YESTERDAY March 28, 2015
On Saturday afternoon, Todd Pletcher was scheduled to run 11 horses at Gulfstream Park. On Saturday morning at Palm Beach Downs – his winter headquarters about 40 miles northwest of Gulfstream – Pletcher worked 29 horses, including top 3-year-olds ...
We’ll be starting the day with a pick three that bookends a pair of most-likely winners in the first and third races while scatter-shotting the middle by using longer prices against some of the more logical plays:
March 27, 2015
The simulcast dispute between the Mid-Atlantic Cooperative of racetracks and the Monarch Content Management Company, which is owned by the Stronach Group and controls the simulcast signals from Gulfstream Park and Santa Anita among others, was resolved ...
DRF handicapper Mike Watchmaker provides his best plays on Saturday's card at Gulfstream Park.
Saturday’s Gulfstream card promises to be a fantastic afternoon of racing. Let’s try a 50-cent pick four play, beginning in race 6.
Competitive Edge made a stylish return to the races Friday at Gulfstream Park, striking the front soon after the start and galloping to an 8 1/4-length victory over previously undefeated Mr. Jordan in the $58,200 Tamarac Stakes at Gulfstream Park.
Trainer Shug McGaughey has taken the conservative route and entered All in Fun in Sunday’s $75,000 Sanibel Island Handicap for 3-year-old fillies on the turf.
Jorge Navarro said Friday he’s been hired by Drawing Away Stable to work as its primary trainer.
Longtime south Florida based trainer Bill White has been elected president of the Florida Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association, replacing incumbent Phil Combest.
After an emotional couple of months in south Florida, trainer Jimmy Jerkens and his stable of stakes runners are getting ready to head north for the spring.