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Paulick Report Forum: Coming to America

European participation in the Breeders’ Cup has been an important part of the championship program since its initial running in 1984, when Yves Saint-Martin and the Aga Khan’s Lashkari won the Turf over the great racemare All Along. The International Racing Bureau, based in Newmarket, England, has recruited horses and facilitated travel for international horsemen coming to the Breeders’ Cup, and the IRB assists a number of other racing organizations with their big events, including Arlington Park, the Dubai Racing Club, Hollywood Park, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Japan Racing Association, Singapore Turf Club and Woodbine Entertainment.

Adrian Beaumont, who serves as director of racecourse service for the IRB, has been with the organization since 1982. He provided the Paulick Report with some European perspective for this year’s Breeders’ Cup at Churchill Downs Nov. 5-6.


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