British Jockey to Compete During Championship Meet
Musical Romance to Race at Home of Musical Romance
Wednesday’s Rainbow 6 Gross Jackpot Pool Guaranteed at $400,000
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – British jockey Richard Kingscote is scheduled to make his Gulfstream Park debut Wednesday.
During Great Britain’s off-season for flat racing, the 36-year-old Kingscote will ride during Gulfstream’s Championship Meet. He has one mount, South Pointe Drive, in Race 5, a mile turf event for $35,000 claimers. The Michael Lerman-trained 8-year-old Quality Road gelding won for a $35,000 claiming tag at 40-1 three starts back.
G1 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile Runner-Up Turns in Another Solid Work
G1 Winners Art Collector, Super Corinto Breeze Sunday for PWC
Ivar, Fourth in G1 Breeders’ Cup Mile, Works for $1M Pegasus Turf
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Two-time Eclipse Award-winning trainer Brad Cox says he’s as expectant of a big performance on Jan. 28 by Gold Square LLC’s Cyberknife in Gulfstream Park’s $3 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) presented by Baccarat as he was with Knicks Go the past two years. Knicks Go won the 2021 Pegasus to kick off what proved to be a Horse of the Year campaign and was second last year behind Life Is Good, a finalist for 2022 Horse of the Year.
Hall of Fame Trainer, Luis Saez Team for 3 Wins
Rainbow 6 Gross Jackpot Pool Guaranteed at $400,000
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Hall of Fame trainer Todd Pletcher saddled a pair of promising 3-year-old debut winners Saturday at Gulfstream Park, where he and jockey Luis Saez teamed with three 3-year-old winners on an 11-race program.
Sweet Dani Girl Makes Successful Return in Filly & Mare Turf
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Lea Farms’ Grade 3 winner Lightning Larry jumped out to an early lead and repelled a challenge from defending champion Gatsby at the top of the stretch to post a front-running triumph in Saturday’s $75,000 Sunshine Sprint at Gulfstream Park.
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Three Diamonds Farm’s Atone uncorked his third straight bullet workout Saturday at Gulfstream Park in preparation for the $1 million Pegasus World Cup Turf (G1), powering five-eighths of a mile in 59.96 seconds for the fastest time of the morning for 48 works at the distance. The prior two weeks, Atone worked in 59.04 and 59.20.
Godolphin’s Clark (G1) Winner an Example of Patiencea
Skippylongstocking, O’Connor Back to Work for Pegasus World Cup
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Godolphin’s Clark (G1) winner Proxy had his last major workout Saturday before the $3 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (G1) presented by Baccarat Jan. 28 at Gulfstream Park, turning in another strong – if a bit eventful – performance at Fair Grounds Race Course in New Orleans.