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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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IL VILLANO ROMPS IN DAVE’S FRIEND STAKES


LAUREL, MD. 12-29-12---Chuck Russo’s Il Villano had it all his own way in the six-furlong, $100,000 Dave’s Friend Stakes, the co-feature this afternoon at Laurel Park.

Sent out to spar for the lead under Kendrick Carmouche for trainer Susan Crowell, the 3-year-old quickly emerged with the lead and went on to beat five of his elders by three lengths in 1:11.20 over the sloppy going. Immortal Eyes nipped Wolfcamp to finish second.





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GULFSTREAM TODAY


Lead: Trainer Bill White predicted early in the week that Kinsman Stable’s 4-year-old filly Sisterly Love would “answer the bell again” bidding to run her career record to three-for-three in Saturday’s $57,500 allowance race at Gulfstreram Park, and she did so in style.





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$100,000 OCALA QUOTES


Trainer Eddie Plesa Jr. (Successful Song): “We know she can go the distance. I told Joel (Rosario), ‘Take what they give you. With four horses in the race, you don’t know what the pace will be. If it’s slow, she can be on the lead; if it’s fast, she can lay off them.’ It was a riders’ race, as far as I was concerned, and he answered the call and won the way we hoped.





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Gulfstream Park News & Notes


Cor Cor to Seek Three in a Row in Old Hat
Little Distorted to Make Anticipated Debut in Spectacular Bid
I O Ireland Steps Up for the Ginger Brew
Horsemen Dinner To Honor Doug Donn Jan. 8





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$100,000 Mr. Prospector Quotes


Trainer Marty Wolfson (Indiano): “It was different this time just having a race in him. He should have won last year (when he finished third). He broke terrible. He’s a better horse than Action Andy. I knew that last time, but that horse was fresh and had been training at Tampa. My horse just got up there that day. I wasn’t worried about Action Andy today. I just thought

Jockey Luis Saez (Indiano): "My horse is very good and I put him in a good spot. John Velazquez (on Action Andy) tried to push us out a little, but I knew we would win this race."



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Tuesday, December 25 2012


STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN


• ‘DEAD MEN WALKING’ MALDONADO, LIPTON ALIVE AND WELL
• DRYSDALE HAS BC SPRINT RUNNER-UP SET FOR GRADE I MALIBU
• RENEESGOTZIP TACKLES CHAMP MY MISS AURELIA IN LA BREA
• TROUBLE-PRONE SMART ELLIS IN SIR BEAUFORT, RAIN OR SHINE





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GULFSTREAM TODAY


10-Cent Rainbow 6 Hit For $327,110.71

The Lead: It truly was a Happy Holiday for the Thoroughbred racing fan Sunday who hit Gulfstream's 10-Cent Rainbow 6.

The fan who had the only unique winning ticket with the last six winners on the 10-race program received $327,110.71. The winning numbers were 5-5-11-5-7-8. The ticket was purchased in California.

Gulfstream's unique 10-cent wager has climbed to as high as $5.1 million.





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