clásico del caribe

Irad Ortiz ‘Enjoying The Moment’ With Four Consecutive Winners Saturday

Jockey Irad Ortiz Jr., spending his first full winter in South Florida, rode the winner of four straight races on Saturday, capped by Economic Model’s triumph in the $100,000 Hal’s Hope (G3). Ortiz began his streak aboard Ousby ($8.60) in Gulfstream Park’s ninth race, and followed with wins on Penalty ($29.80) in the 10th and Uncle B […]

Continue reading
Giving Him One More Shot: Clasico Del Caribe Starter El Kurdo Returns In H. Allen Jerkens

After El Kurdo finished second in the $100,000 Clasico Invitacional del Caribe at Gulfstream Park Dec. 9, the immediate plan was for Stud David Y Daniel’s Kentucky-bred campaigner to return to Ecuador Jan. 8. El Kurdo is still scheduled to make his flight to Ecuador a week from Monday but not before the 6-year-old son […]

Continue reading
The Friday Show Presented By Cal Racing Cares: What Now For California Racing?

It’s been one of the most devastating weeks one can imagine for horse racing, in particular, California’s equine industry. The massive outpouring of support and assistance in recent days reminds us how tight-knit and collaborative this sport can be. But with the at least temporary loss of stabling at San Luis Rey Downs and tragic […]

Continue reading
Coltimus Prime Atropella Con Exito Para Darle A Panamá La Copa Invitacional Para Importados

Coltimus Prime había logrado un solo triunfo en 2017: el Clásico Presidente de la República (G1) en el Hipódromo Presidente Remón de Panamá. El seisañero hijo de Milwaukee Brew regresó a los Estados Unidos para darle a su propietario, el ex jinete René Douglas, otra victoria de importancia, esta vez en la Copa Invitacional ($91,200), […]

Continue reading
Jaguaryu Resulta Muy Superior A Sus Rivales Al Ganar Por Amplio Margen La Copa Dama Del Caribe

Aun cuando se esperaban competencias muy equilibradas en la Serie Hípica del Caribe, la prueba inicial no resultó para nada pareja. La potranca mexicana Jaguaryu superó a sus rivales en una soberbia demostración de superioridad, logrando una cómoda victoria por 7¾ cuerpos en la Copa Dama del Caribe ($124,000), la primera de las cinco competencias […]

Continue reading
Partida Y Adios: Master Supreme Gana De Punta A Punta Para Venezuela La Copa Velocidad Del Caribe

Venezuela envió tres potros a la Copa Velocidad del Caribe ($114,200) en Gulfstream Park. Dos de ellos fueron los más buscados a la hora de apostar. El tercero, quizás sin publicidad alguna y obviado por la mayoría, terminó siendo el ganador. Cotizado 11/1, Master Supreme, un nieto de Storm Cat a través de su padre […]

Continue reading
Irad Ortiz’s Clasico Del Caribe Win Earns Jockey Of The Week Title

After winning multiple stakes on Caribbean Cup Day and topping the leaderboard by every measure, Irad Ortiz, Jr. is the Jockeys’ Guild Jockey of the Week for the week ending December 10, 2017. The award is voted on by a panel of experts for riding accomplishments by members of the Jockeys’ Guild, the organization which […]

Continue reading
El Tigre Mono Completa Su Hazaña Caribeña Con Dramático Triunfo En La Copa Confraternidad

Dos caballos iban en pos de una hazaña. Uno de ellos le quitó el manjar de la boca al otro. Es la historia del panameño El Tigre Mono, buscando ser el cuarto ejemplar en ganar el Clásico del Caribe y la Copa Confraternidad; y el puertorriqueño Arquitecto, que intentaba convertirse en apenas el segundo caballo […]

Continue reading
Mexico’s Jala Jala Bests Boys By Nine Lengths In Clasico Del Caribe

Mexico’s Jala Jala ran away with a nine-length victory in Saturday’s $300,000 Clasico del Caribe presented by Fasig-Tipton at Gulfstream Park, giving jockey Irad Ortiz Jr. three stakes victories in the $600,000 Clasico Internacional del Caribe. The Clasico del Caribe, a 1 1/8-mile race for 3-year-olds, concluded the five-race Clasico Internacional del Caribe that was hosted outside […]

Continue reading
Total Handle Soars As Gulfstream Hosts First Clasico Internacional Del Caribe

Noisemakers, drum circles, fans singing anthems, wearing the colors of their countries and waving national flags. The Clasico Internacional del Caribe, the premier Thoroughbred event in Latin America and the Caribbean, arrived for the first time in 50 years in North America Saturday and it was a hit at Gulfstream Park. The highlight of the five-race Clasico […]

Continue reading
Twitter Twitter
Paulick Report on Instagram