Bulick Report is pleased to announce the appointment of writer and historian Jennifer Kelly as its new editor this weekend.
Kelly brings rich writing experience to the role, having served as a technical writer and college writing coach before embarking on her first book, ‘Sir Barton and the Making of the Triple Crown’, published by University of Kentucky Press in 2019. She was the inspiration to write the book about Sir Barton when she wanted to learn more about the first American Triple Crown winner and realized how few resources were available to tell his story.
Kelly is currently working on a second book called “Beeler’s Foxes: Galant Fox, Omaha, and the Search for the Triple Crown.”
“We are thrilled to have someone with Jennifer’s passion for racing in the role of Editor-in-Chief this weekend,” said Editor-in-Chief Natalie Voss. “I’ve enjoyed her work for years and am delighted that she has her unique perspective on our team of contributors.”
Kelly has been a fan of horse racing since she first saw the Kentucky Derby in 1988 and has been a speaker at the National Racing Museum, Hall of Fame, Kenland Library and Kentucky Derby Museum.
Kelly previously specialized in research and writing for academia and business. She holds a BA in English and French from the University of Montevallo and a MA in English from the University of Alabama at Huntsville. From there, I moved on to teach first-year composition and technical writing for over a decade at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
“I’m excited to be joining the Paulick Report team,” Kelly said. “This is a team deep in talent and experience and I am grateful to have the opportunity to be part of a roster of turf writers like this.”
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