News & Barn Notes

NYRA, Woodbine & Parx Join Saturday's Rainbow 6 Jackpot

Gulfstream Park announced today NYRA, Woodbine and Parx Racing will offer its customers the opportunity to wager on Saturday’s historic 10-cent Rainbow 6. 

Soldat Impressive In Palm Meadows Work

Fountain of Youth (G2) winner Soldat continued his preparation for the 137th Kentucky Derby (G1) Thursday morning when he worked five furlongs at Palm Meadows in :59.07. 

Rainbow 6 Holds Promise Of Multi-Million Bonanza

Anticipation is building at Gulfstream Park as the scheduled guaranteed payout of the Rainbow 6 jackpot on Saturday grows closer. As long as no one claims the $1.3 million-plus jackpot in the meantime, bettors will be scrambling to get a share of a bonanza that could grow as high as several million dollars. 

Free Rainbow 6 Seminar Saturday At Gulfstream

Gulfstream Park will offer patrons a 10-cent Rainbow 6 Seminar Saturday April 23 with analysts Ron Nicoletti, Jessica Pacheco, Ed Gray and guest Jim Mazur.  

Tar Heel Mom Wins Harmony Lodge, Solis Wins Four

By Ed Gray

Tar Heel Mom asserted her class over four rivals Sunday to score her second stakes triumph of the Gulfstream Park meeting with a 3 ½-length decision in the $75,000 Harmony Lodge. 

Miss Blakely Game In South Beach Victory

By Ed Gray

A steady early afternoon rainfall forced Gulfstream Park officials to switch seven of the eight turf races scheduled for Saturday’s 12-race program to the main track. Only the featured $60,000 South Beach Stakes was left on the yielding turf course, and trainer Joe Orseno couldn’t have been happier. 

'Macho Man' Set For Derby Journey After Final Gulfstream Work

By Ed Gray and Jack Will

An NBC film crew was on hand to film Mucho Macho Man’s final work at Gulfstream Park Saturday before trainer Kathy Ritvo ships her Kentucky Derby hopeful to Churchill Downs on Sunday.
 

Florida Derby Golf Tournament Raises More Than $50,000

The first annual Florida Derby Golf Tournament, held March 29 at Woodmont Country Club, raised more than $50,000 for thoroughbred retirement and injured jockey Eibar Coa. 

The Beat Goes On At Gulfstream Park

Although the annual exodus of horses and horsemen to other major tracks to the north has begun, Gulfstream Park’s record-setting 2011 meeting has maintained its momentum while producing large fields and high-quality races.
Bettors need look no further than Saturday’s card for proof of the sustaining power of Gulfstream’s 2011 racing program that has generated record handles. A grand total of 155 horses were entered for the 12-race card, which includes one stakes race, three allowance races and a pair of maiden special weight events.
 

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