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Unified paid $6.60 in winning the Gulfstream Park Sprint.
Unified put his abundant speed on display again Saturday, taking control of the $100,000 Gulfstream Park Sprint from the outset and never looking back en route to a neck victory over the odds-on Mind Your Biscuits for his third graded stakes win in ...Full Story >>
TODAY February 25, 2017
Rusty Arnold not only trains the filly who won the Melody of Colors Stakes, but he co-bred her, too. “You don’t see that too often, huh,” Arnold said with a grin after Morticia led all the way Saturday to win the second running of the $75,000 Melody of ...
Derek’s Smile finished three-quarters of a length clear of Uncle B in winning the third running of the $75,000 Texas Glitter at Gulfstream Park, reversing his dismaying performance here Feb. 4 in the Swale Stakes.
Trainer Graham Motion said he "couldn't be happier" with Irish War Cry’s final work for next Saturday's Fountain of Youth Stakes after his undefeated 3-year-old breezed five furlongs in 1:01.80 and galloped out six panels in 1:13.40 on Saturday morning ...
YESTERDAY February 24, 2017
How Daily Racing Form writer Ron Gierkink will play Gulfstream on Sunday.
DRF handicapper Byron King outlines his strategy for playing the early pick three on Saturday's program at Gulfstream Park.
Zayat Stables has long been an active player on the buyer's side of the auction ring, but it plans to expand its interest on the selling end at the Fasig-Tipton Gulfstream select sale of 2-year-olds in training.
As far as trainer Mike Tomlinson is concerned, now would be a good time for Lookin for a Kiss to step up.
Trainer Jose Pinchin called an audible Friday, moving Three Rules' final Fountain of Youth work up a day. The runner-up in the Grade 2 Swale responded by going five furlongs in 59.06 and galloping-out six furlongs in 1:13.13 over a track that has been ...
Classic Empire and Tepin are tentatively scheduled to breeze at the Palm Meadows training center in Boynton Beach sometime in the middle of the coming week, trainer Mark Casse said Friday.
A dozen guys out to the track for a company outing Thursday accomplished what hardcore and professional handicappers had been unable to do for the previous eight days: They took down the entire Rainbow 6 jackpot, to the tune of $324,179.