It's been a meet to far exceed expectations for trainer Cheryl Winebaugh and her husband, Kenny. The Chicago couple are in their first full winter at Gulfstream and have won nine races from 42 starts, with one win apiece from nine different horses.Full Story >>
February 26, 2018
Chad Summers seriously considered running Mind Your Biscuits in the Gulfstream Park Sprint here Saturday before deciding the 5-year-old horse will go straight to the March 31 Dubai Golden Shaheen without a second prep race.
Always Dreaming has made such steady progress in his daily training at Palm Beach Downs that the 2017 Kentucky Derby winner could surface in the Gulfstream Park entries before too long.
Trainer Ian Wilkes has another promising 3-year-old on his hands this season in Gotta Go, a son of Shanghai Bobby, who became a stakes winner at 2 when capturing the Street Sense at Churchill Downs on Oct. 29.
Javier Castellano piloted Nothins Free to victory in Sunday's third race at Gulfstream, marking the sixth win as a trainer for his younger brother Abel.
February 25, 2018
Roses in the South, a former $12,500 claimer, ran the Grade 1-experienced and odds-on favorite March X Press off her feet, leading throughout for a surprisingly easy 2 1/2-length victory in Sunday’s $75,000 Melody of Colors Stakes at Gulfstream Park.
February 24, 2018
Economic Model edged away from Irish War Cry for his first stakes victory in more than 20 months in a spill-marred 28th running of the Grade 3, $100,000 Hal’s Hope on Saturday at Gulfstream Park.
A handful of potential Fountain of Youth starters, including reigning juvenile champion Good Magic and the Dale Romans trio of Free Drop Billy, Storm Runner, and Promises Fulfilled, turned in their final preps for that race Saturday.
It’s bound to happen now and again, Todd Pletcher winning a stakes race named for a standout he once trained. And that’s just what happened Saturday at Gulfstream Park when Salmanazar, ridden by John Velazquez, sped to victory in the fourth running of ...
February 23, 2018
Nick Vaccarezza remembers the moment he knew it was not a drill. The pop-pop-pops coming from the freshman building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., were the real thing – gunfire – because Nick had fired a gun before.
British jockey Hayley Turner has been exercising horses at Payson Park for trainer Christophe Clement in anticipation of reviving her riding career this spring in France.