by Paulick Report Staff|11.04.202211.04.2022|9:47pm9:57pm Irad Ortiz Jr. celebrates Forte’s Breeders’ Cup Juvenile victory Under sunny skies and unseasonably warm temperatures, a crowd of nearly 40,000 was on hand at Keeneland race course in Lexington, Ky., for the Future Stars Friday program to kick off the 39th Breeders’ Cup world championships.
by Joe Nevills|08.20.2022|7:06am Luis Contreras at Woodbine The field is set for Sunday’s 163rd running of the Queen’s Plate at Woodbine, but there is still plenty of time to make introductions. On this episode of the Queen’s Plate News Minute, bloodstock editor Joe Nevills chats with two jockeys who will
In the early hours of this morning, state legislators brought Massachusetts sports betting to life. In what seemed almost impossible, and hours passed the Sunday night deadline, the last minute session was able to get a compromise approved. The new bill still needs to be signed by Governor Charlie Baker,
July 13, 2022 The deadline is July 31st. However, legislators are still hopeful that a Massachusetts sports betting deal could come together this year. And if it does, that residents of the state could be placing wagers on next year’s Super Bowl. A Representative says that negotiations are ongoing, and
Tom Pedulla is interviewing prominent owners, trainers and jockeys as they travel the Road to the 148th Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve on May 7 at Churchill Downs. Dave Lyon, 48, managing partner of Blue Lion Thoroughbreds, is featured this week. He learned valuable lessons as a partner in
With the Thursday morning news that the top-class geldings Domestic Spending and United would be withdrawn from the $4-million Breeders’ Cup Turf, the complexion of the mile and one-half Grade 1 race has changed, Ray Paulick reports in Thursday’s Breeders’ Cup News Minute. Klaravich Stable’s Domestic Spending, trained by Chad