/Tag: Gulfstream

The Host With The Most

2019-08-16T16:29:01-05:00August 16th, 2019|

The Host With the Most By Michael Valiante Here is a question. In the last 33 years have you been either at Delaware Park or any OTB in the United States? If your answer is yes then you are probably familiar with the work of Rich Glazier. That is because [...]

It Runs in the Family

2019-06-10T15:18:16-05:00June 10th, 2019|

    It Runs in the Family By Ben Baugh Lloydly     A filly who found the winner’s circle not long ago has human familial ties as strong as her own bloodlines. Lloydly a 4-year-old daughter of Field Commission broke her maiden at Tampa Bay Downs on [...]

Gino Looks At The Pegasus Card

2019-01-25T16:39:18-05:00January 25th, 2019|

Gino Buccola Looks at The Pegasus card:   The Arm, Be With Us, #MEMBERSHIP  Subscribe to our columns at Subscribe to our YouTube channel Past the Wire Like us on FaceBook @pastthewire Follow on Twitter @pastthewire Follow on Twitter @kaitlinefree Follow on Twitter @Nicky_DAgs Follow on Twitter [...]

Geo Dissects The Pegasus World Cup

2019-01-25T11:12:03-05:00January 25th, 2019|

        Geo Sette, fresh off killing the Breeders' Cup card tackles the Pegasus   Dissecting The Pegasus World Cup Invitational - Grade 1, Purse $9,000,000 1 1/8 miles By George Sette   The Pegasus World Cup, Gulfstream Park, Grade 1, Purse $7,000,000 1 1/8 miles [...]

City to Light Up Pegasus World Cup by Gary Christie

2019-01-17T22:41:28-05:00January 17th, 2019|

  City to Light Up the Pegasus World Cup  By Gary Christie   Gulfstream Park, Florida is primed for the upcoming third running of the Pegasus World Cup, North America’s richest horse race. The probable defection of McKinzie and the advent of a Pegasus World Cup Turf race taking its [...]

If It’s Broke Fix It

2016-11-19T00:23:43-05:00February 26th, 2015|

By Jonathan Stettin Rest assured there was such a time. A time when the electricity we feel walking into the grandstand or clubhouse on “one of the days” was felt every Saturday. Every weekend was a holiday and even during the week, racetracks buzzed and felt special. Today you can [...]

No Wrong Coast

2016-11-19T00:23:43-05:00February 4th, 2015|

By Jonathan Stettin There is no wrong coast to be on this weekend in The Sport of Kings. Both coasts offer championship caliber horse racing with some of our best and most popular equine stars competing. We’ll see last year’s Kentucky Derby winner, this year’s early Kentucky Derby favorite, and [...]

Tis the Season

2016-11-19T00:23:44-05:00December 9th, 2014|

By Jonathan Stettin One of the most magnificent and beautiful racing venues in the world opened their winter championship meet this past Saturday, with all we have come to know and expect from Gulfstream Park. The electricity was present, the buzz was in the air, fields were large and competitive, [...]

Rainbow? Yes. Pot of Gold? Not So Fast

2016-11-19T00:23:47-05:00February 26th, 2014|

  By Jonathan Stettin If there is one thing the large majority of people tied to the racing industry can agree on, it is that we don’t need any black eyes. We have had our fair share and most people already perceive the industry as being in a steady decline. [...]