Monday, August 29 2011


HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino announced today a $3 million capital improvement project that will include the installation of six new Daktronics boards throughout the facility, approximately 250 stadium seats in the Tiki Hut area, and the addition of the Trakus system to enhance video and instantaneously digitize races.

Gulfstream will replace the Barco board in its infield, the three around its walking ring and the two in its north and south towers with enhanced, higher resolution Daktronics LED displays. An additional LED board will be installed in the infield directly across from the Tiki Hut to give fans a better view of the races.

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Friday, August 05 2011


HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino has announced today its 2011-12 race meet will feature 53 stakes races (33 graded) worth $9 million, highlighted by the $1 million Florida Derby (G1) on Saturday, March 31.

The 1 1/8th mile Florida Derby, which has produced the winners of 40 Triple Crown events in its 60-year history, will highlight a program featuring seven stakes races worth a total of $1.86 million. Six of the seven races will be graded, including the $300,000 Gulfstream Park Oaks (G2).

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Thursday, June 16 2011

Gulfstream Announces Management Change

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino announced today Steve Calabro has resigned as president and general manager to pursue other interests and spend more time with his family, who are located in New Jersey.

Mike Couch, director of gaming, will maintain the day-to-day operations of the casino while Timothy Ritvo, VP of Racing, will assume the responsibilities of the day-to-day operations of the building.

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Monday, May 09 2011

Palm Meadows The Winter Home Of Another Kentucky Derby Winner

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – When Team Valor International’s Animal Kingdom won the 137th Kentucky Derby (G1) Saturday at Churchill Downs, he became the fifth horse in the last six years to win the Triple Crown event after wintering at Gulfstream’s state-of-the-art training facility Palm Meadows.

Six of the last nine Kentucky Derby winners have now wintered at Palm Meadows: Animal Kingdom (2011), Super Saver (2010), Big Brown (2008), Street Sense (2007), Barbaro (2006) and Funny Cide (2003).

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Thursday, April 28 2011

Florida Derby Winner Dialed In Breezes At Palm Meadows

BOYNTON BEACH, FL – Florida Derby (G1) winner and likely Kentucky Derby (G1) favorite Dialed In worked an easy half-mile Thursday morning at Palm Meadows in :48 2/5.

With trainer Nick Zito looking on, Dialed In worked over a nearly deserted track before fewer than 12 spectators. After breaking off a half-length behind stablemate Miner’s Escape, Dialed In finished three lengths in front as he went :12.09. :24.47 and :36.91 before galloping out in 1:01 2/5, according to Daily Racing Form clocker Mike Welsch.

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Tuesday, April 26 2011

Gulfstream Smashes All Handle & Attendance Records

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino announced today new standards were set in its state-of-the-art facility during its 2011 meet for on-track and total handle, attendance, field sizes and the number of races run over the turf during its 79-day race meet.

Gulfstream’s memorable race meet, which included 33 graded stakes races and more than $34 million in purses from Jan. 5 through April 24, included:

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Sunday, April 24 2011

Gulfstream Meeting Ends, Memories Linger

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – The 2011 thoroughbred meeting at Gulfstream Park was undeniably a spectacular artistic success, providing a program of 33 graded stakes that was supported by the most talented fields in memory from beginning to end.

Usually when a venture is labeled an artistic success, it’s used as an excuse to ease the disappointment of weak financial performance, but Gulfstream’s 79-day meeting proved that the adjectives, artistic and financial, are not mutually exclusive when it comes to business.

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Rainbow 6 Returns $3,279.26 To 1,311 Winning Tickets

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino’s 10-cent Rainbow 6 returned $3,279.26 Saturday to 1,311 winning tickets.

The winning numbers were 6-4-10-9-3-5. The winning horses were: Captain Crench ($10.40), Notonthesamepage ($10.20), Zero Rate Policy ($3.40), Performing ($5.80), Hariolus ($8.60), Rachel’s Girl ($22.80).

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Saturday, April 23 2011

Rainbow 6 Saturday Guaranteed To Be Worth Several Million

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park’s 10-cent Rainbow 6 is guaranteed Saturday to be worth a minimum of $1.5 million after there were no unique winning tickets on the wager Friday.

The entire pool of the Rainbow 6 will be dispersed Saturday. The pool is expected to be worth several million with the addition of New York Racing, all betting outlets in California, Woodbine and Parx Racing wagering into Saturday’s jackpot.

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Friday, April 22 2011


HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park announced today New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA), Woodbine and Parx Racing will offer its customers the opportunity to wager on Saturday’s historic 10-cent Rainbow 6.

The Rainbow 6 carryover, which is currently at $1.3 million, will have a mandatory dispersal Saturday if not hit Thursday or Friday. The carryover could grow to as high as several million come Saturday afternoon. The first race in the Rainbow 6, the seventh race, will go off at 4:15 p.m. To make sure no one gets shut out, Gulfstream will allow 50 minutes between the sixth and seventh races. Gulfstream will also allow its on-site patrons to wager on the Rainbow 6 with mutuel tellers as well as on self-service machines.

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Soldat Impressive In Palm Meadows Work

BOYNTON BEACH, FL – Fountain of Youth (G2) winner Soldat continued his preparation for the 137th Kentucky Derby (G1) Thursday morning when he worked five furlongs at Palm Meadows in :59.07.

“He went very well, looked great,” said trainer Kiaran McLaughlin, who watched the son of War Front gallop out six furlongs in 1:12.76. “He’s always worked well down here and that’s why we went back to the dirt (after finishing second Nov. 6 in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf). He’s been working well since December and January.”

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Monday, April 18 2011

Tar Heel Mom Best In The Harmony Lodge

HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Alex Rankin’s Tar Heel Mom, winner Jan. 15 of the Sugar Swirl (G3), drew off down the stretch Sunday to win the $75,000 The Harmony Lodge Handicap by 3 ½ lengths over the graded-stakes winner Hour Glass at Gulfstream Park.

Tar Heel Mom, a 6-year-old mare by Flatter trained by Stanley Hough and ridden by Alex Solis, covered six furlongs over a sloppy track in 1:09.97 and paid $3.40.

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