July 02, 2015
Trainer David Fawkes said he was never tempted to turn Sheer Drama back to six furlongs for Sunday’s Grade 2 Princess Rooney at Gulfstream Park. Instead, he’ll stretch his Grade 2 winner out to 1 1/4 miles for the Grade 1 Delaware Handicap on July 18.
Westminister Road and Susie Bee, first and third in an overnight handicap for 3-year-old fillies on June 13 at Gulfstream Park, will meet again under similar conditions going 7 1/2 furlongs on turf in Saturday’s main event.
Aside from starts in the Kentucky Derby and Haskell, Wildcat Red has been among the favorites in just about every other race he’s competed in during his career. But the multiple graded stakes winner will be considered among the outsiders when he ...
July 01, 2015
Reigning sprint champion Work All Week and winning Triple Crown rider Victor Espinoza will be the marquee names on Sunday’s Summit of Speed program at Gulfstream Park.
Brad Beilly, attorney for trainer Kirk Ziadie, said he filed a petition for emergency relief with the 4th District Court of Florida on Wednesday after the Florida Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering declined to act on his client’s license renewal before ...
June 30, 2015
Work All Week not only won the Breeders’ Cup Sprint and a division championship last year, he also has the distinction of not finishing worse than second in his last 15 starts coming into Sunday’s Grade 2 Smile Sprint. Like Work All Week, Grande Shores ...
June 29, 2015
Kirk Ziadie, Gulfstream Park’s leading trainer during the 2015 spring meet, may not be able to continue training his horses when the summer session begins Wednesday because of licensing issues with the state of Florida.
Sunday’s mandatory Rainbow 6 payoff at Gulfstream Park returned $30,929 to those who correctly selected all six winners in the sequence.
Seven months into the 2015 campaign, Tyler Gaffalione has turned into one of the leading apprentices in the country and has earned his first riding title, capped off by four victories on Saturday’s card at Gulfstream Park.
June 25, 2015
Trainer Bill Kaplan will have a decision to make between now and next Wednesday, when entries are taken and drawn for the rich Summit of Speed card to be run on July 5: whether to keep his promising 3-year-old filly Naval Command against her own kind ...