Trainer Carlo Vaccarezza is eternally thankful that his two sons, Nick and Mike, escaped the wrath of a deranged gunman last week when 17 of their schoolmates were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. That's a major reason ...Full Story >>
February 09, 2018
Curlin's Approval served notice she's squarely on target to defend her title in the Grade 3 Royal Delta after working an eye-catching five furlongs in 58.13 at Gulfstream Park on Thursday.
Conquest Windycity handed multiple Grade 1 winner Mind Your Biscuits a narrow defeat Friday afternoon at Gulfstream Park.
February 07, 2018
Friday's co-featured fourth race, a $52,000, second-level allowance/optional claimer at a mile, drew a field of six fillies and mares led by My Country, She Takes Heart, and the enigmatic Florida Fabulous.
Trainer Charles “Scooter” Dickey said One Go All Go first caught his eye when finishing third, beaten just a length, behind his graded stakes winner Flatlined in an overnight stakes last summer at Ellis Park. So, when One Go All Go showed up in the ...
Trainer Todd Pletcher took the positive approach when asked about catching no less an opponent than Mind Your Biscuits when bringing his undefeated One Liner back from a nearly yearlong layoff in Friday's outstanding $53,000 allowance feature at ...
February 05, 2018
Norman Casse, longtime assistant to his father Mark Casse, will launch his training career when sending out Rate of Return in Wednesday's fifth race at Gulfstream Park.
Less than 24 hours after finishing second and third, respectively, with Free Drop Billy and Tiz Mischief in the Grade 2 Holy Bull, trainer Dale Romans may have found himself another Kentucky Derby candidate.
Queen's Plate winner Holy Helena proved she's just as good on turf as on dirt and synthetic surfaces when making her grass bow a winning one in Sunday's $53,000 allowance feature.
Sometimes you never know what little surprises you're going to get during the Gulfstream Park Championship meet. Friday's card, featuring the 2018 debut of top sprinter Mind Your Biscuits, is a case in point.
Untamed Domain could make his dirt debut in the March 10 Tampa Bay Derby as he attempts to enter the Kentucky Derby picture following a decent third-place finish as the 6-5 favorite Saturday in the Dania Beach Stakes on the Gulfstream turf.