HALLANDALE&nbsp;BEACH, Fla. - Doctor Peach led throughout to register an apparent victory in Thursday&rsquo;s $55,000 allowance feature at Gulfstream Park. Unfortunately for trainer Nick Zito, owner Joseph Moss, and the majority of fans who backed the red-hot son of Tiznow to 6-5, the stewards ultimately disqualified Doctor Peach for ducking out suddenly and impeding the unplaced Reservoir as the field passed the finish line for the first time in the 1 3/8-mile optional claiming race.\r\nZito said jockey Jose Lezcano felt Doctor Peach briefly lost his concentration and shied away from a large flower arrangement that sits adjacent to the inner rail right at the finish line.\r\n&ldquo;Naturally I&rsquo;m disappointed, because I felt we ran the best horse and what happened really wasn&rsquo;t the fault of either the horse or the rider,&rdquo; said Zito early Thursday evening. &ldquo;I also feel bad for my owner and all the people who bet on Doctor Peach today.&rdquo;\r\nBlues Street needs more time\r\nOne horse conspicuous by his absence here this weekend was Blues Street, who was expected to be one of the favorites in Saturday&rsquo;s Grade 1 Gulfstream Park Turf following his game second-place finish behind Little Mike in the Grade 3 Ft. Lauderdale earlier in the meet. But trainer Todd Pletcher opted to pass the race to give Blues Street the opportunity to defend his title in the Grade 3 Fair Grounds Handicap on Feb. 19.\r\n&ldquo;His work on Monday was not what I was looking for and I just felt he needed more time,&rdquo; said Pletcher. &ldquo;The Gulfstream Park Handicap came up a good spot for a Grade 1 race, but the extra two weeks was the key to my decision to wait and go to the Fair Grounds instead.&rdquo;\r\n◗ Soaring Empire, winner of the Grade 3 Hal&rsquo;s Hope on Jan. 5, worked five furlongs in :59.50 and galloped out three parts of a mile in 1:14 here on Friday. Soaring Empire will make his next start in Saturday&rsquo;s Grade 2 Gulfstream Park Sprint Handicap.