News & Barn Notes

Gulfstream Announces $10 Million Stakes Schedule

Record 61 Stakes, 33 Graded

$1 Million Florida Derby Headlines Seven Stakes on March 30
$1.3 million Florida Sunshine Millions Prelude to Eclipse Awards Ceremony Jan. 19
Inaugural Sophomore Soiree Jan. 1 to Feature Gulfstream Derby
$500,000 Donn Handicap Feb. 9 One of Two Grade I Races & Four Stakes
$400,000 Fountain of Youth & $250,000 Davona Dale Highlight Three Graded Stakes Feb. 23
$400,000 Holy Bull & $200,000 Forward Gal Share Billing Jan. 26
$850,000 Claiming Crown Featured Opening Day, Dec. 1

Point of Entry Tests Deeper Waters in Man O' War

By New York Racing Association

Point Of Entry Tests Deeper Waters in Man o' War

Musical Romance Highlights Summit of Speed

By Daily Racing Form

Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Sprint winner and Gulfstream's Inside Information winner Musical Romance headlines Saturday's Summit of Speed at Calder.

To Honor and Serve & 'Macho Man' Lead Accomplished Field for Saturday's $350,000 Suburban

By New York Racing Association

To Honor and Serve, Mucho Macho Man and Stay Thirty lead strong group in Saturday's Suburban at Belmont.

Eclipse Awards Set For January 19 at Gulfstream Park

Annual Event Moved to Saturday as Part of Eclipse Awards Champions Week 

Union Rags Rallies Up The Rail to Win Belmont

Phyllis Wyeth’s Fountain of Youth (G1) winner Union Rags, who suffered through troubled trips in the Florida Derby (G1) and Kentucky Derby (G1), gamely drove up the rail under jockey John Velazquez to win the 144st Belmont Stakes by a neck over the pacesetter Paynter. Atigun finished third. 

Dullahan Takes Favorite's Role for Belmont Stakes

By New York Racing Association

Donegal Racing's Dullahan, who spent his winter at Gulfstream and started his 3-year--old season with a secondplace finish in the Palm Beach Stakes (G3), takes over as favorite in Saturday's Belmont Stakes.

I'll Have Another Wraps Up Friday Training Early at Belmont

By New York Racing Association

ELMONT, N.Y. – Seeking to create a quieter experience on Friday for Triple Crown hopeful I’ll Have Another, trainer Doug O’Neill sent his charge to the track at 5:30 a.m. for a jog and gallop.
 

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