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The Sports Network A mild virus, as reported on Gulfstream Park's website, has sidelined Mucho Macho Man from next week's Gulfstream Park Handicap, a race he won last year. Trained by Kathy Ritvo, Mucho Macho Man had a disappointing Florida Sunshine
The Sports Network Mucho Macho Man, coming off a disappointing Florida Sunshine Millions, will be held out of next Saturday's Donn Handicap at Gulfstream Park. "After considering the Donn as an option, we've decided to pass," trainer Kathy Ritvo said.
Bill Mott was laughing in the winner's circle after his Ron the Greek trounced the field at Gulfstream Park. The Hall of Fame trainer's horse was the only one to pin a loss in 2012 on Wise Dan, the favorite to take home Horse of the Year honors at
Frank Stronach and his Magna Entertainment, owners of Golden Gate Fields, Gulfstream Park, the Maryland Jockey Club, Portland Meadows and Santa Anita Park, never have been afraid to try new ideas...Magna invested millions of dollars in development
Eclipse Awards Fort Larned, I'll Have Another and Wise Dan are three finalists for Horse of the Year, which will be revealed Saturday during Sunshine Millions day. The camera zoomed out as snowboarder Kevin Pearce sank deeper into the leather rocking
Questions and answers on Daily News stories from readers like you. All of the runners in Saturday's Grade I Santa Monica Stakes at Santa Anita knew they'd have to catch speedster Home Sweet Aspen to win. One of them, Sugarinthemorning, briefly did in
He will make his first 2012 start on Saturday at Gulfstream Park as one of the favorites in the $400,000 Florida Sunshine Millions Classic at 11/8 miles. The Classic is one of six stakes races on Gulfstream's inaugural Florida Sunshine Millions day.
The event will take place during the Sunshine Millions thoroughbred race and will feature 16 gourmet food trucks, wine tent, gastropub, live music by The Spasmatics and a pony park with children's activities. The cost is $35, which includes clubhouse
Santa Anita staged its own Veterans Day on Saturday, starring Hall of Fame jockey Russell Baze, Northern California-based trainer William Morey Jr. and a 7-year-old race horse who doesn't know the word quit. Bold Chieftain, the only two-time winner
Handlers elect to run gelding on Santa Anita's synthetic turf at Sunshine Millions. Eleven races into his career, The Usual Q.T. looks like a top-notch turf runner and an ordinary horse on synthetic tracks when gazing at the 4-year-old gelding's past