Hal's Hope Handicap
The Hal's Hope Stakes is a Thoroughbred horse race run at Gulfstream Park located in Hallandale Beach, Florida. A Grade III race for horses four-years-old and up, the one-turn event is set at a distance of 1 mile (8 furlongs) and offers a purse of $100,000.
Inaugurated as the Creme Fraiche Handicap in honor of the 1985 Belmont Stakes winner, Creme Fraiche, the race was renamed in 2003 for its 2002 winner, Hal's Hope, a Florida-bred who won the 2000 Grade I Florida Derby, the 2002 Grade I Gulfstream Park Handicap, and the 2000 Holy Bull Stakes.
Gulfstream Park Graded Stakes Races
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