Thursday, August 10 2017

Friday’s Twilight Card Offers $80,343 Rainbow 6 Carryover Jackpot

French Quarter Seeks Breakthrough in Saturday’s Trinniberg
Zayas, Rios Closing in on Milestones; Gaffalione Wins Four

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL –The 20-cent Rainbow 6 Carryover Jackpot rose to $80,343.55 for Friday’s twilight program at Gulfstream Park when the popular multi-race wager went unsolved Thursday.

Multiple tickets with all six winners were each worth $936.30.

The Rainbow 6 carryover jackpot is paid out only when there is a single unique ticket sold with all six winners. On days when there is no unique ticket sold, 70 percent of that day’s pool goes back to those bettors holding tickets with the most winners while 30 percent is carried over to the jackpot pool.

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Wednesday, August 09 2017

Saratoga Race Course Notes 8/9

Practical Joke on point for G1 H. Allen Jerkens; Brown still pondering Travers contingent
• Good Samaritan, Always Dreaming among G1 Travers contenders on target to breeze this weekend
• Mind Your Biscuits expected to breeze on Friday, could target G1 Forego
• Frostmourne out of Secretariat; Best Performance likely for repeat Spa appearance
• Rice readies runners for second half of meet

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Atop the Saratoga leader board with 17 wins heading into Wednesday's card, trainer Chad Brown remained focused on capturing his second consecutive meet title while beginning to finalize plans for his stakes contenders heading into Travers week.

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Tuesday, August 08 2017

Arrogate Drills Seven Furlongs in 1:25.20 Tuesday at Del Mar

Working on his own with jockey Martin Garcia in the tack, superstar Arrogate clipped off a solid seven-furlong drill in 1:25.20 Tuesday at Del Mar as trainer Bob Baffert and regular rider Mike Smith looked on from the track’s grandstand.

The big, gray colt broke off from the five-furlong pole at 7:55 on an overcast morning and worked about five lanes out from the rail. Track clockers caught him in splits of :25.20, :37.20, :48.40, 1:00.60 and 1:12.60 along the way. He was timed on the gallop out in 1:38.20. The son of Unbridle’s Song easily moved past a pair of unrelated workers down on the rail in the stretch and kept to his business. Garcia gave him a bit of encouragement toward the end of the work.

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Saturday, July 22 2017

Lady Eli returns to Saratoga winner’s circle in G1 Diana finish

SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Sheep Pond Partners' Lady Eli produced another memorable effort at historic Saratoga Race Course, running down Quidura in the final strides to win the 79th running of the Grade 1, $500,000 Diana for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up on Saturday.

Lady Eli outlasted Quidura by a head, completing 1 1/8 miles on the Mellon turf course in 1:46.17 to win her second consecutive Grade 1 start - building on her Gamely effort on May 27 at Santa Anita - and her fourth overall.

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Sunday’s Rainbow 6 Carryover Jackpot Swells to $321,979

Gunnevera Fires Another Bullet in Gulfstream Park West Work
Vasquez Rides Four Consecutive Winners

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – The 20-cent Rainbow 6 went unsolved for the 14h straight racing day at Gulfstream Park Saturday, leaving a $321,979.03 carryover jackpot for Sunday’s 11-race program (First-race post is set for 1:15 p.m.).

Multiple tickets with six winners were each worth $9,671.34.

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Monday, July 17 2017

Gulfstream Park - Thursday Rainbow 6 Carryover Jackpot Stands at $251,865

Silks Open Wednesday for Full-Card Simulcasting
Jaramillo, Zayas Both Visit Winner’s Circle Three Times

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – The 20-cent Rainbow 6 went unsolved for the 11th straight racing day at Gulfstream Park Sunday, producing a $251,865.44 carryover jackpot for Thursday’s program.

Multiple tickets with six winners were each worth $815.18.

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Saturday, July 15 2017

Top Australian Horse Racing Coming Up in 2017

Australian Horse Racing: a National Pastime

Australia’s oldest sporting activity is horse racing. Since the early days of this former British colony, racing has been enjoyed by people from all walks of life. Today Australia boasts over 400 tracks –more than any other nation.

It is estimated that fixed-odds betting on Australian horse racing has grown significantly over the last few years -- from $14.3 billion wagered in 2009 to $22 billion today, according to TAB. Racing is responsible for the permanent employment of tens of thousands of Australians both directly and in associated industries.

Furthermore, almost every Australian adult (99.9%) has participated in the third most attended spectator sport in the country., even if they only bought a ticket for a small bet in the office round-up for the Melbourne Cup.


Thursday, July 13 2017

Dancer Memorial next for award-winning Walner

If Walner’s six rivals last week felt as though they were run over when the returning Dan Patch Award winner made his seasonal debut with a 7-1/2 length victory in 1:51.1, it’s no wonder.

“You sit behind him and it feels like you’re driving a Corvette with a Mack truck engine,” Walner’s driver, Tim Tetrick, said after the win. “He’s ready to rock.”

Walner’s time, which came in a conditioned race at the Meadowlands, equaled filly Ariana G’s mark for the fastest mile by a 3-year-old trotter this year. Walner returns to action Saturday when he competes in the first of two divisions of the Stanley Dancer Memorial for 3-year-old male trotters at the Meadowlands.

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Friday, July 07 2017

Multiple Stakes Winners Among $100,000 Stormy Blues Nominees

Richest Race of Laurel Summer One of Three Turf Stakes Saturday July 15
G3 Pimlico Special Winner Shaman Ghost Returns Saturday at Belmont

LAUREL, MD – Multiple turf stakes winner Morticia and Madam Dancealot, a Group 3 grass winner in England last fall, are among 10 stakes winners from 25 horses nominated to the $100,000 Stormy Blues Saturday, July 15 at Laurel Park.

The 5 ½-furlong Stormy Blues for 3-year-old fillies is the richest event on Laurel’s summer stakes calendar and one of three stakes on the day to be run over its world-class turf course. It is joined by the $75,000 Caveat for 3-year-olds and the $75,000 Pearl Necklace for 3-year-old fillies, both at 1 1/16 miles and restricted to Maryland-bred/sired horses.

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Belmont Park Notes 7/7

Maturing Seymourdini eyes G1 Forego at the Spa; Matt King Coal ready for Saturday's G2 Suburban
• Unified, Shaman Ghost all set for Stars & Stripes assignments
• Versatile Called To The Bar fully stocked for G1 Belmont Derby
• Apple Betty, Summersault square off in River Memories
• Tumbler giveaway for Stars & Stripes Day

ELMONT, N.Y. - Iris Smith's Seymourdini is doing well after his impressive victory in Monday's State Dinner at Belmont Park, trainer Linda Rice said.

The son of Bernardini, who was purchased at auction as a 2-year-old for $900,000, won by an impressive 10 ½ lengths to improve to 3-for-3 in his 4-year-old campaign, including back-to-back wins against allowance company at Laurel Park.

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Wednesday, July 05 2017

Tyler Gaffalione Rides Track Record-Equaling Seven Winners

Rising Star Shares Record with Hall of Famer Jerry Bailey
Adorable Miss Makes Victorious Return in $100,000 Martha Washington
General McCooby Registers Upset in $100,000 Not Surprising Stakes

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Jockey Tyler Gaffalione celebrated the Fourth of July with his own brand of fireworks, riding seven winners Tuesday at Gulfstream Park.

Thoroughbred racing’s burgeoning star equaled the Gulfstream record held by Hall of Famer Jerry Bailey.

Bailey rode seven winners on the March 11, 1995 Florida Derby Day program, missing an eighth visit to the winner’s circle when he and Suave Prospect fell a nose short of beating Thunder Gulch in the Florida Derby (G1).

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Strong field takes shape for G1 Belmont Derby Invitational

ELMONT, N.Y. - A field of 11 will go to the gate for a strongly competitive edition of the Grade 1, $1.2 million Belmont Derby Invitational at 1¼ miles on the inner turf as the main event on Saturday's Stars & Stripes Racing Festival program at Belmont Park.

Amerman Racing's Oscar Performance will look for his second straight victory after a 1 ½-length win in the 1 1/8-mile Grade 3 Pennine Ridge on June 3. The Kitten's Joy ridgling worked 59.95 seconds over the firm Widener turf course on Sunday morning in his final preparation for Saturday's Derby. Trainer Brian Lynch said he's confident his speedy colt will give a good display of his talent this Saturday.

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