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California Trainer Gary Sherlock, Trainer Of Intangaroo, Uncle Lino, Dies At 73

Veteran trainer Gary Sherlock, who would have turned 74 on Jan. 1, passed away at an Arcadia, Calif., care facility on Sunday following a lengthy bout with cancer.  The son of a jockey, William, and racing official, Mary, Sherlock was born at 1:12 a.m. on Jan. 1, 1946 in San Francisco, and was thus celebrated […]

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Jump Start, Irish War Cry Lead Northview Stallion Station’s 2019 Roster

Northview Stallion Station has revealed the fees for its 2019 roster, led by veteran sire Jump Start at its Pennsylvania base and newcomer Irish War Cry in Maryland. Northview’s 12-member stallion roster is divided between the operation’s farms in Chesapeake City, Md., and Peach Bottom, Penn. Seven of those stallions reside at the Maryland farm, […]

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First Foal For Stakes Winner Uncle Lino Arrives In Pennsylvania

Uncle Lino, a stakes-winning, grade 1-placed, track-record setter by Uncle Mo, sired his first reported foal Feb. 7, when a filly was born at the Pennsylvania Division of Northview Stallion Station, near Peach Bottom, Pa. Bred by Daniel W. McConnell Sr., a longtime client of Northview, the bay filly is out of Lucky Notion, an […]

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Northview Develops Successful Model

The start of the breeding season is fast approaching, and the scramble is on. Stallion owners need mares for their new stallions. Breeders have a lot of choices when it comes to selecting stallions for their mares. Competition is high. The result? A breeder’s market, as stallion owners have gotten creative, offering a variety of […]

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‘I Will Take This Defeat Like A Champ’: Gutierrez Speaks About Nyquist’s First Loss

Jockey Mario Gutierrez, hounded on social media for his ride aboard Nyquist in Saturday’s Preakness Stakes, released a statement via Instagram on Sunday afternoon. Under apparent instructions from trainer Doug O’Neill, Gutierrez sent Nyquist for the lead, allowing the colt to endure the fastest first quarter ever run in the second leg of the Triple […]

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Absorbine Presents Eric Kalet’s Triple Crown Photo Blog: Greetings From Pimlico

The Paulick Report is excited to have photographer Eric Kalet back in Baltimore this year to share his unique perspective on Preakness week. Each day, we’ll see through Eric’s eyes the preparations, festivities, and important moments leading up to the Black-Eyed Susan and Preakness, and of course, the races themselves. Anticipation for the Preakness really […]

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Preakness Notes: Abiding Star, Awesome Speed Breeze

ABIDING STAR – Stonehedge Farms’ Abiding Star breezed four furlongs in 50.16 seconds Tuesday morning at Parx Racing in anticipation that a quarantine at the Philadelphia-area track would be lifted later in the day. “Abiding Star just ran two weeks ago, so all I needed to do was blow him out a little bit,” trainer […]

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Preakness Notes: Nyquist Visits Starting Gate, Schools In Paddock

Reddam Racing LLC’s Nyquist jogged two miles at Pimlico Race Course Monday morning, taking a break between circuits of the racetrack to school in the paddock in preparation for a highly anticipated start in Saturday’s 141st Preakness Stakes (G1). The Kentucky Derby (G1) winner walked nonchalantly in the paddock under exercise rider Jonny Garcia, stopping […]

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Preakness Notes: Lani ‘Stretches Out’ In Half-Mile Breeze

LANI – Koji Maeda’s Lani turned in a leisurely, unofficial half-mile work of approximately 50 seconds at Belmont Park Sunday morning during the 45 minutes he spent on the main track. Keita Tanaka, who serves as Maeda’s agent, said the Tapit colt made two laps of the 1½-mile track in a canter – approximately what […]

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