News & Barn Notes

Soldat Back on Home Turf Sunday at Gulfstream Park

Soldat Back on Home Turf Sunday at Gulfstream Park

Cajun Breeze Probable for Gulfstream Park Handicap
Velazquez, Lezcano and Others Make Saturday Day Trip

Brendan Walsh Saddles First Winner

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Brendan Walsh, former assistant to Eddie Kenneally, saddled his first winner as a trainer when Mrs. James Moseley’s Sandcastle won the fifth race, a maiden special weight event, Friday afternoon at Gulfstream Park. 

Dialed In to Get Baptism by 'Fire' in 2012 Return

By Ed Gray

BOYNTON BEACH, FL – Dialed In will make his first start in more than eight months in Saturday’s seventh race at Gulfstream Park, but Hall of Fame trainer Nick Zito found no easy spot for his 2011 Florida Derby champion’s return in the $67,1000 optional claiming allowance.
 

Inspired & Indulgence Meet in Ladies Turf Sprint

By Jack Will

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Peter Blum Thoroughbreds’ 5-year-old mare Inspired is very fast and will be the one to catch in Sunday’s $60,000 Ladies Turf Sprint at Gulfstream Park while Silverton Hill Farm LLC’s 5-year-old mare Indulgence is a confirmed come-from-behind sprinter that can be expected to be closing fast in the stretch of the five-furlong dash.
 

Little Mike Will Have Big Following For Canadian Turf

By Ed Gray

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – The most fashionably bred, most well-connected horses with the most impeccable conformation parade through Gulfstream Park on a daily basis, but it’s a diminutive gelding with relatively obscure parentage that has become the racing fans’ most unlikely and beloved hero.
 

Florida Derby Hero Dialed In Returns in Saturday Allowance

By Jack Will

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Robert LaPenta’s Dialed In, winner of the Florida Derby (G1) at Gulfstream Park last year, is entered to make his 2012 season debut in a one-mile allowance test Saturday. It will be his first start since finishing fourth behind Shackleford and Animal Kingdom in the Preakness Stakes (G1) at Pimlico on May 21.
 

Little Mike & Data Link Clash in Canadian Turf Saturday

By Jack Will

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Priscilla Vaccarezza’s 5-year-old gelding Little Mike and Stuart Janney III’s 4-year-old Data Link are a combined eight wins from nine starts over the Gulfstream Park turf course over the last two seasons. They are set to face off for the first time as the likely choices in Saturday’s $150,000 Canadian Turf Stakes (G3) going one mile in a field of eight older horses. 

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