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I'll Have Another Wins the 138th Kentucky Derby


I'll Have Another First

Bodemeister Second

Dullahan Third

Kentucky Derby Oaks Notes (5.3.2012)

By John Asher | Brisnet Editorial

Gulfstream Stars Among Favorites for Derby 138

When post positions were drawn Wednesday for the 138th Kentucky Derby, the list of favorites for the Run for the Roses at Churchill Downs looked very much like a stable list for Gulfstream Park or Palm Meadows.

Gulfstream Oaks Winner Grace Hall 5-2 favorite in Friday's Kentucky Oaks

By Courier-Journal

Gulfsrteam Park Oaks (G2) winner Grace Hall is the 5-2 favorite for Friday's $1 million Kentucky Oaks. Broadway's Alibi, a winner of Gulfstream's Froward Gal (G2), is the co-second choice at 4-1. 

Biggest Gulfstream Stars Ready for Kentucky Derby

When the starting gates open Saturday for the 138th Kentucky Derby (G1), half of the 20 starters will have raced and/or wintered on Gulfstream Park property, including Florida Derby (G1) winner Take Charge Indy, Fountain of Youth (G2) winner Union Rags and Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) champ Hansen.

Borel Finds his Horse in Florida Derby Winner Take Charge Indy

By Courier-Journal

Jockey Calvin Borel seeks his fourth Kentucky Derby victory aboard Florida Derby winner Take Charge Indy. 

Leparoux Seeks Derby Victory With Union Rags

By Courier-Journal

Jockey Julien Leparoux, who spent the winter competing at Gulfstream Park and rode Union Rags to victory in the Fountain of Youth (G2), is looking to capture his first Kentucky Derby Saturday at Churchill Downs. 

Florida Derby Winner Take Charge Indy Keeps Byrne Smiling

BOYNTON BEACH, FL – After watching Florida Derby (G1) winner Take Charge Indy work five furlongs easily Thursday morning at Palm Meadows in 1:00 2/5, trainer Pat Byrne lowered his binoculars as the colt was galloping out and said to a handful of onlookers on the clocker’s stand, “There you go. How do you like those apples?” 

Velazquez, Ghostzapper Lead Hall of Fame Class

By Thoroughbred Times

John Velazquez, who spends the winter at Gulfstream, and 2004 Horse of the Year Ghostzapper will be inducted into the National Racing Hall of Fame in August along with trainers Roger Attfield and Robert Wheeler.

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