Barbara D. Livingston
Gun Runner breezes a half-mile in 49.14 seconds at Gulfstream on Monday.
He broke no watches in the final official workout of his outstanding career, but Gun Runner was eye-catching nonetheless, turning in a maintenance half-mile breeze in 49.14 seconds Monday morning at Gulfstream Park as the odds-on favorite in Saturday's ...Full Story >>
December 20, 2017
Classic Rock returned from a 5 1/2-month layoff to capture Wedneday's $51,000 allowance and optional claiming feature, setting the pace before pulling away to an impressive victory.
It will be David against Goliath when the former $5,000 claimer First Growth takes on world-class sprinter X Y Jet in the Grade 3 Mr. Prospector on Saturday at Gulfstream Park.
Blonde Bomber worked six furlongs on Wednesday morning at Gulfstream Park, and trainer Stanley Gold said the promising juvenile filly was likely to make her first 3-year-old start in the Silverbulletday at Fair Grounds.
December 18, 2017
Owner-trainer Phil Combest paid homage to his father, longtime south Florida trainer Reed Combest, by naming the 2-year-old Kantharos colt he bred along with his partner, George Maharg, Reed Kan.
Stakes-caliber sprinters Classic Rock and Sheikh of Sheikhs, both coming off extended vacations, stand out in a second-level allowance and high-priced optional-claiming dash on Wednesday at Gulfstream.
December 16, 2017
Nine months after winning the Grade 3 Skip Away here in impressive fashion, Fear the Cowboy returned to Gulfstream Park and repeated the performance, rallying from far back under Javier Castellano to register a 2 1/4-length decision over a determined ...
Shakhimat registered his first stakes win in more than 20 months when pulling an 11-1 upset Saturday in the 39th running of the Grade 3, $100,000 Tropical Turf at Gulfstream Park in south Florida.
Lewis Bay grabbed a short advantage over chief rival Curlin’s Approval leaving the starting gate for the $100,000 Rampart, then repulsed several bids from the even-money favorite before taking a 1 1/4-length decision Saturday at Gulfstream Park.
December 15, 2017
The Stronach Group sold nine of the 12 slots to its Pegasus World Cup prior to a Friday evening deadline for the transactions and will buy the other three $1 million slots with the intent of marketing them to late comers.
Friday afternoon is the deadline for horsemen to pick up slots for the Jan. 26 Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream, setting off a scramble of deal-making this week as top players weigh whether to buy a slot outright or strike a deal with parties that had ...