Gulfstream Park

Barbara D. Livingston
Gun Runner galloped about a mile under exercise rider Angel Garcia on Friday morning at Gulfstream Park.
Gun Runner settled in perfectly Thursday night at Gulfstream Park and was sent through an easy gallop Friday as final preparations begin for the last start of his brilliant career next Saturday in the $16 million Pegasus World Cup.Full Story >>
YESTERDAY January 19, 2018
Entering Friday action, the Rainbow 6 jackpot had swelled to $2,571,483, with Dec. 7 being the last time a solo winning ticket had emptied the pool. A mandatory pool dispersal is set for next Sunday, Jan. 28.
Richard Mitchell sustained facial injuries when he was thrown after his mount clipped heels in Thursday's 10th race at Gulfstream Park. Earlier, Carlos Jimenez suffered a fractured upper vertebra in a fifth-race spill.
Saturday's card is all over the place with two possibilities for you to consider.
McGee: Gulfstream pick four play for Jan. 20, 2018
Gun Runner, expected to be named 2017 Horse of the Year at the Eclipse Awards next week, arrived at Gulfstream Park Thursday night with Scott Blasi, assistant to trainer Steve Asmussen.
January 18, 2018
It's not like Mr. Jordan has never run well at Gulfstream Park, it's just that he's never won there in nine tries. And it's not like Mr. Jordan has never run well going 1 1/8 miles, it's just that he's never won at that distance in four tries.
The strategy seems simple enough for the $100,000 Sunshine Millions Sprint on Saturday at Gulfstream Park: X Y Jet will go to the lead from his rail post, and the other six Florida-breds will just have to come get him. Bettors will be highly dubious of ...
Our Way returns Saturday in the 16th running of the $150,000 Sunshine Millions Turf with a series of workouts designed to get 2018 off to another successful start, only this time with greater production on the back end.
January 17, 2018
Fear the Cowboy, a 6-year-old horse who won two Grade 3 stakes races at Gulfstream Park last year, is being pointed to the Grade 1 Pegasus World Cup as a starter in the slot co-owned by Gulfstream owner Frank Stronach, the track announced on Wednesday.
It's hard not to root for Manchurian High in Saturday's $150,000 Sunshine Millions Turf. Not only is the 10-year-old Manchurian High the oldest horse in the field, he's also a two-time winner of the event and seeks his third win in a unique manner – ...