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From Paulick Report Staff Animal-related charities have put out the rallying cry to their supports throughout the U. S. as their focus shifts from helping horses and other animals in Florida and Texas to assisting with efforts in Puerto Rico. Hurricane Maria’s wrath has left much of the island devastated,

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From the Blood-horse Jump Sucker Stable’s Blacktype could be the bridge from the Commonwealth Turf Cup and the renamed Baltimore/Washington International Turf Cup (G2T) Sept. 30 at Laurel Park. Blacktype, a French-bred son of Dunkerque trained by Christophe Clement, prevailed by a half-length in last year’s Commonwealth Turf. He returns to

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Keeneland Press Release Lady Aurelia to Train at Keeneland for Next Start in Breeders’ Cup Wesley Ward Recounts Filly’s Narrow Loss in Coolmore Nunthorpe LEXINGTON, KY (Aug. 28, 2017) – Keeneland-based trainer Wesley Ward said this morning that European champion Lady Aurelia would return here at week’s end from England,

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​​TORONTO, August 19 – Tesseron took the lead in the point standings of the Woodbine Turf Endurance Series with a victory in the 1-1/2 mile second leg on Saturday afternoon. Starting from the outside post 10, Tesseron and jockey Emma-Jayne Wilson followed outside mid-pack before sweeping up as the field

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Bob Kieckhefer rounds up the past week’s turf stakes with an eye on the Breeders’ Cup grass races Nov. 3-4 at Del Mar: Turf Hunt tracked down the leader at mid-stretch in Saturday’s $250,000 Grade II Del Mar Handicap and fended off a late bit by Itsinthepost to win by

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Bob Kieckhefer chronicles the Arlington Million for TurfTalk360 ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. — Beach Patrol entered Saturday’s 35th running of the Arlington Million winless in six starts since taking the Grade I Secretariat Stakes on last year’s Million undercard. He fixed that in 2 minutes, 2 seconds and change. With a

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Bob Kieckhefer rounds up the Arlington Million undercard stakes: It’s the International Festival of Racing but the winners of the biggest stakes on the undercard ran their previous races in Delaware and New York. Oscar Performance scored his second straight Grade 1 win Saturday in the Secretariat Stakes for 3-year-olds

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Bob Kieckhefer – with his special take on things – tells us what to watch for in the Arlington Million, Beverly D., Secretariat and America St. Leger: A former winner, last year’s second- and third-place finishers and last year’s Secretariat Stakes victor all grace the field forSaturday’s Arlington Million, centerpiece

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Arlington Publicity ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (August 9, 2017) – A field of 13 passed the entry box in advance of anticipated starts in Saturday’s 35th running of the Grade I $1 million Arlington Million at Arlington International Racecourse. The Million, run at 10 furlongs on the Arlington turf course, will be

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Arlington Publicity ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (August 9, 2017) – The Grade I $400,000 Secretariat Stakes, one of the premier Grade I turf stakes for 3-year-olds in America and throughout the world, has drawn an exceptional sextet of sophomores in 2017. Named for one of history’s greatest thoroughbreds, the international event has

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