Gulfstream Park

YESTERDAY January 19, 2017
The announcement of the 2016 Horse of the Year will cap the evening Saturday at Gulfstream Park when the Eclipse Awards are presented for the 46th time. If social media chit-chat and informal polls are right, 5-year-old California Chrome will top ...
Since the Eclipse Awards began in 1971, just one horse – John Henry – has been named Horse of the Year in non-consecutive years, a feat California Chrome could equal on Saturday night when the 46th annual Eclipse Awards dinner is held at Gulfstream Park.
Gulfstream Park horseplayers face a big question about Delta Bluesman, the speedy favorite in Saturday's $100,000 Sunshine Millions Sprint: Has he simply lost his edge, or will he rebound for a front-running victory?
The $100,000 Sunshine Millions Turf at Gulfstream Park drew eight well-matched older horses. Reporting Star, Go Around, Enterprising, and Our Way are the main contenders in the 1 1/16-mile race.
After taking on graded stakes company in each of his last five starts, Awesome Slew will begin his 4-year-old campaign against much softer competition when he faces statebred company for the first time in Saturday's $200,000 Sunshine Millions Classic ...
January 18, 2017
DRF handicapper Mike Welsch provides a list of horses to watch at Gulfstream Park.
Breaking Lucky turned in his final prep for the $12 million Pegasus World Cup on Wednesday morning at Palm Beach Downs, working five furlongs in 1:00.40 under exercise rider Christian Rivera. The work came 10 days out from the Pegasus World Cup, to be ...
The send-off for You Bought Her won't be nearly as big as the one California Chrome will be receiving a week from Saturday at Gulfstream Park, but it'll be a sentimental farewell for trainer David Hinsley nonetheless.
Chad Brown, a finalist for outstanding trainer of 2016, will be represented by a pair of contenders in the first of back-to-back allowances that highlight a 10-race Friday card at Gulfstream.
January 16, 2017
The final spots in the prospective starting lineup for the $12 million Pegasus World Cup here Jan. 28 were filled on Monday after deals were finalized that will bring both Grade 1 winner Noble Bird and the 9-year-old Prayer for Relief into the race.