Royal Palm Juvenile Fillies S.

London Calling Weaver Pair

When the market determines the value of something, they call it "the going rate." In the case of George Weaver's two juvenile winners at Gulfstream last Saturday, however, a recent pricing had meant that neither was going anywhere. No Nay Mets (Ire) (No Nay Never) was staying in the same ownership; and Crimson Advocate (Nyquist) was staying in the same barn. And now both, from going nowhere, are on their way to Royal Ascot next month. No Nay Mets, in particular, has had an extraordinary month. On Apr. 17, he...

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Gulfstream's Royal Palm Meet Kicks Off

Live Thoroughbred racing at Gulfstream Park will resume Thursday, Apr. 6 on the first day of the Royal Palm Meet. The Royal Palm Meet will get underway with live racing conducted Thursday through Sunday with a first-race post time set for 12:40 p.m. The Royal Palm Meet's stakes schedule includes 42 stakes worth $3.945 million through Dec. 2. The $100,000 Royal Palm Juvenile and the $100,000 Royal Palm Juvenile Fillies, contested May 13, will provide the winner of each of the five-furlong turf stakes an automatic berth into one of...

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Gulfstream to Offer Royal Ascot Juvenile Qualifiers

The winners of Gulfstream Park's $100,000 Royal Palm Juvenile S. and $100,000 Royal Palm Juvenile Fillies S., both set for May 13, each will earn an automatic entry into one of Royal Ascot's six 2-year-old races. The two five-furlong turf events will be the first-ever U.S. automatic qualifiers for a race at Royal Ascot. Additionally, the connections will receive a $25,000 equine travel stipend. "1/ST RACING is thrilled to announce this new global partnership with Ascot Racecourse," Aidan Butler, Chief Executive Officer, 1/ST Racing & Gaming, said. "Gulfstream Park is...

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