Study: Do Early-Season Foals Make More Money At The Races? – Horse Racing News

by Paulick Report Staff|09.29.2022|7:05pm Conventional wisdom in Thoroughbred racing and breeding states that a horse born earlier in the foaling season is going to be more physically mature than one…

Study Makes Projection Of U.S. Online Casino Market

Light & Wonder, formerly Scientific Games Corporation, announced the release of an independent report on the potential for online casino gambling in the U.S. The study was conducted by VIXIO…

TransUnion Sports Betting Study Remarks Inflation, Affordability Checks

TransUnion is one of the largest credit agencies and recently it released its quarterly Credit Industry Insights Report (CIIR) for the second quarter of 2022, along with a very interesting…

Study Finds State Lotteries Target Minority Neighborhoods

Posted on: July 12, 2022, 12:22h.  Last updated on: July 11, 2022, 05:43h. A new study probing the 45 states that offer a lottery has arrived at some eye-opening conclusions.…

Study: Obesity Has Similar Effects On Equine, Human Hearts  – Horse Racing News

by Paulick Report Staff|07.06.2022|7:39am Obesity is commonly associated with health issues like laminitis, but a Polish study has discovered that horses carrying extra weight also demonstrate significant structural changes in…

PayNearMe Study Shows Payment Options Drive Player Interest

PayNearMe, an iGaming payment specialist, has conducted a study interviewing 2,051 players who were at least 18 years old. In the company study titled “Understanding the iGaming Payment Experience,” PayNearMe…

Study: Speed Up Foaling With Low Dose Of Oxytocin – Horse Racing News

by Paulick Report Staff|05.25.202205.23.2022|8:01am7:03pm Research has shown that a small dose of oxytocin can induce a mare to give birth so long as she demonstrates the clinical and chemical signs…

Study: Osteochondral Necrosis Of Femoral Condyles May Be Secondary To Bacterial Colonization – Horse Racing News

Jannah Pye, BVSc, led a study that sought to identify any commonalities in the development of osteochondral necrosis (bone death) of the femoral condyles (the two rounded prominences at the…

Study To Help Identify Horses At Risk For Catastrophic Injury Moves Into Third Phase – Horse Racing News

The Kentucky Equine Drug Research Council, a committee of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, voted Friday to grant additional funding to an ongoing study at the University of Kentucky’s Gluck…

MRI Study Hopes To Turn Skeptics Into Believers – Horse Racing News

Efforts to stop racehorse breakdowns have increased exponentially in the past decade, with many high-tech tools being brought into play. The learning curve on these advanced diagnostics can be steep…