The Back Ring: Before Hamburg Place Was A Shopping Center – Horse Racing News

The Back Ring: Before Hamburg Place Was A Shopping Center – Horse Racing News

|07.10.2022|7:05am

A horse at work at Hamburg Place, December 1953

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The latest issue of the Back Ring is now online, ahead of the Fasig-Tipton July Sale.

The Back Ring is the Paulick Report’s bloodstock newsletter, released ahead of, and during, every major North American Thoroughbred auction. Seeking to expand beyond the usual pdf presentation, the Back Ring offers a dynamic experience for bloodstock content, heavy on visual elements and statistics to appeal to readers on all platforms, especially mobile devices.

Here is what’s inside this issue…

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Lead Feature presented by Gainesway: A look back at the glory days of Hamburg Place, the birthplace of runners as great as Sir Barton and Alysheba, best known today as one of the top retail centers in Lexington, Ky.

Ask Your Veterinarian presented by Kentucky Performance Products: Dr. Daniel Devis of Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital discusses the types of lacerations a horse can suffer, how to identify which ones could need veterinary attention, and how to deal with the horse and the wound upon discovery.

Shedrow Stroll presented by ThoroughbredAuctions.com: A glimpse at some of the top offerings in the upcoming dispersal of Sam F. “Sonny” Henderson, led by Sunland Park Oaks winner Cleopatra’s Charge.

Pennsylvania Leaderboard presented by Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Association: A rundown of the leading earners of Pennsylvania incentive money, led by Fortheluvofbourbon, the recent winner of the Page McKenney Handicap at Parx Racing.

Best of the Breeders presented by Muirfield Insurance: Godolphin continues to pad its lead among the leading breeders by North American graded stakes winners, led by a pair of runners with a trio of graded scores to their names in 2022.

First-Crop Sire Watch: A list of stallions whose first crops of yearlings are represented in the Fasig-Tipton July catalog.

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