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Reviriego Makes Return to Training at Gulfstream Park

Jun 6, 2021
Hallawallah Dominates Bal Harbour on Drop from Graded Stakes
Live Racing Returns Friday

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Juan Reviriego, who trained Argentine Group 1 winners Lady Sprinter and Fitz Flag and trained in California from 2004-2009, is campaigning a small stable of horses at Gulfstream Park for the Spring/Summer Meet

Reviriego, who saddled Lady Sprinter for a start in the 2004 Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint (G1), saddled Meteorito ($2.60) for a victory in Sunday’s first race for Charlotte Racing Stable while notching his third winner of the meet.

A third-generation trainer, Reviriego galloped horses for Hall of Fame trainer Horatio Luro’s stable and worked at Chantilly before going back to his native country in 1974. He became a leading trainer with horses like triple Group 1 winner Poitiers in 1975-76.

Reviriego, whose horses are stable at Palm Meadows Training Center, has returned to training for the first time since 2009. Ironically, his last starters before this spring came in South Florida, where he saddled Lady Sprinter for a sixth-place finish in June of that year in the $75,000 U Can Do It Handicap at Calder Race Course.

Hallawallah Dominates Bal Harbour on Drop from Graded Stakes

Al Rashid Stables LLC’s Hallawallah responded to a drop from a graded stakes to an overnight handicap much to her liking Sunday at Gulfstream Park, where the 5-year-old daughter of Candy Ride unleashed an impressive front-running victory in the $60,000 Bal Harbour.

A return to graded-stakes company may very well be in Hallawallah’s immediate future, however, having stamped herself as a candidate for the $350,000 Princess Rooney (G2) on the July 3 Summit of Speed program at Gulfstream.           

The Juan Carlos Avila-trained mare, who was making her first start since finishing sixth in the 1 1/16-mile Royal Delta at Gulfstream Feb. 20, was always in control of the seven-furlong overnight handicap for fillies and mares on her way to a dominating 6 ¾-length score.

Ridden by Hector Berrios, Hallawallah ($6.80) ran seven furlongs in 1:22.

Racing Returns Friday

Live racing returns Friday at Gulfstream as work begins this week to install a Tapeta racing surface over what is currently the outer third portion on the turf course.

Silks will be open all week for simulcasting. Friday’s live program will have nine races, four on the turf, and a 5 ½ furlong maiden special weight event for 2-year-olds. The Rainbow 6 will have a guaranteed pool of $350,000.

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