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Sunshine Millions Sprint

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What the Nation is saying about the Sunshine Millions Sprint...

Fort Loudon and Bear Tough Tiger
The unstoppable Ribo Bobo recorded his 11th win from his last 12 starts with a popular score in the $150,000 Sunshine Millions Sprint. While the 6-year-old is typically on the engine in his races, he showed a new dimension by conceding the early advantage to Star Harbour. Jockey Paco Lopez took a co...Read More
Just hours before going to the Eclipse Awards with a finalist in the Male Sprinter category in Trinniberg, trainer Shivananda Parbhoo saddled Off the Jak to victory in the $150,000 Florida Sunshine Millions Sprint by three-quarters of a length over Bahamian Squall. It was another half length to Litt...Read More
Donald Dizney’s 4-year-old homebred Bahamian Squall was very impressive winning the Sunshine State Stakes here by 3 ½ lengths over Fort Loudon going six furlongs on Dec. 2 for trainer David Fawkes and will likely be the favorite to add Saturday’s $150,000 Sunshine Millions Sprint to his growing resu...Read More
Little Drama was sent to post as the even-money favorite for the Sunshine State Stakes at Gulfstream Park on Dec. 2, but the Florida-bred gelding had a meltdown in the stretch. Trainer Michael Mareina expects Harold Queen’s homebred to handle the heat a lot better in the $150,000 Florida Sunshine Mi...Read More
A quick review of Gulfstream's 2011-2012 winter meet and a presentation of the meet's big winners.Read More
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  • AndyScoggin · It was quite a meeting at Gulfstream. Seven likely Derby starters ran well at Gulfstream: Hansen, Union Rags, Dullahan, Gemologist, Take Charge Indy, Trinniberg, and Went the Day Well. · 723 days ago ·
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  • Floridaf · Horse of the Meet is now officially included! Matt, it was a great meet, and I was fortunate enough to see both the Swale and the Gulfstream Park Handicap. Later this week I will likely have a piece up on the Derby chances of the seven colts you named. · 723 days ago ·
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It was a big day for some of the biggest names in today's Sunshine Millions ...Read More
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  • edrake · You did it and we were there to see it live. What a tremendous horse and fantastic owners, Dean and Patti Reeves. You are such gracious owners. · 815 days ago ·
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  • annalefsrud@yahoo.ca · The Much Man is a wonderful horse, there IS something about him, and wonderful to see Awesome feather go so well, and I agree with JasonM about Delightful Mary, had she not had to change out like that. Was Awesome's race, but would have been interesting to see her stride uninterrupted. These horses with such heart. And I am jealous of anyone who saw it LIVE!! · 815 days ago ·
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E. Paul Robsham Stables LLC’s Soaring Stocks cruised around the final turn and surged down the stretch to pass frontrunner Royal Currier in the final strides of the $150,000 Florida Sunshine Millions Sprint and score his first stakes victory.   In his first stakes attempt, the 4-year-old colt b...Read More
Trainer David Fawkes is optimistic about his chances in Saturday’s $1.3 million Florida Sunshine Millions…and why not?  Not only will Fawkes saddle the 2-1 favorite and Mr. Prospector (G3) winner Apriority in the $150,000 Sprint, but he’ll also send the hard-knocking, stakes-winner Duke of Misc...Read More
Stronach Stable’s undefeated 4-year-old filly Awesome Feather, Pinnacle Racing and Bill Kaplan’s 2011 Eclipse champion filly or mare sprinter Musical Romance and Reeves Thoroughbred’s 4-year-old Mucho Macho Man, third in the Kentucky Derby (G1) last spring, are among the stars expected to run in one...Read More
  • BrianZipse · Suddenly getting the urge to fly to South Florida next week! · 825 days ago ·
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  • terri.zeitz · How exciting does it get? Stars and possible superstars will racing on that date. Looks like Mucho Macho Man has filled out his big frame iand is quite the Man (Sunshine Millions Classic). I'm so glad Awesome Feather(filly and mare race) is healthy and running. Little Mike (turf) and Apriority (sprint) are the other favorites. And Musical Romance (filly and mare sprint) is another favorite. Gulfstream is the place this winter with so many returning champions training and running and some wonderful derby prospects training there. · 824 days ago ·
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Heavy favorite Cost of Freedom put away pace rival Excessive Passion but he could not withstand the longshot rally of Amazombie in Saturday's Sunshine Millions Sprint at Santa Anita Park.The winner, trained by Bill Spawr, sat the right staking trip under Mike Smith and had just enough left to edge l...Read More
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  • mdracing69 · Amazombie is a cool horse. He has won sprinting on dirt, synthetic, and turf. · 1179 days ago ·
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  • blooy · he is a great horse, always has some okay odds on him. sure he misses a few, but always bounces back. fun horse to watch. way to go amazombie! · 1178 days ago ·
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Saturday’s pick six from Santa Anita Park includes three Sunshine Millions races. First up is the Sprint (5th race) and Cost of Freedom is the one to catch. It is a San Gabriel rematch between Jeranimo and The Usual Q. T. in the Turf (7th race), and Evening Jewel tries to rebound in the Distaff (8th...Read More
Will Florida trump California in the Sunshine Millions? Who will step up in the Holy Bull? Discuss your opinions and selections in the best handicapping chat on the web! Read More
Grade I winners Cost of Freedom and Jessica Is Back head their respective sprint divisions of the Sunshine Millions taking place at Santa Anita in California and at Gulfstream Park in Florida Jan. 29.The $200,0000 Sunshine Millions Sprint takes place at Santa Anita as the fifth race on the program, ...Read More
New York City-born trainer James Cassidy figures to be a force on Saturday in Santa Anita's portion of the ninth annual Sunshine Millions competition when he saddles multiple Grade 1 winners THE USUAL Q. T. (Unusual Heat) and EVENING JEWEL (Northern Afleet) in their respective events. Conducted in c...Read More
The best chance for one of the shippers for the three Sunshine Millions races at Gulfstream Saturday may come from Gary and Cecil Barber’s 6-year-old gelding Machismo, invading from California for trainer John Sadler to challenge This Ones for Phil in the $200,000 Sprint at six furlongs. Jockey Man...Read More
Rick Dutrow (This Ones for Phil) – “It was a great horse race. I’m glad everybody got to see it and I’m glad we were able to win it. When he won here last year (Sunshine Millions Dash) it was his first start for us, so we didn’t know what to expect, but he’s been breezing like clockwork and we expec...Read More
Gulfstream Park track announcer Larry Collmus described it best: “It’s a match race at the eighth-pole.” That it was. And at the wire, it was This Ones For Phil who narrowly defeated Pashito The Che after a ding-dong stretch duel in the Sunshine Millions Sprint at Gulfstream Park Jan. 30.Read More
Following a negative trend--which people of good conscience try to reverse but lack the power or means necessary to do so- the Sunshine Millions, alas, ain’t what it used to be. But what is? And don’t blame this one on Frank Stronach. This was and remains a terrific idea, a handle bonanza from Day 1...Read More
  • bband · The ridiculous purses are gone, but they made no sense anyways. Sunshine Millions was a good concept, and nothing wrong with putting extra firepower behind it to ensure success. The Magna P5 is a good idea, too. · 1545 days ago ·
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1/24/2009 by Jack Shinar - Under a tap of the whip from Gomez, Georgie Boy gained the lead from Machismo past the furlong pole and burst away from there to win impressively. The winning time was a sharp 1:08.12.Read More

Race Results & Past Performances

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View DetailsView Video01/18/14GP96 fD04+ MSunshine Millions SprintRibo BoboHappy My WayStar Harbour1:09.16
View Details01/19/13GP86 fD04+ M (S)Sunshine Millions SprintOff the JakBahamian Squall Little Drama 1:10.27
View Details01/28/12GP86 fD04+ M (S)Sunshine Millions SprintSoaring StocksCajun BreezeRoyal Currier1:09.49
View Details01/29/11SA56 fD04+ MSunshine Millions SprintAmazombieApriorityCost Of Freedom1:07.28
View Details01/30/10GP86 fD04+ M (S)Sunshine Millions SprintThis Ones for PhilPashito the CheDrift King1:08.81
View DetailsView Video01/24/09SA86 fS04+ MSunshine Millions SprintGeorgie BoyMachismoPartywithlarryz1:08.12
View Details01/26/08SA66 fS03 M (S)Sunshine Millions SprintBob Black JackWinsome CharmAfleet Ruler1:06.53
View Details01/28/06GP76 fD03 FSunshine Millions SprintJoint EffortA Sea TrippiLake Alice1:09.49