Gulfstream Park

YESTERDAY January 26, 2015
Trainer Scooter Dickey, perhaps best known for his work with Flat Out several years ago, will send out Shadow Rock in the 10th race, the only allowance on an 11-race card that starts at 12:30 p.m. Eastern.
Two-time Eclipse Award-winning jockey Javier Castellano will receive a key to the city Wednesday night during a ceremony at the city hall in Hallandale Beach.
Hall of Fame trainer Nick Zito said he plans to run Frammento back in the Fountain of Youth even after the colt was well beaten in the Holy Bull. Frammento finished sixth at 21-1 when nearly 19 lengths behind Upstart.
A decision by the Gulfstream stewards early on the Sunday card ultimately proved a wise one.
Several of the area’s top 3-year-old prospects skipped the Holy Bull to await the Fountain of Youth, among them Remsen Stakes winner Leave the Light On, who worked five furlongs in 1:00.80 Sunday at Palm Meadows for trainer Chad Brown.
The well-traveled Sachem Spirit may have found himself a home at Gulfstream Park, turning in a career-best performance when winning his local debut here earlier this month. As a result, Sachem Spirit will be wheeled back on relatively short rest to ...
Trainer Rick Violette couldn’t have been more upbeat when asked how Upstart had bounced back from his terrific, 5 1/2-length victory over Frosted and seven other overmatched rivals in Saturday’s Grade 2 Holy Bull Stakes.
January 25, 2015
Upstart was one of the elite 2-year-olds of 2014, and he served notice in his 2015 debut that he belongs among the very best of contenders for this year’s Kentucky Derby.
January 24, 2015
About the only one in the house who didn’t have to sweat out the photo finish for Saturday’s $100,000 Kitten’s Joy Stakes at Gulfstream Park was Bill Mott. That’s because the two horses involved in the tight picture, Dubai Sky and Courtier, are both ...
Dale Romans has been touting Taylor S as one of the fastest young fillies he ever has trained, but the race isn’t always to the swiftest.