Barbara D. Livingston
Gun Runner galloped about a mile under exercise rider Angel Garcia on Friday morning at Gulfstream Park.
Gun Runner settled in perfectly Thursday night at Gulfstream Park and was sent through an easy gallop Friday as final preparations begin for the last start of his brilliant career next Saturday in the $16 million Pegasus World Cup.Full Story >>
December 09, 2017
Miss Mo Mentum stamped herself as a legitimate Kentucky Oaks prospect when splashing to an 8 3/4-length romp, finishing a one-turn mile in 1:40.41 over a sloppy track in the Hut Hut at Gulfstream.
December 08, 2017
Susan and Jim Hill's up-and-coming 3-year-old sprinter Eight Town passed a major class test when turning back the older and vastly more experienced Abounding Legacy to capture Thursday's main event for his third consecutive victory. Eight Town ...
There will be five Grade 3 stakes on next Saturday's card, but the one that figures to get the most attention is the 1 1/16-mile Harlan's Holiday, which is expected to serve as Gunnevera's final prep for the $16 million Pegasus World Cup on Jan. 27.
Trainer Nick Zito will be the first to admit that he's not shy about taking on the underdog role in major 3-year-old races, as he did this past season with Giuseppe the Great, who finished third as a 47-1 outsider in the Grade 1 Pennsylvania Derby and ...
December 06, 2017
Four shippers from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, simply starting on Saturday's Clasico del Caribe card at Gulfstream Park represents an accomplishment.
December 04, 2017
The 2017 meeting is only two days old and already trainer Todd Pletcher has unveiled a potential prospect, Noble Indy, for the important 3-year-old stakes to be run here during the winter, including the $1 million Florida Derby.
Trainer Jorge Navarro had a huge day Saturday, not only winning the Grade 1 Cigar Mile with potential Pegasus starter Sharp Azteca at Aqueduct, but also the main event on Gulfstream's opening day, the $200,000 Claiming Crown Jewel, with Flowers for Lisa.
Stellar Wind has joined trainer Chad Brown's stable at Palm Meadows and on Sunday breezed for the first time in her new surroundings, an easy half-mile in 50 seconds.
December 02, 2017
Flowers for Lisa used his abundant speed to overcome an unlucky post position draw, leading throughout to register a 1 1/2-length decision over Flashy Jewel in the $200,000 Claiming Crown Jewel.
Mike Maker, who has won more Claiming Crown races than any other trainer in the history of the event, added to his record total and did so with a flourish in Saturday’s $125,000 Claiming Crown Emerald at Gulfstream Park.