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Delta Bluesman (right) narrowly beats Cautious Giant in the Rail Splitter Stakes.
A Saturday card during the championship meet at Gulfstream Park typically consists of one or more graded stakes surrounded by high-profile allowance and maiden-special races.Full Story >>
January 27, 2018
In the final start of his career, Gun Runner proved – yet again – that he’s worthy of all his acclaim.
Jockey Florent Geroux put up another absolutely flawless ride aboard Gun Runner in the Pegasus World Cup.
The uncoupled Christophe Clement pair of Stormy Victoria and Celestine was the winning exacta after the turf-course dust cleared Saturday in the ninth running of the $125,000 South Beach at Gulfstream Park.
Rainbow Heir closed his long and successful career Saturday with one of his most impressive performances yet, rallying to a convincing two-length victory over longshot Oak Bluffs in the $175,000 Gulfstream Park Turf Sprint.
Returning from a four-month layoff, Jordan’s Henny stunned most everyone in the Pegasus Day crowd by posting a 59-1 upset in the 21st running of the Grade 3, $175,000 Hurricane Bertie.
An 11-week vacation proved just what the doctor ordered for Oscar Nominated, who bounced back from a disappointing performance in his 2017 finale with a game half-length triumph over Nessy in Saturday’s $200,000 W. L. McKnight Handicap at Gulfstream Park.
Arguably the two best races Tommy Macho had ever run in an 18-race career both had come at a one-turn mile on the main track at Gulfstream Park. The 6-year-old horse might well have made it his three best-ever races Saturday when edging away to a ...
A cutback in distance and a switch in surfaces has brought out the best in Girls Know Best since she was claimed in October, but she also was fortunate on Saturday at Gulfstream Park, as she captured the $135,000 Ladies’ Turf Sprint after the favored ...
Texting became a graded stakes winner and avenged a loss to Daring Duchess from earlier in the meet when rallying to a three-quarter-length victory in Saturday’s Grade 3 La Prevoyante Stakes at Gulfstream Park. Taralena rallied mildly for finish third.
January 26, 2018
Irish War Cry, one of the top 3-year-olds of 2017, continues on a steady work pattern toward his anticipated comeback in the Feb. 24 Hal's Hope, a one-turn mile at Gulfstream.