is on the tube! Beginning January 20, replays of Gulfstream Park
racing along with special interviews and features will be available via an
official You Tube page at http://www.youtube.com/gulfstreamparkracing.
channel will be updated daily with race replays and interviews, features and
packages produced by Gulfstream
newly created Media Development Department.
world-wide interest in Gulfstream
and this extension via YouTube speaks to that audience,” said Caton Bredar,
Executive Producer of the new department. “By utilizing the talents of the
Media Development staff, we hope to entertain casual fans and, at the same
time, offer more serious followers of racing the critical, and practical
handicapping information and resources they want and need.”
addition to the new YouTube channel, racing fans who visit Gulfstream
on-track now have access to a wide array of information to supplement their
handicapping. The daily on-track program – ‘The GP Handicapper’ - offers an
array of new features including:
Insights by Toby Callet – Embedded into the past performances of 3-year-old
maiden and allowance races, Callet’s analysis of the pedigree for each horse
includes insight into the dam’s success as a broodmare, sire tendencies
and overall family quality.
Management – Picking the winner is only half the battle. On weekends and
special events, Toby Callet and other experts will provide a unique perspective
on how not only to handicap a race, but how to wager on it, with the goal of
maximizing the bankroll.
- Best Bet and Longshot Plays
of the Day – In addition to offering an in-depth analysis and top picks on a
race by race basis, handicapper Michael Costanzo is providing patrons with a
‘Best Bet’ and ‘Longshot Play of the Day’ denoted by new icons within the past
performances of the race.
- Horses to Watch – Gulfstream
Park Track Announcer Larry Collmus uses his binoculars to help identify ‘Horses
to Watch’, denoted by a special icon within the past performances followed by a
2010 meet runs through Saturday, April 24.