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Last Chance to Move Horses to Palm Meadows

September 7, 2017 Any horseman stabled at Gulfstream Park or Gulfstream Park West that still wishes to move horses to Palm Meadows ahead of the storm should contact Gulfstream management immediately (John Hoffman, PJ Campo or Billy  Badgett). There are approximately 250 stalls still available as of Thursday night and any move would likely have to be arranged by Friday morning, September 8, due to availability of personnel, bedding, etc. All rooms have been taken...
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Kent Stirling, Longtime Executive Director Of Florida HBPA, Dies At 72

Kent Stirling, who for many years was the executive director of the Florida Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association, died Sept. 5 after a recurrence of cancer, according to a report in the Daily Racing Form. He was 72. Stirling served as the executive director of the Florida HBPA from 1995 – 2015; he served as president of that […]

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ADVISORY: Gulfstream Cancels Live Racing Thursday through Sunday

Sep 6, 2017 HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park has cancelled live racing Thursday, Sept. 7 through Sunday, Sept. 10 due to the unexpected path of Hurricane Irma. Gulfstream will be open this Thursday and Friday for simulcast wagering. Gulfstream will monitor the storm throughout the weekend. Racing is tentatively scheduled to resume Wednesday, Sept. 13, which was a scheduled makeup day. Guflstream’s casino will be open through Friday evening. “Obviously, our first priority is the...
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Sweet Khaleesi Takes Sugarloaf by a neck

By Jim Freer Sweet Khaleesi was the star at Gulfstream Park this past weekend, when other big stories were the rain at Gulfstream and South Florida favorite Gunnevera’s second place finish in the Travers (Grade 1) at Saratoga. Sweet Khaleesi turned the tables on Money or Love on Saturday, beating her by a neck in the $50,000 Sugarloaf Key Handicap at Gulfstream. On July 29 at Gulfstream, Money or Love defeated a late-running Sweet Khaleesi by...
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KROY WINS TORTUGAS, TRAINER EYES BEAR’S DEN

By Jim Freer Midwest Thoroughbreds’ Kroy came out of the $75,000 Tortugas Stakes at Gulfstream Park on Saturday with his first stakes victory, and with his trainer Armando De La Cerda mapping plans for bigger stakes races. Meanwhile, trainer Ron Spatz is making stakes plans for Tortugas second-place finisher Love Conquers. The Tortugas was run on the turf at 7 ½ furlongs for 3-year-olds. With Emisael Jaramillo riding, Kroy won in the fast time of...
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