Sunday, December 08 2013
Garland of Roses Quotes
Leonard Dunne, assistant to Eddie Kenneally, winning trainer of Ullapool (No. 4): "She doesn't want company - she likes do it by herself and likes to be up there. When she hears horses behind her, her heart gets big. Like Irad [Ortiz] said, when he turned for home and the other [riders] were hitting them and slapping it woke her up and she went on about her business."
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Bayakoa Stakes GII Quotes
JOEL ROSARIO, BROKEN SWORD, Winner: "I thought I was going to be in front--I knew she had speed. I tried to take the lead because I know she likes to run like that. I knew it was a tough race, but hopefully we had something left turning for home. She really did it easy. She was pinning her ears back and forth. I was very comfortable turning for home and I thought we had a pretty good chance to win."
Hollywood Starlet GI Quotes
MARTIN GARCIA, STREAMING, Winner: "My filly was really sharp and I just let her break and was able to get a good position. I held my position outside and when I asked her to go she gave me more. She was very impressive."
Saturday, December 07 2013
Jackson Bend Seeks to Make Amends in Sunday’s Sunshine State
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Two starts after nearly winning a Grade1 stakes at Saratoga, Jackson Bend ran in the $150,000 Sunshine Millions Classic Preview at Gulfstream Park on Nov. 9, carrying the high expectations of the bettors and trainer Stanley Gold.
Gulfstream: Prospect Prospectus
Promising 2-year-olds Kick off Saturday's Gulfstream Card
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Gulfstream's Championship Meet has historically been a proving ground for youngsters from the nation's leading stables. Last winter, the speedy Verrazano was a stylish debut winner for trainer Todd Pletcher on New Year's Day, while eventual Kentucky Derby winner Orb started his rise to prominence for trainer Shug McGaughey in a first-level allowance on January 26. That day's card also featured another future star in Close Hatches, who aired in her unveiling for trainer Bill Mott and is a likely Eclipse Award finalist as champion 3-year-old filly.
Gulfstream News & Notes December 6
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Trainer Stan Gold regarded Grande Shores as one of his top 2-year-olds when the Jacks or Better Farm’s homebred launched his career in 2010.
After completing his juvenile season, in which he was stakes-placed, the son of Black Mambo was stricken with a major case of colitis that kept him away from the races for a year. Having recovered sufficiently to resume his racing career, Grande Shores’ performance on the track was clearly compromised by the effects of his illness.
GULFSTREAM TODAY 12.6.13
Castellano makes triumphant return to Gulfstream in defense of riding title
$1Million Claiming Crown highlights Saturday’s 10-race card
Russian jockey wins first race in United States
Friday, December 06 2013
Trainer Dallas Keen and Wife Establish Retirement Program
A KEEN EYE
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - A horse like Deputiformer might not be your typical headline maker, but the redoubtable gelding epitomizes the type of runner celebrated in Saturday’s Claiming Crown at Gulfstream Park.
Claiming Crown Returns To Champion Racing’s Most Enduring Competitors
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – The Claiming Crown will return to Gulfstream Park Saturday, marking the first major event of the South Florida track’s 2013-2014 Champions Meet.
Miss Mischief, Baby J take on elders in Garland of Roses
OZONE PARK, N.Y. - Miss Mischief and Baby J, a pair of 3-year-old fillies exiting stakes victories, will take on older runners when they compete in the $100,000 Garland of Roses on Saturday at Aqueduct Racetrack.
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STABLE NOTES - Thursday, December 5
ROSALIND, UNTAPABLE WORK FOR STARLET
Rosalind and Untapable, the top two contenders in Saturday’s $500,000-guaranteed Hollywood Starlet Stakes at 1 1-16 miles on Cushion Track, have completed their preparations for the Grade I.
UNBRIDLED’S NOTE MAKES BHP DEBUT IN TURF EXPRESS
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (December 5, 2013)—Unbridled’s Note, who was defeated by less than two lengths when fourth in the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint Nov. 2, will make his Betfair Hollywood Park debut in the $100,000 Hollywood Turf Express Sunday.