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The Back Ring: The Common Thread Between This Generation’s Top Freshman Sires

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The latest issue of the Back Ring is now online, ahead of the OBS March 2-Year-Olds In Training 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: The top five sires in each freshman class since 2014 might have gotten on the list in different ways, but they all checked the same critical box before their first runners even reached the racetrack.
  • Ask Your Veterinarian presented by Kentucky Performance Products: Dr. Kathleen Paasch of Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital outlines three things to keep an eye out for when reviewing pre-sale radiographs.
  • Lesson Horses presented by Texas Thoroughbred Association: Lane Richardson of Richardson Bloodstock describes what the star of his late father's barn taught him about life, and dealing with elite horses.
  • The Overseas Breeze presented by Breeze-Up Consignors Association: The inaugural Dubai Breeze Up Sale is catered heavily toward dirt-focused end-users, and the pedigrees in the catalog reflect that. European breeze up consignors discuss training for a different clientele, and the U.S.-sired entries in the catalog are listed.
  • Pennsylvania Leaderboard presented by Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Association: A stellar campaign in the Keystone State made Beren the top generator of Pennsylvania incentive program earnings for his owners, breeders, and stallion owners. See who else brought in serious money for their connections in 2021.
  • Best of the Breeders presented by Muirfield Insurance: Though its operation recently dispersed, Canadian stalwart Sam-Son Farm remains a top producer of graded stakes winners through early 2022.
  • First-Crop Sire Watch: Stallions whose first crops of 2-year-olds are represented in the OBS March Sale, with the number of horses cataloged and the farms where they are currently advertised.

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