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Fear the Cowboy wins the Grade 3 Harlan's Holiday Stakes at Gulfstream in December.
Fear the Cowboy, a 6-year-old horse who won two Grade 3 stakes races at Gulfstream Park last year, is being pointed to the Grade 1 Pegasus World Cup as a starter in the slot co-owned by Gulfstream owner Frank Stronach, the track announced on Wednesday.Full Story >>
TODAY January 17, 2018
It's hard not to root for Manchurian High in Saturday's $150,000 Sunshine Millions Turf. Not only is the 10-year-old Manchurian High the oldest horse in the field, he's also a two-time winner of the event and seeks his third win in a unique manner – ...
Jose Ortiz left the paddock aboard a mare named Zeven with a smile on his face prior to the ninth race Monday. And for good reason: Moments earlier, Ortiz had escaped injury despite having been thrown hard to the track.
Heavenhasmynikki will run next in a stakes race after staying unbeaten by winning her second career start here Monday in a first-level allowance sprint. Heavenhasmynikki is owned by the Loooch Racing Stable of Ron Paolucci and named for his daughter ...
Trainers who frequently run horses in the maiden and allowance ranks at Gulfstream Park during the winter must feel like an NFL coach having to face the New England Patriots almost every game.
YESTERDAY January 16, 2018
Following a partial sale, the promising 3-year-old Diamond King has been transferred to trainer John Servis and sent to the Palm Meadows Training Center in Florida.
January 15, 2018
Trainer Brian Lynch was generous Monday in offering “no excuse” for Heart to Heart's subpar performance in the Fort Lauderdale Stakes.
Malagacy and Recruiting Ready, two stakes-quality colts making their 4-year-old debuts following lengthy layoffs, will face each other Thursday in an intriguing feature at Gulfstream.
A rematch among Florida-breds exiting a graded stakes will be a main storyline Saturday at Gulfstream Park when Mr. Jordan and Richard the Great run in the richest of four races comprising the 16th Sunshine Millions.
Trainer Ron Spatz knows Mo Cash will be facing his stiffest challenge yet when he squares off against one of the premier sprinters in the country, X Y Jet, in Saturday's Sunshine Millions Sprint.
Trainer Ian Wilkes is not known for his success with first time starters. But he certainly had Originator fit and ready to go off the bench when making her debut in Sunday's finale.