News & Barn Notes

Rule Makes Long-Anticipated Return in Saturday’s $100,000 Hal’s Hope

By Ed Gray

Rule, last seen finishing third in the Florida Derby (G1), begins his 4-year-old campaign Saturday in the $100,000 Hal's Hope (G3).

Soaring Empire Suited to the One Turn of Saturdays Hals Hope

By Ed Gray and Brian Skirka For

Romans-trained Pair Enter Stakes off Top Efforts

Get Stormy Fresh for Fort Lauderdale
Memorial Tonight for Jockey Benny Green

Gulfstream Opens Wednesday With $100,000 OId Hat Stakes

By Ed Gray For

Gulfstream Welcomes Back its Fans for 2011

By Ed Gray For

Gulfstream Park will inaugurate its 2011 Thoroughbred racing season Wednesday with a nine-race program highlighted by the $100,000 Old Hat (G3). 

Trainer Lisa Lewis Returns to Gulfstream

By Ed Gray For

Sacco Barn in Position to Fire Early and Often

Rule Set to Return to Action in Saturday’s Hal’s Hope

The Walder Blog

Trainer Peter Walder has become one of Gulfstream Park’s most popular and successful trainers the last several years. During the 2010 meet, 30 of Walder’s 61 starters finished first or second, and 61 percent were in the money.

Walder’s success has come with a mix of different horses, many of which he claims during the meet. Walder claimed 19 horses at Gulfstream last year for a total of $436,000. While he’s become a favorite with patrons, who regularly make Walder’s horses the favorite, he’s not always popular with the horsemen he claims from. 
During Gulfstream’s 2011 season, Walder will blog here at on his meet, the craft of claiming, and the ups-and-downs of being a trainer at one of the world’s premier thoroughbred meets.

Breakfast at Gulfstream Debuts Jan. 8

Public Invited To Watch Workouts, Meet Trainers And Jockeys

Calling Elvis

By Dave Joseph For

Cliff Collier laughs when he recalls his first meeting with jockey Elvis Trujillo.

Prominent Owner Edward P. Evans Dies at 68

By NYRA Communications
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