Barbara D. Livingston
Heart to Heart may next race in the Canadian Turf on March 3.
Trainer Brian Lynch was generous Monday in offering “no excuse” for Heart to Heart's subpar performance in the Fort Lauderdale Stakes.Full Story >>
January 01, 2018
Fly So High, a runaway maiden winner Nov. 16 at Aqueduct in just her second start, should be the heavy favorite when she makes her 3-year-old debut in Thursday's $51,000 allowance feature at Gulfstream.
The Gulfstream Park jockey colony will get even stronger with the arrival of Irad Ortiz Jr., who will begin riding regularly here on Friday.
Trainer Dale Romans has confirmed plans for two of his top 3-year-old prospects, Tiz Mischief and Dak Attack, after the pair turned in eye-catching works just minutes apart on Saturday at Gulfstream Park.
Trainer Jorge Navarro said that up until 7:30 on Sunday morning, he really didn't want to run Sharp Azteca in the $16 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational. But that all changed in less than two minutes.
December 30, 2017
Dream Awhile and Ghostly Presence each won a division of the Tropical Park Oaks on Saturday at Gulfstream Park, while Daring Duchess pulled an upset in the Via Borghese Stakes.
Run Time proved that distance is the great equalizer when stepping up off a first-level allowance/optional-claiming victory to upset Grade 1 winner Bullards Alley in Saturday’s two-mile H. Allen Jerkens Stakes at Gulfstream Park.
December 29, 2017
A pair of allowance races highlight Sunday's 11-race program, the final card of 2017 season, including a second-level allowance/optional $50,000 claimer to be decided at 1 1/16 miles on the turf for a $61,000 purse.
Jockey Jose Ortiz wasted little time announcing his presence at Gulfstream this winter by winning with the first mount he accepted at the Championship meet, Shar Ran ($6.00), in Thursday's opener.
There is never a shortage of bad beat stories when horseplayers gather, but it would be difficult to match the tale resulting from a bizarre incident that took place approaching the wire in Thursday's finale at Gulfstream.
December 27, 2017
The Florida Thoroughbred Breeders' and Owners' Association announced Wednesday it will be sponsoring a new Florida Sire Stakes race, the $150,000 Wildcat Heir.