2009 Fountain of Youth (G2)

2/28/2009, Gulfstream Park
1 mile (Dirt)
3 M

What the Nation is saying about the 2009 Fountain of Youth (G2)...

2/28/2009 Quality Road wins Fountain of Youth ESPN Jerkens said he was uncertain where Quality Road would run next but indicated the Florida Derby here on March 28 or the Wood at Aqueduct the following week were the two most likely options. "I'm a New York guy, but the weather back home can be trick...Read More
2/27/2009 by Jason Shandler BloodHorse The Fountain of Youth, which was shortened from nine furlongs to eight this year and serves as the final local prep for the March 28 Florida Derby (gr. I), drew a full field of 12. What makes the 3-year-old contest so intriguing is not only the number of q...Read More
2/27/2009 Dutrow eyeing another Kentucky Derby contender The Canadian Press,  Fla. Rick Dutrow licked an ice cream cone while watching a race at Gulfstream Park, blending with the horse players around him. There was none of the pressure trainers like Dutrow crave - that Kentucky Derby rush. Tha...Read More
2/27/2009 Magna created a roadblock, not a path, to the Kentucky Derby Fort Worth Star Telegram, TX By GARY WEST Like horse racing generally, the Fountain of Youth was better before Frank Stronach ever got his hands in it. And although Saturday’s Fountain of Youth Stakes has attracted a content...Read More
2/26/2009 by Alicia Wincze - Sweet redemption for 'Capt. Candyman'Kentucky.com, KYCandyman Can became the first stakes winner for Rauch and Zell when he took the Grade III Iroquois Stakes at Churchill Downs on Nov. 1. The minor throat issue that rattled buyers is now gone, but the high opinion ...Read More
2/13/2009 Mike Welch Daily Racing Form HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. - The Grade 2 Fountain of Youth on Feb. 28 is shaping up as the strongest 3-year-old prep of the winter, and from the looks of things This Ones for Phil is shaping up as a formidable opponent for any of the bevy of Kentucky Derby hopefuls...Read More