Posts Tagged ‘Gourmet Dinner’

Cajun Homecoming

by Ed Meyer

posted on November 26, 2013 in Blogroll, General Discussion, Horse Racing, | No Comments >>

  I had the distinct pleasure of working with a southern gent. He was a real-deal kind of guy who you loved, or walked the long way around not to hear his song of the south. He came from a time long ago where P.C. meant pocket change, and smoking cigarettes was an Olympic sport. But the […]

Fountain of Youth Features Stakes Winners

by Greg Melikov

posted on February 21, 2011 in General Discussion, Other Events | 1 Comment >>

The 65th Fountain of Youth (FOY) features promising 3-year-old horses from stakes winners to talented runners stepping up in class in the Grade 2 on Saturday. Four of the past dozen winners in Gulfstream Park’s second oldest stakes race scored in the Florida Derby: Quality Road, 2009; Scat Daddy, ’07; High Fly, ’05; and Vicar, […]

3-Year-Olds Are Coming, 3-Year-Olds Are Here

by Greg Melikov

posted on February 4, 2011 in General Discussion, Kentucky Derby, Other Events | No Comments >>

The 3-year-olds are coming to a track near you. Many of the top contenders on the Road to the Roses are training in South Florida. The East Coast contingent is headed by Breeders’ Cup Juvenile champ Uncle Mo, the 2-year-old male Eclipse Award winner that arrived last month at the Palm Meadows Training Center in […]

Holy Bull Stakes Attracts Promising Sophomores

by Greg Melikov

posted on January 28, 2011 in General Discussion, Other Events | 4 Comments >>

Several promising 3-year-olds have targeted the $400,000 Holy Bull Stakes on Sunday at Gulfstream Park as their first race on the Road to the Roses. Boys at Tosconova, runner-up to Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Uncle Mo last fall at Churchill Downs, has been training well at the South Florida track. The son of Officer worked […]