Jennifer Kelly, Author at Horse Racing News | Paulick Report

Forewarned Pulls Off Upset In Queens County At Aqueduct

Every once in a while, Uriah St. Lewis pulls off an upset in a stakes race and Sunday’s Queens County was another one of those surprises. Breaking from the outside of the field of nine, Forewarned went five-wide on the far turn to find racing room down the center of the stretch and pass the […]

Chateau Goes Gate To Wire In Gravesend

With the scratch of Grade 3 Bold Ruler winner Wondrwherecraigis, five horses remained to contest the six-furlong Gravesend, but it turned out to be a one-horse race in the end. From the break to the finish line, it was all Chateau, who took the lead a few strides out of the gate and never relinquished […]

Doswell Goes Gate To Wire In Fort Lauderdale At Gulfstream

Second to Largent in 2020’s Fort Lauderdale, Doswell improved on that result in the 2021 version, taking the lead out of the gate at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla., and never relinquishing it, winning the Grade 2 stakes easily over Atone and English Bee. In a full field of 12, Doswell was out fastest […]

Lone Rock Shortens Up Successfully, Takes Tinsel Stakes At Oaklawn

Lone Rock has made his reputation as a long distance specialist, winning at a mile and a half and beyond more than once in 2021, but he showed in the inaugural Tinsel Stakes at Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort that he can win at nine furlongs as well. Over a muddy track in Hot Springs, Ark., […]

Fearless Makes Bold Move To Take Harlan’s Holiday At Gulfstream Park

Facing a field that included Mighty Heart, the reigning Canadian Horse of the Year, jockey Luis Saez made a bold move for the lead on the backstretch at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla., and never relinquished the front, winning the Grade 3 Harlan’s Holiday by four lengths. Out of the gate, Mighty Heart established […]

Center Aisle Much The Best In Sugar Swirl, Earns First Stakes Victory

Center Aisle stalked a quick pace over six furlongs at Gulfstream Park and dueled with Frank’s Rockette down the stretch to take the Grade 3 Sugar Swirl by a length. After two in-the-money finishes in other graded stakes races, the daughter of Into Mischief breaks through to win her first graded stakes. Loriloupies was quickest […]

Geno Outlasts Un Ojo To Win NYSSS Great White Way

Geno went wide on the lone turn of the Great White Way, part of the New York Stallion Stakes Series, to find running room on the outside of Unique Unions and outlasted a rallying Un Ojo to take the seven-furlong stakes by a neck. Breaking from the middle of the field of 11, Geno settled […]

Sweet Melania Regains Graded Stakes Winning Form In Suwannee River

The last time Sweet Melania had her picture taken was nearly 18 months ago at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y. In the intervening months since then, the daughter of American Pharoah has had four in-the-money finishes, but no wins. In the Grade 3 Suwannee River Stakes, Sweet Melania stalked Shifty She throughout the first six […]

Slow Down Andy Takes Los Alamitos Futurity For Reddam, O’Neill

Sporting the same colors that his sire Nyquist won the 2016 Kentucky Derby in, Slow Down Andy ran greenly through the stretch in the Los Alamitos Futurity but was able to straighten out and take the Grade 2 stakes by a length over the favored Messier. The win earns the 2-year-old colt 10 points toward […]

Officiating Graduates To Graded Stakes Winner In Mr. Prospector

Over a fast track at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Fla., Officiating stalked the pace set by Wind of Change, went three-wide into the stretch, and took the lead in the last furlong to win the Grade 3 Mr. Prospector over Endorsed and Dennis’ Moment. At the break in the seven-furlong G3 stakes, Wind of […]