Saturday, January 18 2014
Gulfstream: $150,000 Sunshine Millions Filly & Mare Sprint
Trainer Eddie Kenneally (Ullapool): “We expected a big effort. She’s good right now. We really thought she’d run a big race. We were happy with the way she came into the race.”
Gulfstream: Sunshine Millions Filly & Mare Turf Quotes
Trainer Rodolfo Garcia (Parranda): “It was excellent. He (Jose Lezcano) did everything right. She finished great. As of late, she wants to be closer. She used to [come from] way off the pace. She likes to be on the outside. He (Lezcano) waited until he could go to the outside, and from there I knew she was going to close like she did. We got an A-effort ride, and a perfect win.
“We’re going to consider our options. We have a couple of races here at Gulfstream and we’ll consider them. We’ll give her four or five week’s rest before we go into the next one.”
Gulfstream: $300,000 Sunshine Millions Quotes
Trainer Todd Pletcher (Sweet N Discreet): “It unfolded sort-of how we thought it would. We were able to get into a good, comfortable spot and pop outside and get into a nice rhythm down the backside. She was traveling really well. It looked like he went into the far turn with a lot of horse and decided to blow the race open right there, and he was able to do it.”
Stakes Recap: Grade III Lecomte Stakes
LOUISIANA-BRED VICAR’S IN TROUBLE WINS G3 LECOMTE
NEW ORLEANS (January 18, 2014) – Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s Louisiana-bred Vicar’s in Trouble, a well-regarded second choice in the wagering in Saturday’s Grade III Lecomte Stakes on Road to the Derby Day at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots, became the first Louisiana-bred horse since One Tough Cat in 1987 to win the first leg of a three-race series that will conclude with the $1 million Louisiana Derby on March 29 at the Crescent City oval.
Robby Albarado (jockey, winner Unbridled Forever): “She is a phenomenal filly. She’s got a lot of buttons to her. Dallas has been very high on her from the start. I’ve never gotten on her in the mornings, only in the three races. She’s been exceptional every race. I’d like to congratulate Mr. Fipke. He’s done a lot for racing and deserves one like this. I don’t feel like we know the depth of her yet. Obviously a nice filly today, Larry Jones filly, hung in there tough. I think there is more to her.
Friday, January 17 2014
Gary Stevens’ Return ‘Eclipses’ Expectations
Jockey Returns to Gulfstream to Ride For First Time in 12 Years
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gary Stevens got his first look at the new Gulfstream Park last winter when he attended the annual Eclipse Awards dinner.
On Saturday, the 50-year-old Hall of Fame jockey will return to Gulfstream with an entirely different perspective.
Gulfstream Park News & Notes - Fri 1/17
Parranda Stands Solid Chance in Filly & Mare Turf
Wildcat Red Works For Holy Bull
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - The progressive Parranda stands a solid chance to record the biggest payday of her career in the $150,000 Sunshine Millions Filly & Mare Turf on Saturday at Gulfstream Park. The chestnut has won four of nine starts over this course, including her career debut as a 3-year-old in February, and will get the firm conditions on which she flourishes.
We Miss Artie Back To Turf In $100,000 Kitten’s Joy
Grade 1 winner to make Sophomore Debut in Sunday’s Grass Stakes
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Two months after running seventh in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1), We Miss Artie kicks off his 3-year-old campaign in Sunday’s $100,000 Kitten’s Joy at Gulfstream Park.
Gulfstream Today 1.16
Big Weekend Kicks off At Gulfstream
Eclipse Party and Awards, Mucho Macho Man in Classic
Hartford Impressive In Debut
HALLANDALE BEACH, FL - Gulfstream Park's Eclipse Awards Weekend kicked off Thursday when Mucho Macho Man, finalist for Horse of the Year and the 2-5 favorite in Saturday's $400,000 Sunshine Millions Classic, schooled in the walking ring during the first race.
Gulfstream Park News & Notes - January 16
Petro Jr. Big Part of 'Mucho Macho' Family
Gourmet Dinner Works For Classic
Dilger Points Our Caravan To Holy Bull
SANTA ANITA STABLE NOTES (Thursday January 16,
* GALLAGHER ROLLS THE ‘DICE’ IN STRUB STAKES
• LET FAITH ARISE STRETCHES OUT IN LA CANADA
• McANALLY HOPES MEGAHERTZ GRASS IS GREENER
BROKEN SWORD LOOKS SHARP IN SUNDAY’S GRADE II LA CANADA
ARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 16, 2014)—An impressive gate to wire winner of the Grade II Bayakoa Stakes Dec. 7, the Jerry Hollendorfer-trained Broken Sword heads a field of seven 4-year-old fillies in Sunday’s Grade II, $200,000 La Canada Stakes at 1 1/16 miles.