Gulfstream

Gunnevera Missed Training Due To Foot Bruising, Out Of Whitney

Gunnevera has not worked since June 15 at Gulfstream Park West, and drf.com reports that the Antonio Sano trainee missed several weeks of training with a foot bruise. “I had to give him a little break due to a bruising in one of his hind feet, but he is scheduled to work again tomorrow,” Sano said. […]

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Venezuelan, Former Veterinarian Lichoa Saddles First Gulfstream Stakes Winner

Alfredo Lichoa had always been around horses, from his time as a veterinarian in Venezuela to his years spent as a farm manager and thoroughbred consultant in Ocala. But it wasn’t until Saturday that the 56-year-old trainer recorded his first stakes victory when Lady Alida won the $75,000 Treasure Coast at Gulfstream Park at odds […]

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Friday’s Stronach 5 Rewards 79 Bettors With $1,640

Friday’s Stronach 5, featuring races from Laurel Park and Gulfstream Park, rewarded 79 bettors with $1,640.30. The Stronach 5, featuring a $100,000 guaranteed pool, industry-low 12-percent takeout, and free past performances, kicked off at Laurel Park with Top Czar winning the eighth race and returning $8.20. Favorites won the next three races before the sequence […]

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Venezuelan Francisco D’Angelo Saddles First U.S. Stakes Winner At Gulfstream

Francisco D’Angelo, a multiple-stakes winning trainer in Venezuela, celebrated his first stakes win in the U.S. Saturday after Cowboy’s Hero scored by 1 ¾ lengths in the $75,000 Mecke Stakes at Gulfstream Park. The 51-year-old D’Angelo, a former leading trainer in Venezuela before venturing to South Florida in 2015, has been a multiple stakes-placed trainer […]

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Gulfstream’s Rainbow 6 Hit For $173,583

Gulfstream Park’s 20-cent Rainbow 6 was hit Saturday by one bettor for $173,583.90. The Rainbow 6 was last hit June 27 for $3.151 million. Saturday’s sequence ended with longshot Blind Ruckus ($54.60) winning the 12th and final race of the sequence. Blind Ruckus was one of two live tickets going into the last leg. The […]

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Stronach 5: Single Winner Takes Home $131,942

There was one winning ticket in Friday’s Stronach 5, and that ticket was worth a whopping $131,942.80. The Stronach 5 began and ended with favorites, but the three races between brought big payoffs. Friday’s sequence started with favored Gunslinger winning the eighth race at Laurel Park. Longshots then lit up the sequence with Boom Boom […]

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‘Come Back Strong’: Returning From Injury, Zayas Tops Gulfstream’s Spring Meet

Exactly six months after seeing his Championship Meet end with a serious leg injury, jockey Edgard Zayas celebrated as the leading rider at Gulfstream Park’s 2019 spring meet, which ended Sunday. Zayas, who turned 26 June 27, completed the 54-day stand with 70 victories, 13 more than runner-up Emisael Jaramillo (57). The native of Rio […]

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Half-Brother To G1 Winner Jackson Bend Scores Sunday Stakes Win

Jacks or Better Farm’s Positively Awesome remained undefeated Sunday at Gulfstream Park, where the 2-year-old homebred colt did his family proud with a 2 ¾-length triumph in the $75,000 Kodiak Island. The Florida-bred son of Awesome of Course established himself as a leading contender for the upcoming FTBOA Florida Sire Stakes series in the 5 […]

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Diamond Oops ‘Better’ On Dirt, Sparkles In Smile Sprint Triumph

Multiple stakes winner Diamond Oops, back on dirt after two failed tries over turf, came with a steady run on the far outside to reel in pacesetting favorite Jalen Journey and edge clear late for a three-quarter-length victory in Saturday’s $250,000 Smile Sprint (G3) at Gulfstream Park. The Smile Sprint for 3-year-olds and up was […]

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Stormy Embraces Defends Princess Rooney Title To Earn Another Shot At Breeders’ Cup

Matalona Thoroughbreds LLC’s Stormy Embrace earned a shot at Breeders’ Cup redemption Saturday when the 5-year-old daughter of Circular Quay defended her title in the $250,000 Princess Rooney (G2) at Gulfstream Park. The Princess Rooney, a seven-furlong Breeders’ Cup ‘Win and You’re In’ stakes for fillies and mares, co-headlined Saturday’s Summit of Speed program with […]

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