Saturday, December 13 2014
Queens County Quotes
Mike Repole, winning owner of Micromanage (No. 1a) and third-place finisher Misconnect (No. 1): "It's like being a 13-year-old kid again. I love it here at Aqueduct. We really didn't want to run the two horses together, we kind of wanted to split them up. [But] they were both training really, really well, and if they're both going to stay here, this is the spot. I thought Misconnect ran really, really well and Micro, getting off the turf and back to the dirt, at a mile-and-an-eighth, is really, really good. Manny Franco rode him very well for the first time he rode him. They'll stay in New York. There's another stakes on January 19 [$100,000 Jazil]. They'll get a little bit of a break over the holidays and bring them back in January."
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Sunday, December 07 2014
Atreides Rebounds with Sharp Score in Aventura Handicap
Hal’s Hope (G3) Next for Marty Wolfson-Trained Colt
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Atreides maintained his perfect record at Gulfstream Park in Sunday’s $50,000 Aventura Handicap, posting a 4 ½-length victory while rebounding from his only career loss..
Changes To Sunshine Millions
Gulfstream And FTBOA Announce Changes To Sunshine Millions
Maryland, New York and Pennsylvania State Breds Now Eligible
Some Purses to be Reallocated to Florida Sire Stakes
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Gulfstream Park and the Florida Thoroughbred Breeders' and Owners' Association (FTBOA) announced today the reallocation of $350,000 from the Sunshine Millions to other Florida-bred stakes races during the remainder of the year.
Gulfstream Today 12.7
Grade 1 Winners Among 107 Nominations for Weekend Stakes
Pletcher Maiden Knocks Out Debut Victory
Jockey Nunez OK Following Paddock Incident
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Grade 1 winners Constitution, Danza and Lochte are among the 107 horses nominated to a quartet of December 13 stakes that highlight the second weekend of racing during Gulfstream Park’s Championship Meet.
Saturday, December 06 2014
Catholic Cowboy Gives Zito Second Claiming Crown Jewel
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Nick Zito is best known to Gulfstream Park fans as a trainer of Kentucky Derby winners, but the Hall of Fame trainer was the King of the Claimers Saturday for the second year in a row.
$200,000 Claiming Crown Jewel Quotes
Trainer Nick Zito (Catholic Cowboy) – “Gulfstream is always good to us. We were talking today, my son Alex and I, about how Gulfstream’s been good to us the past decade, longer than that. It’s always been a good luck track for us. Our horse seemed to like it.
“What I need to do is try to win another Kentucky Derby. But at the end of the day, if this is what the Good Lord wants, and I can win these things every year, it’s not so bad.
Atreides Aiming For Successful Return in $50,000 Aventura
Sensational Sophomore Unbeaten at Gulfstream Park
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Stakes-winning sophomore Atreides makes his return to South Florida as co-highweight in the $50,000 Aventura Handicap that highlights Sunday’s 10-race card at Gulfstream Park.
Friday, December 05 2014
BLACKOUT OF MONARCH TRACKS
STATEMENT REGARDING THE MID-ATLANTIC COOPERATIVE’S BLACKOUT OF MONARCH TRACKS
ARCADIA, CA - To those customers unable to wager on Monarch product this weekend at Mid-Atlantic simulcast locations:
Monarch and its member racetracks very much regret that customers are currently not able to watch and wager on Monarch tracks at simulcast locations that are part of the Mid-Atlantic Cooperative. The Mid-Atlantic Cooperative is a group of 23 racetracks that purchase simulcast content together. Monarch has done everything possible to try to ensure that signals remain on during our negotiations with the Mid-Atlantic Cooperative. In fact, Monarch has offered several times to extend the current terms of our simulcast agreement with the Mid-Atlantic tracks while negotiations continue in order that customers not be inconvenienced. However, the Mid-Atlantic Cooperative has refused to accept any extension, and has voluntarily ceased taking Monarch signals.
Gulfstream Park News & Notes - Fri 12/5
Breen Looking for Glass Slipper to Fit Rebecca's Sunrise
Servis Ready for Busy Saturday at Gulfstream Park
Consistent Florida-Bred Grande Shores Tackles $110,000 Rapid Transit
New Claim Frontier Warrior Takes Win Streak Into $110,000 Express
BOYNTON BEACH, FL – Trainer Kelly Breen will be the first to admit that he’s still getting to know 4-year-old Rebecca’s Surprise, a filly he claimed this summer at Monmouth Park and who looks to be a top contender in Saturday’s $110,000 Glass Slipper Stakes, part of the $1 million Claiming Crown on opening day of Gulfstream Park’s 76th annual Championship Meet.
Championship Meet Begins Saturday at Gulfstream Park
$1 Million Claiming Crown Highlights 10-Race Program
Breakfast at Gulfstream Set for Saturday 7-10 a.m.
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – The Thoroughbred sport’s most celebrated jockeys, trainers and horses have returned to Gulfstream Park for Saturday’s Opening Day of the 2014-2015 Championship Meet
Thursday, December 04 2014
Saturday’s $1 Million Claiming Crown
Ramseys Looking to Have More Fun in Saturday’s $1 Million Claiming Crown
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Owners Ken and Sarah Ramsey compete at the very highest level of the Sport of Kings, but they have hardly forgotten their roots in the claiming ranks. Although their names and horses are closely linked with major stakes throughout the calendar year, the Ramseys have continued to thoroughly enjoy playing the claiming game.
Wednesday, December 03 2014
Opening Day at Gulfstream Park
$1 Million Claiming Crown Highlights Opening Day at Gulfstream Park
Eight Stakes Set to Kick off Championship Meet Saturday
Ribo Bobo Among 110 Entered for 16th Annual Event
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park will celebrate its 76th anniversary meeting Saturday while playing host to the $1 million Claiming Crown, an annual eight-stakes tribute to Thoroughbred racing’s most enduring performer, the claiming horse.