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Ivy Bell posted the first graded win of her career in Saturday's Grade 2 Inside Information at Gulfstream Park.
It wasn’t easy, but in the end Ivy Bell ran to her even-money backing and became a graded stakes winner after overcoming an eventful trip to register a well-deserved one-length victory over Jordan’s Henny in Saturday’s $200,000 Inside Information at ...Full Story >>
March 03, 2018
Trainer Jimmy Jerkens earned his second stakes victory on Saturday's card at Gulfstream Park when Team of Teams ($24.20) posted a three-length victory in the $100,000 Sand Springs Stakes.
Benefitting from a perfect trip under Irad Ortiz Jr. while reaffirming her class and versatility, Holy Helena quickly reeled in Daring Duchess for a clear-cut victory Saturday in the 30th running of the Grade 3, $150,000 The Very One at Gulfstream Park.
March 02, 2018
Three allowances dot a 13-race Sunday card that brings another eventful week at Gulfstream Park to a close, but only one of them got a Grade 1 winner.
Luis Saez, the leading jockey at the championship meet, will serve a three-day suspension next week stemming from a riding infraction in the first race here Wednesday, when his mount, Our Independence, was disqualified from second to fifth for ...
Salty, who was competitive with the best 3-year-old fillies of 2017, likely will be pointed to the Grade 1 La Troienne on the May 4 Kentucky Oaks undercard after a successful return to action Thursday at Gulfstream.
Last year's Triple Crown was won by three different horses, with Todd Pletcher trainees Always Dreaming (Derby) and Tapwrit (Belmont) bookending the Preakness win by Cloud Computing. All three are on the comeback trail.
Economic Model, winner of the Grade 3 Hal's Hope Stakes at Gulfstream Park on Feb. 24, could move into Grade 1 company for his next start, which might come in the $400,000 Carter Handicap on April 7 at Aqueduct, trainer Chad Brown said.
March 01, 2018
Ken McPeek has five starters sprinkled over Gulfstream's 14-race Saturday card, including three in stakes races he hopes could lead to bigger things down the road.
Celestine came up just a bit short against her stablemate Stormy Victoria in the South Beach Stakes five weeks ago on the Gulfstream Park turf.
Fly So High, stepping into stakes company for the first time, will go postward the likely favorite against seven rivals in the Grade 2, one-mile Davona Dale, a field that also includes recent Grade 3 winner Take Charge Paula.