Clasico Del Caribe News Minute: Latin America’s ‘Breeders’ Cup’ Comes To U.S.

by | 12.05.2017 | 1:04pm
The flags of nine Latin America countries are flying this week at Gulfstream Park

This week marks the 50th running of the Clasico del Caribe, a race for top 3-year-olds in the Caribbean region of Latin America. For the first time ever, it's being held in the United States.

Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick are on the scene this week at Gulfstream Park to learn more about the event, the cultural traditions around it, and Latin America's influence on U.S. racing. Today, find out about the two Triple Crown winners competing in the race — one of them having to overcome a hurricane, the other we caught checking out his Triple Crown victory on a phone. Plus, a legendary trainer who's trying to win the Clasico for a fourth time with a horse whose family is steeped in the race's tradition.

Watch the Clasico del Caribe News Minute below.

  • Monrovia Damon

    What a bitchin’ event — can’t wait to watch it this weekend.

    • Terri Z

      I can’t wait to go there this Saturday.

  • Larry sterne

    Great piece.! Shows many people love good horse racing. Thxs

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