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My Miss Tapit, ridden by Emisael Jaramillo, is now 2 for 2 after scoring by 1 1/4 lengths in the Game Face.
My Miss Tapit, a daylight winner of her career debut nearly six weeks ago, duplicated that performance Saturday to defeat another second-time starter, Actress, in the $75,000 Game Face Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at Gulfstream Park.Full Story >>
April 21, 2017
It was all in the family Friday at Gulfstream Park where jockey Michael Ritvo rode Classic Rock to an easy and popular four-length victory in the $75,000 Roar Stakes for his mother, trainer Kathy Ritvo.
Hesinfront will go postward among the favorites in Sunday's $44,000 optional claiming and allowance feature at one mile on the main track.
Always Dreaming and Gunnevera turned in their final local workouts Friday, about 35 miles and one hour apart, for the 2017 Kentucky Derby.
April 20, 2017
Trainer Larry Bates ran Brahms Cat against what he called the “heavy heads” and “blue bloods” in races like the Forward Gal and Davona Dale earlier this winter at Gulfstream. On Saturday, many handicappers will consider Brahms Cat the “heavy head”when ...
April 19, 2017
Classic Rock, who got sick earlier this winter, will finally return to the races Friday at Gulfstream Park, where he is expected to go postward the solid favorite in the $75,000 Roar, an overnight stakes restricted to 3-year-olds to be decided at seven ...
April 17, 2017
A field of eight fillies and mares led by the Grade 3-placed More Than a Party and the Grade 2-placed Flutterby will square off in Wednesday's $44,000 optional claiming and allowance feature at six furlongs.
Trainer Jorge Navarro is about ready to welcome his Grade 2 winner Sharp Azteca back in his barn to begin preparations for his next goal, the Grade 1 Metropolitan Mile, later this spring at Belmont Park.
Refer will be shooting for his fifth-straight win when he runs in a $25,000 optional claiming at Gulfstream Park on Thursday.
April 14, 2017
Always Dreaming, the potential favorite for the 2017 Kentucky Derby, turned in the first of his three scheduled breezes leading up to the big event, going an easy half-mile in 49.90 with jockey John Velazquez aboard shortly after dawn Friday morning at ...
Trainer Todd Pletcher said All Included, who won the Grade 3 Appleton after finishing second in the Grade 1 Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap, will make his next start in the Grade 3 Miami Mile here April 29.