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Wednesday, January 16 2013


GULFSTREAM TODAY 1.16.13


Lead: Breeders' Cup Sprint (G1) winner Trinniberg arrived at Gulfstream Park on Wednesday after a two-month layoff spent at Crupi's New Castle Farm in Ocala. The 4-year-old is expected to resume training Monday, Jan. 21.

Trainer Shivananda Parbhoo has yet to set a date for Trinniberg’s next race. “Right now we’re focused on getting him back into training and making sure he’s healthy,” he said.





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Florida Sunshine Millions


Slews Answer & Bad Debt in Turf Rematch
Successful Song Favorite in Distaff
Romacaca & Hooh Why in Filly & Mare Turf Rematch
Emma’s Encore Makes Season Debut in Filly & Mare Sprint
Bahamian Squall Solid Choice in Sprint





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‘Macho Man’ & Ron the Greek in ‘Classic’ Rematch


HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - The Gulfstream Park racing season hits another gear Saturday with the highly-anticipated third clash between Reeves Thoroughbred Racing’s 5-year-old Mucho Macho Man and Brous Stable, Wachtel Stable and Jack Hammer’s 6-year-old Ron the Greek in the $400,000 Florida Sunshine Millions Classic.





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Gulfstream News & Notes


Ron The Greek Ready for ‘Classic’ Rematch
Zito Hopes Fort Loudon Goes Long in Classic
‘Mood’ is Set for Filly & Mare Sprint
Regalo Mia a Small Filly Ready for Big Race





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Tuesday, January 15 2013


$100,000 Hal’s Hope (G3) Quotes


Trainer Phil Gleaves (Csaba): "My first impression was that I thought he was kind of struggling down the backside. I thought he’d be laying close and going easier, but the fractions were solid, obviously.

"I’ve got to give all the credit to Luis Saez. He’s a brilliant rider. He’s going to do great in New York. He’s one of the best riders in the country.”





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Saturday, January 12 2013


Gulfstream Today: 1.11.13


Lead: The Gulfstream Park meet has been a good one so far for veteran horseman Eddie Plesa, Jr. as he made his seventh trip to the winners’ circle from 33 starters after Friday’s seventh race allowance feature, sending out Trilogy Stable and his wife Laurie’s 3-year-old filly Rosie Red for a wire-to-wire victory in the five-furlong turf dash.





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Gulfstream News & Notes


Casse Leads Delegation into Battle with Csaba in Hal’s Hope
Sisterly Love Has New Home at Palm Meadows
Fawkes Team Set for Sunshine Millions
Romacaca Can Cross Million Mark in Filly & Mare Turf





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Tuesday, January 08 2013


GULFSTREAM TODAY


The Lead: Corey Lanerie barely moved for the entire mile of the third race at Gulfstream Sunday afternoon as Harling’s Darling carried him to a 17-length victory while winning in a romp.

“I wish they were all like that. That was a lawn-chair ride there,” said Lanerie after Harling’s Darling won his second race in two starts at Gulfstream in the $15,000 claiming race. “Those come far and few between.”





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Gulfstream News & Notes


WinStar Takes Charge of ‘Indy’ for Donn Handicap
Auction Up and Running on Biddingforgood.Com





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Monday, December 31 2012


SANDPIPER WINNER COR COR TO CONTEST JAN. 1 GRADE III


OLDSMAR, FL. – Tampa Bay Downs will offer a full plate of simulcast wagering Monday and Tuesday to ring out 2012 and welcome 2013 before live racing resumes Wednesday with a 10-race card.

At Gulfstream Park on Tuesday – New Year’s Day – Cor Cor, who won the $75,000 Sandpiper Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs on Dec. 1, will compete in the Grade III, $100,000 Old Hat Stakes for 3-year-old fillies going six furlongs.





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STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN


• NO PLACE LIKE HOME FOR HOT-RIDING GARRETT GOMEZ
• POPULAR HORSEMEN RETURN TO SANTA ANITA TODAY





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NICOLE H AIMS FOR INTERBOROUGH THREEPEAT


OZONE PARK, N.Y. – At the age of 6, Nicole H will try to become the first mare to post three consecutive victories in the $75,000 Interborough Handicap when she faces seven other fillies and mares in the six-furlong race on New Year’s Day at Aqueduct Racetrack.

The 92nd running of the Interborough is one of two stakes on Tuesday’s holiday card along with the 141st running of the $75,000 Ladies Handicap. Also on New Year’s Day, The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) will hold its annual calendar promotion, in which racing fans can purchase and redeem $2 coupons for the calendar, which features photos of many of the best horses who competed at NYRA’s tracks in 2012.





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