Daily Racing Form writer Marcus Hersh looks at Saturday's card at Gulfstream.Full Story >>
December 13, 2017
Tap to It, who has started just twice since finishing sixth in the 2015 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies, will return locally to face seven other fillies and mares in Friday's $50,000 main event, to be decided at seven furlongs under entry-level ...
Curlin's Approval will look to rebound from a disappointing performance in the Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint when she stretches out to a mile for Saturday's Grade 3 Rampart at Gulfstream.
Who was the hottest trainer on the East Coast last weekend? The standard answers of Todd Pletcher or Mark Casse would be good ones – but would be wrong.
December 11, 2017
Trainer Charles “Scooter” Dickey has been wanting to get Flatlined back on dirt for quite a while. He'll finally get that opportunity here Saturday when he sends the Grade 2-winning turf specialist postward over the main track in the Grade 3 Harlan's ...
Few have witnessed any horse win a race, let alone a stakes, any easier than Miss Mo Mentum did when cruising to the Gulfstream finish line, under wraps, 8 3/4 lengths in front of her nearest rival, to win the $75,000 Hut Hut.
Giuseppe the Great, who was graded stakes placed in several major 3-year-old events this year, finally dropped into the allowance ranks to post his second career victory as an overwhelming 1-5 favorite Sunday. Afterward, trainer Nick Zito did not rule ...
December 09, 2017
Jockey Irad Ortiz Jr. completed one of the most memorable days of his career when he guided Mexico’s Jala Jala to a convincing nine-length victory over Fray Angelico in the $300,000 Clasico del Caribe on Saturday at Gulfstream Park.
Coltimus Prime, winner of the 2014 Prince of Wales Stakes, the second leg of the Canadian Triple Crown, added to his impressive resume’ by rallying to a 2 1/2-length victory over El Kurdo in the $91,200 Copa Invitacional on Saturday’s Clasico ...
Miss Mo Mentum stamped herself as a legitimate Kentucky Oaks prospect when splashing to an 8 3/4-length romp, finishing a one-turn mile in 1:40.41 over a sloppy track in the Hut Hut at Gulfstream.
Here’s a pick-four play to end the Sunday card at Gulfstream in which I’ll be relying on Jorge Navarro to have Can’t Say No ready to roll in race 9 after the flashy first-out winner was regrouped over at Gulf West following a disappointing loss in his ...