Fort Lauderdale


What the Nation is saying about the Fort Lauderdale...

Turf runner Lea earned his first career win over fast dirt and jockey Luis Saez hit win #1000 in the G3 Hal's Hope at Gulfstream Park.Read More
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  • BrianZipse · An older turf horse switches back to dirt in grand style after a short time in new trainer Bill Mott's barn ... It all seems so familiar. · 95 days ago ·
  • David Juffet · Think Jackson bend was in traffic most of the way ran huge. Lea has always been a good horse when he's right. · 94 days ago ·
This Saturday at Gulfstream Park the Pick 5 sequence came up tough as nails. There are no lead pipe locks in my humble opinion (maybe one, I’ll talk on that later). When a scenario as such arises, there are positives and negatives that come along with said circumstances. If you look at things pessim...Read More
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  • amino998 · Agree that crossing your fingers and singling a race where one *thinks the horse has a very decent chance at winning, but there are a few others to be very scared of* makes it a tough proposition. · 96 days ago ·
  • geldedridgling · Today's sequence was almost impossible to figure out. It's good for Gulfstream but bad for the handicapper. · 96 days ago ·
Summer Front didn’t get the kind of pace that a closer typically needs in the 60th running of the $200,000 Fort Lauderdale (G2) on Saturday at Gulfstream Park. He almost didn’t get the room, either. Read More
Strike One is set to take a giant step up in class in Saturday’s $100,000 Hal’s Hope, but the late-developing 5-year-old has taken huge strides forward in recent starts. The son of Street Cry, who began his 2013 season with a maiden victory at Churchill Downs on May 4, finished off his campaign with...Read More
Having trained horses off and on since 1980 and full-time since 2001, Henry Collazo has won 599 races in his career, none of them bigger than the $200,000 Fort Lauderdale (G2) last January at Gulfstrea m Park. Read More
Taking advantage of a contested pace and a little racing luck, Mucho Mas Macho pulled off a 41-1 shocker in Saturday’s $150,000 Fort Lauderdale (G2) at Gulfstream Park. Read More
Go Fifty Proof in the Fort Lauderdale stakes!
Nikki’s Sandcastle, already a two-time stakes winner on turf at Gulfstream Park this season; and Stonestreet Farm, George Bolton and Spendthrift Farm’s 5-year-old Dominus will be among the favorites in a talented field of 11 older horses drawn for Saturday’s $150,000 Fort Lauderdale Stakes (G2).Read More
Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s 5-year-old Big Blue Kitten was impressive winning a tough allowance race at Gulfstream Park on Dec. 8 by a head over Za Approval in his first start since finishing 10th of 11 in the Prince of Wales Stakes (G1) at Royal Ascot meet in England on June 20.Read More
Black Rock Stable’s Silver Medallion, trained by Todd Pletcher and ridden by Javier Castellano, moved five-wide entering the stretch to win the $100,000 Fort Lauderdale (G3) by a neck. A 4-year-old son of Badge of Silver who entered the Fort Lauderdale off a victory Dec. 2 in the Tropical Turf Handi...Read More
  • icyhotboo · Curios how that would have turned out if Mutual Trust wasn't interfered with in the stretch by Yummy With Butter who was taken down from second. · 824 days ago ·
  • redskinrob · The best horses did NOT win that race, if it wasnt for the wall of horses hogging up front colliding and a dq....we would have seen the real winner! · 820 days ago ·
Jackson Bend hopes to ignite another resurgence in his career in Saturday's Hal's Hope Stakes...Read More
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  • travel_vic · tough place to start the comeback trail · 824 days ago ·
  • Floridaf · JB was yet another one that beat the BC bounce this time. The mile wasn't ideal since it typically isn't his best distance, but he looked good in 2012 debut. · 823 days ago ·
Resolute Group Stable’s 5-year-old gelding Teaks North established his national credentials last year posting a 25-to-1 upset victory in the Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap (G1) going 1 1/8 miles for trainer Justin Sallusto and went on to another major score in the 11-furlong United Nations Invitation...Read More
Santiva, who returned from a six-month layoff recently with a sharp second-place finish on turf, had been nominated for both the $100,000 Hal’s Hope (G3) on the main track and the $100,000 Fort Lauderdale (G3) on turf, both scheduled for Saturday Gulfstream Park. Trainer Brendan Walsh, though, opted...Read More
Sent off at 12-1 in a wide-open field of 11, Little Mike broke sharply from the outside and never looked back, going wire-to-wire to win a thrilling edition of the $100,000 Ft. Lauderdale (gr. IIIT) Jan. 9 on the Gulfstream Park turf.Making his graded-stakes debut under Joe Bravo, Little Mike had to...Read More
Quantum Racing Team #1 LLC’s 5-year-old gelding Mambo Meister finished a troubled sixth in the $100,000 Fort Lauderdale Stakes (G3) at Gulfstream Park to begin a very productive 2009 campaign. He hopes to kick-off an equally successful 2010 campaign when he starts in Sunday’s renewal of the 1 1/16 ...Read More

Race Results & Past Performances

View DetailsView Video01/11/14GP91 1/16 mT04+ MFort Lauderdale-G2Summer FrontTetradrachmNikki's Sandcastle1:42.24
View Details01/12/13GP101 1/16 mT04+ MFort Lauderdale-G2Mucho Mas MachoTiz Sardonic JoeBig Blue Kitten1:40.39
View DetailsView Video01/14/12GP101 1/16 mT04+ MFort Lauderdale-G3Silver MedallionHollingerKindergarden Kid1:43.04
View DetailsView Video01/09/11GP81 1/16 mT04+ MFort Lauderdale-G3Little MikeBlues StreetSmart Bid1:40.52
View Details01/10/10GP91 mileD04+ MFort Lauderdale-G3Duke Of MischiefKiss The KidMambo Meister1:37.70
View Details01/10/09GP91 1/16 mT04 MFort LauderdaleKiss The KidSociety's ChairmanA. P. Magic1:40.59
View DetailsView Video03/15/97GP111 1/16 mT03+ MFort Lauderdale-G3DoublethebetwiceDonthelumbertraderVolochine1:42.61