Business has been booming at Gulfstream Park since it reopened for racing on June 25.
According to an article in the Blood-Horse, track officials report all-sources handle for the July 4 holiday card was $3.3 million, its best total in the three days of racing the facility has had so far.
The magazine also reports that the number of horses stabled at the track has increased to 650. Many trainers that have been based at Calder have moved their horses over to Gulfstream, since officials from Calder have stated that any horses stabled at the track that race at Gulfstream will not be allowed to return to the plant.
Read more at the Blood-Horse
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