The bay son of Tapit returned to the work tab for the first time since his victory with a five-furlong breeze in 1:04 at Payson Park for trainer Christophe Clement. â€œIt was a nice, easy maintenance work,â€ Clement said. â€œThere are two or three option
Willis Hortonâ€™s Will Take Charge, winner of Oaklawnâ€™s Smarty Jones and Rebel Stakes last year, is schedule to leave Monday for South Florida where he will make his seasonal debut as the 123 highweight in the Grade 1 Donn Handicap at Gulfstream Park Fe
Already a stakes winner at Laurel Park and Penn National, and stakes-placed at Belmont Park in the Grade 2 Matron, the daughter of Exchange Rate has shown incredible adaptability in her nascent career, hitting the board in all five of her starts at five d
She spotted the name, Groupie Doll, in the entries and liked Funny Sunnyâ€™s chances a little bit better. â€I had noticed her before and I remember saying, â€˜This one doesnâ€™t have any pedigree. We can beat her,â€™â€ recalled Pope Sunday morning on th
The son of Unbridled Song, who was named last yearâ€™s champion 3-year-old at the Eclipse Awards ceremony at Gulfstream Park last month, appeared alert and bright after his journey from Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Ark. â€œHe handled the trip great. Itâ€™
Winner of the Travers Stakes (G1), Clark Handicap (G1) and Pennsylvania Derby (G2) during his award-winning season for trainer D. Wayne Lukas, the chestnut is scheduled to arrive at Gulfstream on Tuesday. He will concede a minimum of four pounds to his ri
The agreements and agreements in principle with Cambridge, Chelsea, Lynn, Malden, Medford, Melrose and Salem will provide significant economic and community benefits along with local impact payments that total $3.75 million among the seven municipalities.
A winner last year of both the Palos Verdes and Grade II, seven furlong San Carlos Stakes at Santa Anita, Sahara Sky has been idle since winning the prestigious Grade I Metropolitan Mile Handicap on May 27 at Belmont Parkâ€”a race in which he earned a car
Bred and owned by E. Paul Robsham Stables, Travelin Man will break from post eight in a field of 11 older horses entered for the $75,000 Gulfstream Park Turf Sprint. In its fifth year, the GP Turf Sprint was won last year by Varsity in a stakes-record 54.
Sassicaia--named for the famed Tuscan wine--made headlines last March when he sold for $1.6 million at the Fasig-Tipton Florida Sale conducted at Palm Meadows. A son of Bernardini and the Forestry mare Hishi Aspen, the bay colt first went through the auct
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