing fan, has written a commentary in Thoroughbred Daily News attacking the “Indian Charlie” newsletter, published by Ed Musselman, as “overtly racist.” The commentary comes days after Musselman, in an apparent attempt at humor, wrote this about how trainers can avoid being the target of undercover […]

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Stories from TDN Series Nominated for Bergstein Writing Award

Team Valor International has nominated all 6 stories from a Thoroughbred Daily News series on drugs in horse racing for the Stan Bergstein Writing Award. Bill Finley, Ryan Goldberg and Lucas Marquardt each wrote installments in the series “A Painful Truth,” which began on May 2 and wrapped up on June 22. Team Valor CEO […]

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ROB WHITELEY SEARCHING FOR MASTER PLAN

Breeder and commercial consignor Rob Whiteley, like many of us, is deeply concerned about the current state and future of the Thoroughbred racing and breeding industry. Whiteley, formerly longtime adviser to corporate raider Carl Icahn and manager of his Foxfield operation, penned the following commentary, “In Search of a Master Plan, initially published last week […]

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BROADBENT: A TOUGH, BRILLIANT VISIONARY

By Ray Paulick The first time I met Richard F. “Dick” Broadbent III, I’ll have to admit that he scared the hell out of me. It was March of 1988, and I had just moved from a cozy job at Daily Racing Form in Los Angeles to Lexington, Ky., to become managing editor of the […]

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BRADLEY WEISBORD NAMED TO KEY POST WITH BANKRUPT ZAYAT STABLES

This rumor, making the rounds for a few weeks, was confirmed in a press release and reported today at Bloodhorse.com: Bradley Weisbord, son of the bloodstock investor/adviser and Thoroughbred Daily News publisher Barry Weisbord, has been named finance and stallion general manager for Ahmed Zayat’s Zayat Stables, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy recently after […]

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PAULICK REPORT FORUM brought to you by THE BREEDERS’ CUP: CHANGE CAN DO US GOOD

  We are pleased to introduce a new weekly feature today, the Paulick Report Forum brought to you by Breeders’ Cup. Every Wednesday, we’ll talk with a Thoroughbred industry player about the game we all love, trying to get a better understanding of where we’ve been and where we may be headed. One thing I’ve […]

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