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PAULICK REPORT FORUM: LUKAS PART 1 - THE LEARNING CURVE

I would be hard-pressed to name an individual who has had a bigger impact on American racing over the last 30 years than D. Wayne Lukas, a member of the National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame and four-time Eclipse Award winner as outstanding trainer. From sales pavilions in ... Read More

 

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Hear, hear. Since lukas quit the juice and tapping, he's just another man. I was sick when he went into the hall.
The breakdown KING without second place even being in the same universe! How many really good ones were lost during this reign of medications. Jim Squires tells about the culture of drugs used to prep the quarter horses for show and exactly who and when it became a standard in the t-bred community. Friends at Claiborne told me of how studdish Winning Colors was for almost 6 months and how this FEMALE looked like a male (WONDER WHY?) before they could get her is foal. Darrel Wayne brings you the wonders of pharmaceuticals. Most folks wouldn't have treated a stray dog the way he treated Lady's Secret.

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