Stable News

Stable News

August 9, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 37.90 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 12th best out of 14 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s doing great. I’ve been entering him to a Starter Allowance, but the race hasn’t been used. They keep bringing it back so we’re hopeful that it gets used.”

Steve will keep Gran Saman fresh as he prepares him for his next race which could be the Starter Allowance $16,000 going 5 furlongs on the turf on August 15 at Gulfstream Park.



August 9, 2019

Kantharos’ Image breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 36.28 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 5th best out of 14 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s coming along very well. He’s on target for a race before the end of the month.”

Steve will to breeze Kantharos’ Image on a 8 to 10-day work schedule preparing him for a return race at Gulfstream Park.



August 9, 2019

Awsum Roar won her second in a row for us racing gate to wire in a hand ride at Gulfstream Park on Friday. Breaking from post 1 Awsum Roar sped to the lead at the start, continued to lead the way and widened to a clear advantage out of the turn, came out wider in stretch run and kept clear under steady encouragement. Awsum Roar was claimed away from us out of the race.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “This filly has her issues so it’s not a terrible thing to lose her in this spot. The most important thing was to get the win which we did.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “She looked like a very sharp horse and, being a New York-bred our plan was to claim her and bring her to New York once she got out of jail. She developed some issues and that never materialized. So we shifted gears and maximized her income in Florida.”

Awsum Roar earned $10,800 for Friday’s win.



August 5, 2019

All in Girl is entered to run in Thursday’s 4th race at Presque Isle Downs which is a Claiming $12,500 N2L race going 5 1/2 furlongs for fillies and mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 4 and jockey Eddie Dominguez is named to ride. Dominguez currently has 12 wins and a 9% winning percentage at the meet.

All in Girl is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $15,000.

First race post time is 5:25 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 6:40 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Presque Isle Downs for a fun evening of racing.



August 4, 2019

Awsum Roar is entered to run in Friday’s 3rd race at Gulfstream Park which is a $10,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 1 and jockey Samy Camacho is named to ride. Camacho is currently ranked 6th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 15 wins and a 14% winning percentage.

Awsum Roar is currently the 7-5 Daily Racing Form morning favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race as their best bet of the day. All three DRF handicappers select her to win the race with one being his best bet of the day.

The purse for this race is $22,000.

First race post time is 2:15 PM and Awsum Roar's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 3:17 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



August 4, 2019

Ell Be Eye breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 50.24 at Parx. That work was 4th best out of 10 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She didn’t get in off the AE list yesterday so I gave her a leg-stretcher. I’m pointing her to a race at Colonial.”

Steve will to enter Ell Be Eye to the Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs at Colonial Downs on August 15.



August 3, 2019

Our Closure won a very exciting race at Gulfstream Park on Saturday coming from far off the pace and then opening up at the wire to win easily by open daylight. Breaking from post 7 Our Closure rated off the pace three wide, circled five wide around the far turn, seized the lead nearing the eighth pole and readily drew off under a drive.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “I absolutely loved this filly when we claimed her and now you can see why. I’m going to run her back in the open company Allowance next time.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “This was a gigantic win for the partners. We claimed this filly on July 13 for $12,500 and Steve wheeled her right back to this Allowance race. What’s icing on the cake is that the racetrack bumped purses by $10,000 because of their special stakes day today. So we ran for a bonus. The partner’s share of the win money pays for the horse outright and puts money in their pockets. This is a home run.”

Our Closure earned $38,120 for Saturday’s win.

We’ll see how Our Closure comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



July 31, 2019

Our Closure is entered to run in Saturday’s 9th race at Gulfstream Park which is an Allowance N1X for state-bred fillies and mares, three years old and up, which have never won a race other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races or optional claiming price of $16,000. She drew post position 8 and jockey Samy Camacho is named to ride. Camacho is currently ranked 5th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 14 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

Our Closure is currently the 7-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race and two DRF handicappers select her as their third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $57,000.

First race post time is 12:15 PM and Our Closure's race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 4:19 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



July 28, 2019

Kantharos’ Image breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 36.57 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 12th best out of 40 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She worked very nicely and she’s doing great.”

Steve will to breeze Kantharos’ Image on a 7 day work schedule preparing him for a return race at Gulfstream Park.



July 25, 2019

The Sinner Is You is entered to run in Sunday’s 5th race at Saratoga which is a $30,000 Claiming N2L race going 1 mile on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 3 and jockey Junior Alvarado is named to ride. Alvarado is currently ranked seventh in the Saratoga jockey standings with 5 wins and a 16% winning percentage.

The Sinner Is You is currently 15-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $48,000.

First race post time is 1:00 PM and The Sinner Is You's race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 3:12 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus Stables’ owner’s boxes and a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Saratoga for a fun day of racing.



July 25, 2019

Ell Be Eye breezed from the gate on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 49.15 at Parx. That work was 24th best out of 77 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s getting very close to being ready. I’m planning on entering her to the Maiden Special Weight on August 3.”

Steve will to breeze Ell Be Eye on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her debut, which could be the Maiden Special Weight going 5 ½ furlongs at Parx on August 3.



July 24, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar is entered to run in Saturday’s 12th race at Saratoga which is a $30,000 Claiming N2L race going 1 mile on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 10 and leading jockey Luis Saez is named to ride. Saez is currently ranked second in the Saratoga jockey standings with 11 wins and a 19% winning percentage.

GiveTheMan a Cigar is currently 20-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $48,000.

First race post time is 1:00 PM and GiveTheMan a Cigar's race is Race 12 which is scheduled to go off at 7:23 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus Stables’ owner’s boxes and a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Saratoga for a fun day of racing.



July 23, 2019

All in Girl ran a very nice second against a field of 7 at Presque Isle Downs on Tuesday. Breaking from post 1 All in Girl raced mid pack, saved ground through the turn, angled out to bid three wide into the lane, then closed well for the place.

We spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “This horse put in another very nice effort in a contentious race. Astonishingly she’s hit the board in 15 out of 18 races for us.”

All in Girl earned $3,000 for Tuesday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



July 19, 2019

The Sinner Is You breezed on Friday working 4 furlongs in 50.33 over the Saratoga main track. That work was 58th best out of 83 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He’s training well. We’re pointing him to a race next week going long on the turf.”

Jeremiah will continue to train The Sinner Is You preparing him for his next race which should be the $30,000 Claiming race going 1 mile on the turf on July 27 at Saratoga.



July 19, 2019

G’s Warrior is entered to run in Monday’s 4th race at Parx which is a Claiming $7,500 N2L race going 7 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 5 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 20 wins and an 11% winning percentage at the meet.

G’s Warrior is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select her to win the race.

The purse for this race is $19,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 2:16 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



July 18, 2019

All in Girl is entered to run in Tuesday’s 5th race at Presque Isle Downs which is a Claiming $12,500 N2L race going 6 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 1 and jockey Eddie Dominguez is named to ride. Dominguez is currently ranked twelfth in the Presque Isle Downs jockey standings with 10 wins and an 10% winning percentage.

All in Girl is currently 5-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. Two DRF handicappers select her as their third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $15,000.

First race post time is 5:25 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 7:05 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Presque Isle Downs for a fun evening of racing.



July 16, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Tuesday working 4 furlongs in 50.90 over the Saratoga training track. That work was 10th best out of 13 at the distance.

We spoke with assistant trainer Manny Gonzalez after the breeze. Manny said, “He worked well. He’s doing very good. We’re hoping to get him into a race next week.”

Chris is pointing GiveTheMan a Cigar to a race in the first condition book at Saratoga.



July 16, 2019

Ell Be Eye breezed from the gate on Tuesday working 4 furlongs in 49.27 at Parx. That work was 18th best out of 42 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s continuing to come along very nicely. She’s still on target for a possible race before the end of the meet.”

Steve will to breeze Ell Be Eye on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her debut.



July 11, 2019

Awsum Roar won a very exciting race at Gulfstream Park racing gate to wire and holding off a late charge to hang on for the victory. Breaking from post 3 Awsum Roar held a slim lead on top then raced under pressure from Little Christina. She held firm then shook away to a clear lead, moved out wider under left handed pressure, and held late under a driving finish.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “That was an exciting finish. She pulled herself up. LOL. It’s great to get this filly going in the right direction.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “We claimed this horse hoping to bring her to New York. She developed a few minor issues that caused us to have to keep her in Florida. We’re glad she finally turned the corner and gave us an exciting win an a nice purse.”

Awsum Roar earned $10,800 for Thursday’s win.

We’ll see how Awsum Roar comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



July 11, 2019

Gran Saman ran a respectable third enduring a very troubled trip showing heart in the stretch. Breaking from the 3 post Gran Saman was in tight then came out wider leaving the backstretch. He was steadied near the three eighths pole, continued under slight restraint, then he was tapped on the shoulder. He angled out late in the turn, was set down driving three to four wide, and ultimately just missed place.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “Royal Squeeze really came over and cut off a couple of horses and we got caught up in the fray. Our rider almost lost his irons and did a good job to recover. I wouldn’t be surprised if the rider on Royal Squeeze gets days for that.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “As usual our horse showed up with a very serious performance. It’s unfortunate that he ran into so much trouble because he most certainly would have gotten up for second and maybe even enough to have won.”

Gran Saman earned $2,860 for Thursday’s 2nd place finish.

Steve will see how Gran Saman comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



July 11, 2019

All in Girl ran a very disappointing third at Presque Isle Downs on Tuesday after going off as the post time favorite. Breaking from post 3 All in Girl broke out at the start, looped two and three wide through the turn, fanned widest into the lane, and got up for the show.

We spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “Handicapping before the race I honestly couldn’t see any way that she could lose. However she broke out sharply costing valuable position. With the race only being 5 furlongs she never had the opportunity to recover as the winner sprinted away and went gate to wire.”

All in Girl earned $1,500 for Thursday’s third place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



July 10, 2019

The Sinner Is You breezed on Wednesday working 4 furlongs in 49.66 over the Belmont Park main track. That work was the bullet out of 9 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He’s doing well. I’m going to enter him to the $40,000 Claiming race on July 17 at Saratoga”

Jeremiah will continue to train The Sinner Is You preparing him for his next race which will be the $40,000 Claiming race going 1 mile on the turf on July 17 at Saratoga.



July 9, 2019

Ell Be Eye breezed from the gate on Tuesday working 3 furlongs in 37.13 at Parx. That work was 16th best out of 33 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “I put a lot of foundation under her and now I;m teaching her the gate. She’s doing great. She could be ready before the end of the Parx meet.”

Steve will to breeze Ell Be Eye on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her debut.



July 8, 2019

All in Girl is entered to run in Thursday’s 3rd race at Presque Isle Downs which is a Claiming $12,500 N2L race going 5 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 3 and leading jockey Pablo Morales is named to ride. Morales is currently ranked second in the Presque Isle Downs jockey standings with 37 wins and an 20% winning percentage at the meet.

All in Girl is currently the 2-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select her to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $15,000.

First race post time is 5:25 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 6:15 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Presque Isle Downs for a fun evening of racing.



July 6, 2019

Awsum Roar is entered to run in Thursday’s 3rd race at Gulfstream Park which is a $10,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 3 and jockey Samy Camacho is named to ride. Camacho is currently ranked 4th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 5 wins and a 24% winning percentage.

Awsum Roar is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning second favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $22,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and Awsum Roar's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 2:16 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



July 6, 2019

Gran Saman is entered to run in Thursday’s 5th race at Gulfstream Park which is a Starter Allowance going 5 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 5 and jockey Miguel Vasquez is named to ride. Vasquez is currently ranked 9th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 3 wins and a 13% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. He’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $31,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 3:20 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



July 3, 2019

The Sinner Is You breezed on Wednesday working 4 furlongs in 49.96 over the Belmont Park main track. That work was 4th best out of 7 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He’s training well. We’ll probably run him on July 17 at Saratoga”

Jeremiah will continue to train The Sinner Is You preparing him for his next race which could be the $40,000 Claiming race going 1 mile on the turf on July 17 at Saratoga.



June 26, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 50.59 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 10th best out of 22 at the distance.

We spoke with assistant trainer Manny Gonzalez after the breeze. Manny said, “He worked well. He’s doing very good.”

Chris is pointing GiveTheMan a Cigar to a race in the first condition book at Saratoga.



June 25, 2019

All in Girl ran an extremely impressive second in her first start versus winners at Presque Isle Downs on Tuesday stalking the pace and finishing well but unable to get to the odds-on winner. Breaking from post 6 All in Girl raced mid pack, moved up two and three wide through the turn, bid three wide into the lane and closed well for the place.

We spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “She ran very nicely tonight. The winner shipped in from New York for Linda Rice and went off at 4-5 and nobody was going to beat that horse tonight. Our horse showed us again that she likes the synthetic so we’re very pleased with the result.”

All in Girl earned $3,000 for Tuesday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



June 23, 2019

G’s Warrior is entered to run in Friday’s 2nd race at Laurel Park which is a Claiming $8,000 N2L race going 5 1/2 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 1 and jockey Jose Correa is named to ride. Correa currently has 7 wins and a 13% winning percentage at the meet.

G’s Warrior is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $17,000.

First race post time is 1:10 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 2 which is scheduled to go off at 1:37 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Laurel Park for a fun day of racing.



June 23, 2019

The Sinner Is You breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 51.58 over the Belmont Park main track. That work was 110th best out of 122 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He came out of his last race in good order and he’s doing well. I’m going to look for a race for him in the first Saratoga condition book.”

Jeremiah will continue to train The Sinner Is You preparing him for his next race which we expect to be in late July at Saratoga.



June 20, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Thursday working 3 furlongs in 36.65 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 4th best out of 13 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s training well. We’re pointing to the stake race on the 29th.

Steve will keep Gran Saman fresh as he prepares him for his next race which could be the Bob Umphrey Turf Sprint $75,000 going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on June 29th.



June 20, 2019

All in Girl is entered to run in Tuesday’s 6th race at Presque Isle Downs which is a Claiming $12,500 N2L race going 6 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 7 and jockey Eddie Dominguez is named to ride. Dominguez currently has 6 wins and an 11% winning percentage at the meet.

All in Girl is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $15,000.

First race post time is 5:25 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 6 which is scheduled to go off at 7:30 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Presque Isle Downs for a fun day of racing.



June 14, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 38.55 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 7th best out of 7 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s doing fine. This was a very easy maintenance drill. If the Allowance doesn’t show up as an extra we’ll probably run in the stake at the end of the month.

Steve will keep Gran Saman fresh as he prepares him for his next race which could be the Bob Umphrey Turf Sprint $75,000 going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on June 29th.



June 13, 2019

True Heiress ran a very solid third on Thursday at Gulfstream Park facing a field of 7 and losing a tight photo at the wire. True Heiress broke out and bumped bit with a rival at the start then dropped inside and moved up closer. She was patiently handled racing two wide at the quarter pole then given cue turning for home, roused up inside to duel for the lead, battled to end, and just missed. True Heiress was claimed out of the race.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “That was a very tough beat. She ran a winning race. You always like to win any race you get claimed out of so to lose this race by a nose is a tough one.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “She bumped pretty soundly with another horse at the break and that cost her a length or so. That probably was the difference in the race. It was tough racing luck.”

True Heiress earned $2,390 for Thursday’s third place finish.



June 13, 2019

All in Girl broke her maiden in extremely impressive fashion at Presque Isle Downs on Thursday racing well in hand and then drawing away to the wire. Breaking from post 5 All in Girl stalked the pace on the outside, bid outside of that one into the lane, then made a steady gain and drew off late.

We spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “Pablo had a tight hold on her all throughout the race and then, as soon as he released she opened up. He never once asked her and I don’t think ever used the whip. In fact, I never saw it.”

All in Girl earned $7,800 for Thursday’s victory.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



June 10, 2019

All in Girl is entered to run in Thursday’s 8th race at Presque Isle Downs which is a Maiden Claiming $12,500 race going 5 1/2 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 7 and jockey Pablo Morales is named to ride. Morales is currently ranked third in the Presque Isle Downs jockey standings with 17 wins and an 18% winning percentage.

All in Girl is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $13,000.

First race post time is 5:25 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 8:20 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Presque Isle Downs for a fun day of racing.



June 9, 2019

The Sinner Is You broke his maiden professionally, racing wide and working through traffic, putting away a field of 10 horses at Belmont Park. Braking from post 7 The Sinner Is You raced four then three wide in pursuit from mid pack, came under coaxing at the three-eighths, angled five wide into upper stretch, dug in under a drive steadily gaining in tandem with the majority of the field through the final furlong on the leader and was up in the last jumps to prevail.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the race and Jeremiah laughingly said, “I can win races for Hibiscus Stables.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “It appears that the lightbulb finally went on for this horse. He looked like a veteran out there racing very wide and in a lot of traffic. The biggest break you can give a horse is class relief and switching to a leading jockey is also very big. We’re glad to see this horse earn his diploma. Extremely exciting for the partners and the horse.”

The Sinner Is You earned $22,550 for Sunday’s victory.

We’ll see how The Sinner Is You comes out of the race and Jeremiah will point him accordingly



June 8, 2019

True Heiress is entered to run in Thursday’s 7th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $12,500 Claiming B going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies and mares 3 years-old and up which have never won 3 races or 3-year-olds. She drew post position 4 and leading jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas currently leads the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 60 wins and an 22% winning percentage.

True Heiress is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $22,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and True Heiress' race is Race 7 which is scheduled to go off at 4:17 PM. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



June 6, 2019

The Sinner Is You is entered to run in Saturday’s 5th race at Belmont Park which is a Maiden $40,000 Claiming race going 7 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 8 and jockey Junior Alvarado is named to ride. Alvarado currently has 19 wins and a 21% winning percentage at the meet.

The Sinner Is You is currently the 9-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and two DRF handicappers select him as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $41,000.

First race post time is 1:30 PM and The Sinner Is You's race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 3:40 PM. As always we’ll be at the Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Belmont Park for a fun day of racing.



June 5, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 37.81 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 12th best out of 18 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s doing fine. His race for this week didn’t fill so I gave him a leg-stretcher. ”

Steve will keep Gran Saman fresh as he prepares him for his next race.



June 5, 2019

Awsum Roar again ran a disappointing third at Gulfstream Park on Wednesday. Breaking from post 3 Awsum Roar vied for the lead in the turn, shook free to a slim advantage, then was out-finished in the final sixteenth.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “She was forced to chase some very fast fractions coming off the layoff. She looked like she was doing it in hand but she just flattened out. She needed the race.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “She went off 4-5 so everyone expected her to roll but she clearly needed the race. We’ll bring her right back and see if we can get her to improve in the next start.”

Awsum Roar earned $2,530 for Wednesday’s third place finish.

We’ll see how Awsum Roar comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



June 3, 2019

G's Warrior breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 49.56 over the Parx track. That work was 5th best out of 12 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She worked very well. I’ve got her pointed for a race at Laurel on June 21.”

Steve will keep G's Warrior fresh and train her up to the $16,000 Claiming N2L at Laurel Park on June 21.



June 2, 2019

The Sinner Is You breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 49.09 over the Belmont Park main track. That work was 8th best out of 38 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He breezed well and he’s doing well. I’m planning to enter him to the race on June 9.

Jeremiah will point The Sinner Is You to the Maiden race going 7 furlongs on the turf at Belmont Park on June 9.



May 31, 2019

Awsum Roar is entered to run in Wednesday’s 1st race at Gulfstream Park which is a $16,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 4 and leading jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas currently leads the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 55 wins and a 21% winning percentage.

Awsum Roar is currently the 2-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race and two DRF handicappers select her as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $27,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and Awsum Roar's race is Race 1. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. . Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



May 25, 2019

The Sinner Is You breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 50.66 over the Belmont Park main track. That work was 51st best out of 56 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He’s doing well. This was his first breeze since his last race. I’m tentatively pointing him to his next race June 9.

Jeremiah will continue to train The Sinner Is You preparing him for his next race which we expect to be The Maiden race going 7 furlongs on the turf at Belmont Park on June 9.



May 24, 2019

Awsum Roar breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 37.05 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 4th best out of 6 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s doing well. This last breeze should have her ready to enter. I’ll begin to look for a race for her.”

Steve will keep Awsum Roar ready as he looks for the appropriate spot for her next race.



May 19, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar broke his maiden in impressive fashion at Belmont Park on Friday putting away a field of 11 horses opening up and drawing away by 4 ½ lengths. Braking from post 7 (program number 9) GiveTheMan a Cigar raced two to three wide in pursuit from mid pack, came under coaxing at the three-eighths, swung five wide into upper stretch, rallied to take command nearing the eighth pole, then drew clear under a drive to prevail.

We spoke with trainer Chris Englehart after the race and Chris said, “We’ve had a lot of near misses with this horse. He was long overdue. He put it all together today.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “This guy has had some tough racing luck and some highly questionable rides. Today, when I saw Alphalfa scratched I immediately got Chris on the phone and had him switch us to Jose Lezcano. Jose is the hottest turf sprint rider at the meet right now. As you can see that move paid off in spades. The result speaks for itself. I’m proud of this horse and I’m elated for the partners.”

GiveTheMan a Cigar earned $22,500 for Friday’s victory.

We’ll see how GiveTheMan a Cigar comes out of the race and Chris will point him accordingly



May 19, 2019

Awsum Roar breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 38.02 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 38th best out of 49 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s doing well. She’ll probably need one more work and then we’ll be ready to look for a race for her.”

Steve will breeze Awsum Roar on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her next race.



May 19, 2019

Gran Saman won a first level Allowance in a gutsy stretch drive at Gulfstream Park on Sunday digging in and winning by a head. Braking from post 3 Gran Saman broke out a bit, pressed the pace while racing outside the favorite Tenacity Zip, angled out four wide for the drive, responded to steady right handed urging, then left handed late and proved narrowly the best.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “This horse continues to improve with each race. This was a big win today.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “What a huge win. Today he ran down a stakes-placed competitor in the lane. That stamps this horse as legitimate. We nominated him for a stake for his next race. He’s earned the shot. This is a huge win for the horse and the partners.”

Gran Saman earned $24,000 for Sunday’s victory.

We’ll see how Gran Saman comes out of the race. We have him nominated to the Crystal River Stakes.



May 18, 2019

All in Girl again ran a disappointing third at Parx on Saturday. Breaking from post 5 All in Girl was bumped at the start, rallied wide on the turn, then flattened out.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “She lost her footing and slipped coming out of the gate and then she got bumped. It took her out of the race.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “This filly seems to run into trouble in every start. It’s very frustrating and just once I’d like to see what she does with a clean trip. She again picks up a check which is nice. ”

All in Girl earned $1,980 for Saturday’s third place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



May 18, 2019

True Heiress is entered to run in Thursday’s 3rd race at Gulfstream Park which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies and mares 3 years-old and up which have never won a race other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter, or which have never won 2 races, or optional claiming price of $16,000. She drew post position 4 and leading jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas currently leads the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 42 wins and an 21% winning percentage.

True Heiress is currently the 4-1 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF Handicapper selects her to win the race as his best bet of the day and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $47,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and True Heiress' race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 2:15 PM. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



May 16, 2019

Gran Saman is entered to run in Sunday’s 1st race at Gulfstream Park which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 3 and jockey Miguel Vasquez is named to ride. Vasquez is currently ranked 4th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 21 wins and 16% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race, one DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race, and one DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $47,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 1. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



May 13, 2019

All in Girl is entered to run in Saturday’s 9th race at Parx which is a Maiden Claiming $10,000 race going 6 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 5 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 14 wins and a 10% winning percentage at the meet.

All in Girl is currently the 4-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race as his best bet of the day and two DRF handicappers select her as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $18,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 5:03 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



May 12, 2019

Awsum Roar breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 37.63 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 13th best out of 28 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s doing well. She’ll probably need a couple more works and then we’ll be ready to look for a race for her.”

Steve will breeze Awsum Roar on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her next race.



May 12, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar is entered to run in Friday’s 9th race at Belmont Park which is a Maiden $40,000 Claiming race going 6 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 9 and leading jockey Jose Lezcano is named to ride. Lezcano currently leads the Belmont Park jockey standings with 15 wins and a 39% winning percentage.

GiveTheMan a Cigar is currently the 7-2 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. One DRF handicapper selects as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $41,000.

First race post time is 1:30 PM and GiveTheMan a Cigar's race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 5:44 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Belmont Park for a fun day of racing.



May 10, 2019

True Heiress ran a very strong second on Friday at Gulfstream Park facing a field of 8 horses and posting a career high Beyer Speed Figure of 72 in the race. True Heiress raced in range being rated through early stages, moved through the turn in the two-path, then shifted wider for the drive, gathered momentum, finished strongly and was gaining on the winner in the end.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “The freshening did this filly a world of good. She came back looking like a new horse.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “That was a very impressive effort by this filly. She almost got up for all the marbles. It was a very exciting race for the partners.”

True Heiress earned $4,590 for Friday’s second place finish.

Steve will see how True Heiress comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



May 9, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Thursday working 3 furlongs in 36.87 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was the bullet out of 4 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s doing very well. I’m pointing him toward the Allowance next week.”

Steve will keep Gran Saman fresh as he prepares him for his next race which we expect to be the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on May 19.



May 8, 2019

The Sinner Is You is entered to run in Saturday’s 11th race at Belmont Park which is a Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 7 and jockey Jose Ortiz is named to ride. Ortiz currently has 1 win and a 7% winning percentage at the meet.

The Sinner Is You is currently 15-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $62,000.

First race post time is 1:30 PM and The Sinner Is You's race is Race 11 which is scheduled to go off at 6:57 PM. As always we’ll be at the Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Belmont Park for a fun day of racing.



May 5, 2019

True Heiress is entered to run in Friday’s 7th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $12,500 Claiming N3L race going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies and mares 3 years-old and up which have never won 3 races. She drew post position 5 and leading jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas currently leads the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 25 wins and an 18% winning percentage.

True Heiress is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $22,000.

First race post time is 1:30 PM and True Heiress' race is Race 7 which is scheduled to go off at 4:27 PM. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



May 4, 2019

All in Girl again ran a disappointing third at Parx on Saturday. Breaking from post 2 All in Girl was steadied briefly after the start, saved ground and had no kick.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “We ran into a tough horse today. No one was catching the winner.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “I again expected her to run better today. On a positive note she keeps collecting checks.”

All in Girl earned $2,640 for Saturday’s third place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



May 2, 2019

The Sinner Is You breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 49.77 over the Belmont Park main track. That work was 21st best out of 38 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He’s doing well. I’m pointing him to a race at Belmont Park on May 11.

Jeremiah will continue to train The Sinner Is You preparing him for his next race which we expect to be The Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs on the turf at Belmont Park on May 11.



May 1, 2019

True Heiress breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 36.60 over the Gulfstream Park dirt track. That work was 5th best out of 7 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s doing well. I’m planning on entering her later in the week for a race on May 10.”

Steve will point True Heiress to a Claiming $12,500 N3L going 5 furlong son the turf at Gulfstream Park on May 10th.



May 1, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 38.28 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 7th best out of 7 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s doing great. Today’s was a leg-stretcher allowing him to blow off some steam.”

Steve will keep Gran Saman fresh as he prepares him for his next race.



May 1, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar is entered to run in Saturday’s 2nd race at Belmont Park which is a Maiden $40,000 Claiming race going 6 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 11 and jockey Dylan Davis is named to ride. Davis currently has 5 wins and a 19% winning percentage at the meet.

GiveTheMan a Cigar is currently the 2-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and two DRF handicappers select him as their third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $41,000.

First race post time is 12:00 PM and GiveTheMan a Cigar's race is Race 2 which is scheduled to go off at 12:30 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Belmont Park for a fun day of racing.



April 29, 2019

All in Girl is entered to run in Saturday’s 4th race at Parx which is a Maiden Claiming $20,000 race going 5 1/2 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 3 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 11 wins and a 9% winning percentage at the meet.

All in Girl is currently the 2-1 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. Three DRF handicappers select her as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $24,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 2:28 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



April 24, 2019

The Central Banker filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Wednesday working 4 furlongs in 52 flat over the Laurel Park track. That work was 16th best out of 18 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “She continues to train very well. I’ll be moving her to Belmont Park to put the final touches on her for her debut.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 7 to 8 day breeze schedule preparing her for her return to New York.



April 21, 2019

True Heiress breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 36.55 over the Gulfstream Park dirt track. That work was 13th best out of 34 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She continues to train very well. She might be ready for a race in mid-May.”

Steve will work True Heiress on a 7 to 10 day breeze schedule preparing her for a return race.



April 14, 2019

All in Girl again ran a very disappointing third at Parx on Sunday. Breaking from post 3 All in Girl was urged close up three wide to midway on the turn and retreated.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “I expected a much better effort from her today.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “I thought she was a lock going into this race. Very disappointing result.”

All in Girl earned $2,640 for Sunday’s third place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



April 13, 2019

True Heiress breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 38.65 over the Gulfstream Park dirt track. That work was 21st best out of 29 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s coming along. I’m hoping to have her ready in early May.”

Steve will work True Heiress on a 7 to 10 day breeze schedule preparing her for a return race.



April 13, 2019

The Sinner Is You is entered to run in Thursday’s 9th race at Aqueduct which is a Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 9 and jockey Rajiv Maragh is named to ride. Maragh is currently ranked 8th in the Aqueduct jockey standings with 3 wins and a 10% winning percentage.

The Sinner Is You is currently 12-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. He’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and two DRF handicappers select him as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $62,000.

First race post time is 1:30 PM and The Sinner Is You's race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 5:48 PM. As always we’ll be in the exclusive Horseman’s Lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



April 12, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar ran an exciting second at Aqueduct on Friday getting nipped at the wire by a deep closer. Breaking from post 5, GiveTheMan a Cigar, just off the inside, prompting the leader down the backstretch, advanced through the turn latching on three furlongs from home. He dueled with Valmont to his inside, placed to coaxing from the five-sixteenths, cornered just off the inside for home, continued to knock heads through to the sixteenth marker, and then inched away briefly. He dug in however was nailed by Coach Villa in the very last stride to the finish.

We spoke with trainer Chris Englehart after the race and Chris said, “He raced very gamely. The class relief and move to the turf seems to have woken him up. Although we’d all prefer a win, I’m pleased with the result.”

We also spoke with jockey Dylan Davis after the race and he said, “”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “Some losses you take philosophically and some irritate you. This one irritates me. This is one I wanted to win. On the flipside, Cigar picks up another check for us. Still a maiden but has banked over $77,000 for the partners.”

GiveTheMan a Cigar earned $8,200 for Friday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how GiveTheMan a Cigar comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



April 11, 2019

The Into Mischief colt, now named The Sinner Is You, breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs from the gate in 49.01 over the Belmont Park dirt training track. That work was 7th best out of 33 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He put in a nice breeze today and finished really well. I’m happy where we have him right now. He’s good to enter.”

Jeremiah will continue to train The Sinner Is You preparing him for his next race we expect to be The Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs on the turf at Aqueduct on April 18.



April 9, 2019

All in Girl is entered to run in Sunday’s 1st race at Parx which is a Maiden Claiming $20,000 race going 6 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 4-years-old and up. She drew post position 3 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 9 wins and a 9% winning percentage at the meet.

All in Girl is currently the 8-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race, one DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race, and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $24,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 1. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



April 7, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar is entered to run in Friday’s 4th race at Aqueduct which is a Maiden $40,000 Claiming race going 6 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 7 and jockey Dylan Davis is named to ride. Davis currently has 2 wins and a 6% winning percentage at the meet.

GiveTheMan a Cigar is currently the 7-2 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $41,000.

First race post time is 1:30 PM and GiveTheMan a Cigar's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 3:03 PM. As always we’ll be in the exclusive Horseman’s Lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



April 5, 2019

Gran Saman scored a huge victory on Friday taking on a field of very tough $35,000 claimers at Gulfstream Park. Breaking from the rail Gran Saman dueled for the lead out of the gate, raced in tight briefly along rail in the opening stages, continued to fight back along inside through the turn, cut the corner, took a narrow lead, pinned his ears back gamely, cleared on top, and held firm.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “This horse continues to impress me after every race. When I saw the PPs for this race I was concerned I put him in the wrong spot. But this horse proved me wrong. He’s a 5YO and he’s still improving.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “When I saw how the race came up I was wondering if Steve was going to scratch him. I’d like to see this guy run in a stake race. He steps up to whatever challenge we throw at him. This is his 5th win in 14 starts for us and he’s earned $87,750 for the partners.”

Gran Saman earned $16,800 for Friday’s win.

Steve will see how Gran Saman comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



April 4, 2019

The Sinner Is You breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 52.04 over the Belmont Park dirt training track. That work was 62nd best out of 65 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He’s doing well. Improving every with each work. I’m pointing him to a turf race at Aqueduct on April 18.

Jeremiah will continue to train The Sinner Is You preparing him for his next race which we expect to be The Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs on the turf at Aqueduct on April 18.



April 3, 2019

True Heiress breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 38.67 over the Gulfstream Park dirt track. That work was 5th best out of 5 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s doing well. This was her first breeze since coming back to the racetrack and she went nice and easy.”

Steve will work True Heiress on a 7 to 10 day breeze schedule preparing her for a return race.



March 31, 2019

The Central Banker filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs from the gate in 36.80 over the Laurel Park track. That work was the bullet out of 6 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “She worked really well this morning. We continue to be pleased with each step in this filly’s progress.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 7 to 8 day breeze schedule preparing her for her debut New York which we expect to be toward the end of April.



March 31, 2019

Gran Saman is entered to run in Friday’s 7th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $35,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 1 and jockey Miguel Vasquez is named to ride.

Gran Saman is currently 10-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $33,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 4:19 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



March 20, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar is entered to run in Saturday’s 3rd race at Aqueduct which is a Maiden Special Weight going 1 mile for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 4 and jockey Dylan Davis is named to ride. Davis is currently ranked 3rd in the Aqueduct jockey standings with 50 wins and a 16% winning percentage.

GiveTheMan a Cigar is currently the 9-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $60,000.

First race post time is 1:40 PM and GiveTheMan a Cigar's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 2:30 PM. As always we’ll be in the exclusive Horseman’s Lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



March 19, 2019

All in Girl again ran an impressive second at Parx on Tuesday losing to very impressive first-time-starter out of a low percentage first-time-starter barn. Breaking from post 2 All in Girl saved ground throughout, rallied on the turn, but was out-finished in a game try.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “The winner looked like a champion in the paddock. As soon as I saw her I knew we were going to have our hands full today.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “As soon as I saw that horse open up as the favorite I knew we were in trouble. Our filly finished 12 lengths ahead of the next horse. She ran a winning race. She’s should be extremely tough next time out.”

All in Girl earned $4,800 for Tuesday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



March 17, 2019

All in Girl is entered to run in Tuesday’s 1st race at Parx which is a Maiden Claiming $20,000 race going 5 1/2 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 4-years-old and up. She drew post position 2 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 7 wins and a 9% winning percentage at the meet.

All in Girl is currently the 9-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. Two DRF handicappers select her as their second choice in the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $24,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 1. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



March 17, 2019

Awsum Roar breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 39.20 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 18th best out of 21 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s doing very well. Today’s was a maintenance breeze. I’m waiting for the new Aqueduct condition book to be published. They’ll have turf in April and I’d like to get her racing in New York.”

Steve will keep Awsum Roar fresh while we wait for an appropriate race to become available.



March 17, 2019

The Central Banker filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 51 flat over the Laurel Park track. That work was 25th best out of 28 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “She worked very well today. She continues to train very well.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 7 to 8 day breeze schedule preparing her for her return to New York.



March 17, 2019

Gran Saman ran a very good third ultimately getting outrun by the 7-5 favorite who already had 16 wins on his resume. Breaking from the 2 post Gran Saman tracked the leaders inside under a hold to the lane, had ample room on the fence through mid-stretch but was outkicked.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “He lacked room in the turn and he had to wait a bit. Once a spot opened up he finished with good energy. The winner is just a very talented horse.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “This was a tough field today. There was a 7-5 post time favorite in the race and our horse went off at 10-1. He only lost by 1 1/4 lengths so this result is better than it looks on paper. Another solid performance by this gritty horse.”

Gran Saman earned $4,840 for Sunday’s 3rd place finish.

Steve will see how Gran Saman comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



March 14, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 48.55 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 16th best out of 44 at the distance.

We spoke with assistant trainer Manny Gonzalez after the breeze. Manny said, “He worked nicely. We’re hoping to have him ready for his next race at the end of the month.”

Chris is pointing GiveTheMan a Cigar to the Maiden Special Weight going 1 mile at Aqueduct on March 31.



March 14, 2019

Gran Saman is entered to run in Wednesday’s 3rd race at Gulfstream Park which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for 4-year-olds and up which have never won $10,000 other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races or optional claiming price of $25,000. He drew post position 2 and jockey Tyler Gaffalione is named to ride. Gaffalione is currently ranked 4th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 63 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $51,000.

First race post time is 1:10 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 2:08 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



March 9, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 37.60 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 12th best out of 16 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well and is doing well. There’ an Allowance race in about a week and that looks like the spot where we’ll be running him next.”

Steve will point Gran Saman to the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf on March 17 at Gulfstream Park.



March 9, 2019

The Central Banker filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 37 flat over the Laurel Park track. That work was 4th best out of 13 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “This was her first breeze since arriving here at Laurel. I gave her an easy breeze and she went well.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 7 to 8 day breeze schedule preparing her for her return to New York.



March 5, 2019

E J's Revenge ran a somewhat disappointing 3rd at Parx on Tuesday losing to a very well-meant and under-bet horse that ran a very strong race. Breaking from post 2 E J's Revenge chased in the two-path, angled wider in the stretch, and went evenly late. E J’s revenge was claimed out of the race.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “He ran OK today. You like to win a race when you get claimed. That part is disappointing.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “He ran OK today. I would have liked to have seen this horse take the next step and he never really did. So it’s not the worst thing in the world to lose him today. It would have been perfect to have been able to have won this one. Overall we had this horse for about a year and a half. He earned 2 wins and 7 top-three finishes in 11 starts for us with $53,160 in purses and an additional $6,750 in Virginia-bred bonuses. He did very well for us and we classify him as a successful claim for the partners.”

E J's Revenge earned $2,530 for Tuesday’s third place finish.



March 3, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 38.96 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 30th best out of 32 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. I’m keeping from fresh until his next race.”

Steve will continue to keep Gran Saman fresh as he looks for an appropriate race for Gran Saman’s next start.



March 2, 2019

E J's Revenge is entered to run in Tuesday’s 3rd race at Parx which is a $12,500 Claiming N3L race going 6 1/2 furlongs for 4-year-olds and up. He drew post position 2 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 4 wins and a 6% winning percentage at the meet.

E J’s Revenge is currently the 1-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race as his best bet of the day.

The purse for this race is $23,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and E J's Revenge's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 1:49 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



February 27, 2019

The Central Banker filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Wednesday working 4 furlongs in 51.2 over the Webb Carroll Training Center track in an unpublished work.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “This filly is coming along very well. She’s been training perfectly over the training center track but she’s at the point where she needs to do more. I’m going to move her north to Laurel Park where we can proceed with her education.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 7 to 10 day breeze schedule preparing her for her return to New York.



February 24, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 51.45 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 51st best out of 58 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. Today’s was a maintenance breeze. He’s ready to go.”

Steve will continue to keep Gran Saman fresh as he looks for an appropriate race for Gran Saman’s next start.



February 24, 2019

All in Girl is entered to run in Friday’s 7th race at Laurel Park which is a Maiden Claiming $16,000 race going 6 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 5 and jockey Carol Cedeno is named to ride. Cedeno currently has 6 wins and a 9% winning percentage at the meet.

All in Girl is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select her to win the race, one as his best bet of the day, and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $22,000.

First race post time is 12:30 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 7 which is scheduled to go off at 3:49 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Laurel Park for a fun day of racing.



February 23, 2019

Awsum Roar is entered to run in Thursday’s 4th race at Gulfstream Park which is a Starter Allowance going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies and mares 4-years-old and up which have started for a claiming price of $16,000 or less in 2017-2019. She drew post position 4 and leading jockey Luis Saez is named to ride. Saez is currently ranked 2nd in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 84 wins and a 21% winning percentage.

Awsum Roar is currently the 9-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $31,000.

First race post time is 12:35 PM and Awsum Roar's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 2:05 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. . Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



February 19, 2019

The Central Banker filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Tuesday working 4 furlongs in 53.2 over the Webb Carroll Training Center track in an unpublished work.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “This was her first half mile work and she went nice and easy. She’s going very well. We plan to ship her to New York sometime in March.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 7 day breeze schedule preparing her for her return to New York.



February 17, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 36.62 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 11th best out of 31 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked very well. I was hoping to enter him to the Starter Allowance put up as an extra but it didn’t go. I’m hoping they bring it back.”

Steve will continue to look for an appropriate race for Gran Saman’s next start.



February 17, 2019

Awsum Roar breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 38.75 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 28th best out of 31 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s doing great. She’s a very nice horse. This was a maintenance breeze while we look for the best spot to run her next.”

Steve will keep Awsum Roar fresh while we wait for an appropriate race to become available.



February 17, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar is entered to run in Friday’s 1st race at Aqueduct which is a Maiden Special Weight going 7 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 1 and leading jockey Manny Franco is named to ride. Franco is currently leads the Aqueduct jockey standings with 59 wins and a 24% winning percentage.

GiveTheMan a Cigar is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race, and one DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $60,000.

First race post time is 12:50 PM and GiveTheMan a Cigar's race is Race 1. As always we’ll be in the exclusive Horseman’s Lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



February 14, 2019

The Sinner Is You is entered to run in Sunday’s 8th race at Aqueduct which is a Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs for 3-year-olds. He drew post position 7 and jockey Luis Reyes is named to ride. Reyes is currently ranked 9th in the Aqueduct jockey standings with 9 wins and an 8% winning percentage.

The Sinner Is You is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. One DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $60,000.

First race post time is 12:50 PM and The Sinner Is You's race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 4:40 PM. As always we’ll be in the exclusive Horseman’s Lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



February 10, 2019

All in Girl breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 50.56 over the Parx track. That work was 3rd best out of 5 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s doing very well. I’ve been trying to get her into a race for the past couple of weeks. As soon as something fills she’ll be in there.”

Steve will keep All in Girl fresh while we wait for an appropriate race to come up.



February 10, 2019

Awsum Roar breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 38.55 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 40th best out of 45 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s doing very well. I like this horse. We’re going to keep her lightly raced until we can get her back to New York in the spring.”

Steve will keep Awsum Roar fresh while we wait for an appropriate race to come up.



February 10, 2019

The Into Mischief colt, now named The Sinner Is You, breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs from the gate in 49.24 over the Belmont Park dirt training track. That work was 14th best out of 74 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He’s training really well. He remains on target for his debut on February 17th.”

Jeremiah will continue to train The Sinner Is You preparing him for his debut which we expect to be The Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs at Aqueduct on February 17.



February 9, 2019

The Central Banker filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 37.1 over the Webb Carroll Training Center track in an unpublished work.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “She continues to train very well and we’re nothing but pleased with her development. I’m looking forward to getting her back to New York in the spring.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 7 day breeze schedule preparing her for her return to New York.



February 8, 2019

E J's Revenge is entered to run in Monday’s 4th race at Parx which is a $25,000 Claiming N3L race going 1 1/16 miles for 4-year-olds and up. He drew post position 4 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 3 wins and a 7% winning percentage at the meet.

E J’s Revenge is currently 8-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $28,000.

First race post time is 12:25 PM and E J's Revenge's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 2:16 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



February 7, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar ran a good second at Aqueduct on Thursday losing to a 2-5 favorite yet having open daylight from the remainder of the field. GiveTheMan a Cigar grabbed control after an alert getaway, showed the way from along the inside, attended by the winner to the outside, was confronted by that foe approaching the quarter pole, relinquished shortly afterwards, and stayed on for the place.

We spoke with trainer Chris Englehart after the race and Chris said, “This horse has been training very well. He ran a very nice race today.”

We also spoke with jockey Manny Franco after the race and he said, “He got away very alertly and got right into the race. Maybe he got just a little tired at the end. He ran really well.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “He’s a nice horse but he keeps running into one very tough horse in every race. He continues to produce checks. We’ll get through and have him get his diploma at some point. We’re looking forward to a fun spring and summer campaign for him.”

GiveTheMan a Cigar earned $12,000 for Thursday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how GiveTheMan a Cigar comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



February 4, 2019

All in Girl breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 49.42 over the Parx track. That work was 4th best out of 31 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She worked really nicely this morning. I’m entering her today for the Maiden race on the 9th.”

Steve will train All in Girl up to her next race which we expect to be a Maiden Claiming $20,000 going 5 ½ furlongs at Parx on February 9.



February 3, 2019

The Into Mischief colt, now named The Sinner Is You, breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 51.22 over the Belmont Park dirt training track. That work was 91st best out of 104 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He’s doing great. He’s on target for his debut on February 17th.”

Jeremiah will continue to train The Sinner Is You preparing him for his debut which we expect to be The Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs at Aqueduct on February 17.



February 2, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar is entered to run in Thursday’s 3rd race at Aqueduct which is a Maiden Special Weight going 7 furlongs for 4-year-olds and up. He drew post position 4 and leading jockey Manny Franco is named to ride. Franco is currently leads the Aqueduct jockey standings with 50 wins and a 25% winning percentage.

GiveTheMan a Cigar is currently the 4-1 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $60,000.

First race post time is 12:50 PM and GiveTheMan a Cigar's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 1:53 PM. As always we’ll be in the exclusive Horseman’s Lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



February 1, 2019

The Central Banker filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 36.6 over the Webb Carroll Training Center track in an unpublished work.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “I was present for the breeze and I’m very impressed both with the way she worked and her overall development.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 7 day breeze schedule preparing her for her return to New York.



January 31, 2019

Kantharos’ Image ran a huge third at Gulfstream Park on Thursday pressing the pace and missing the grand prize by only a 1/2 length. Breaking from post 5 Kantharos’ Image pressed the pace two wide early, battled between Sleeping Giant and Call Wil from mid-turn to the furlong grounds, then kept on with good courage through the last 50 yards between the top two finishers.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “He got two rough trips in a row and didn’t give us the result we were looking for. Today he got a flawless ride and we saw what this horse is capable of.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “Steve has been high on this horse since we claimed him. We haven’t had the best racing luck but today the tables turned in our favor a bit. It was a great race and really fun to watch. I’m looking forward to his next one.”

Kantharos’ Image earned $2,800 for Thursday’s third place finish.

We’ll see how Kantharos’ Image comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



January 28, 2019

All in Girl breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 51.74 over the Parx track. That work was 31st best out of 44 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She went well and she’s coming along nicely. I’ve got her pointed to the Maiden race on February 9.”

Steve will train All in Girl up to her next race which we expect to be a Maiden Claiming $20,000 going 5 ½ furlongs at Parx on February 9.



January 27, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar is entered to run in Friday’s 2nd race at Aqueduct which is a Maiden Special Weight going 7 furlongs for 4-year-olds and up. He drew post position 2 and jockey Dylan Davis is named to ride. Davis is currently ranked 3rd in the Aqueduct jockey standings with 28 wins and a 16% winning percentage.

GiveTheMan a Cigar is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $68,000.

First race post time is 12:50 PM and GiveTheMan a Cigar's race is Race 2 which is scheduled to go off at 1:22 PM. As always we’ll be in the exclusive Horseman’s Lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



January 26, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 50.02 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 27th best out of 92 at the distance.

We spoke with assistant trainer Manny Gonzalez after the breeze. Manny said, “We gave him another leg stretcher this morning. Hopefully one of the races in early February will fill so we can run him. He’s been sitting on a race for a while.”

Chris is now pointing GiveTheMan a Cigar to the Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs at Aqueduct on February 2 or the Maiden Special Weight going 1 mile at Aqueduct on February 3.



January 26, 2019

The Into Mischief colt, now named The Sinner Is You, breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs from the gate in 51.69 over the Belmont Park dirt training track. That work was 77nd best out of 92 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He went well and got his gate card. I’m pointing him to the race on February 17.”

Jeremiah will continue to train The Sinner Is You preparing him for his debut which we expect to be The Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs at Aqueduct on February 17.



January 26, 2019

E J’s Revenge ran a good 2nd at Parx on Saturday locking horns with a very well meant horse that ultimately drew off and won by 9 lengths. E J’s Revenge vied for the lead inside, dropped back on the turn, but finished gamely for place.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “The winner was running well at the $25,000 level and was a very serious player in this race. Our horse ran well.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “We were the second favorite in the race and we ran to our odds. The winner was a monster today. We were second best. We pick up a good check and get to try again.”

E J’s Revenge earned $4,600 for Saturday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how E J’s Revenge comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



January 25, 2019

Kantharos’ Image is entered to run in Thursday’s 11th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $16,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for 4-year-olds and up. He drew post position 6 and jockey Romero Maragh is named to ride. Maragh is currently ranked 9th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 19 wins and a 7% winning percentage.

Kantharos’ Image is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $28,000.

First race post time is 12:00 AM and Kantharos’ Image's race is Race 1 which is scheduled to go off at 5:12 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



January 25, 2019

The Central Banker filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 37.1 over the Webb Carroll Training Center track in an unpublished work.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “She worked very nicely. She continues to come along well.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 6-8 day breeze schedule preparing her for her return to New York.



January 24, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Thursday working 3 furlongs in 37.34 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 4th best out of 6 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He went well and he’s doing fine. He’s ready and I’m looking for a good spot to run him.”

Steve will look for an appropriate race for Gran Saman’s next start.



January 24, 2019

Gran Saman is entered to run in Wednesday’s 9th race at Gulfstream Park which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for 4-year-olds and up which have never won $10,000 other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races or optional claiming price of $25,000. He drew post position 5 and leading jockey Jose Ortiz is named to ride. Ortiz is currently ranked 2nd in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 52 wins and a 23% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently 8-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. One DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $51,000.

First race post time is 12:35 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 4:41 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



January 21, 2019

E J’s Revenge is entered to run in Saturday’s 9th race at Parx which is a $12,000 Claiming N3L race going 6 furlongs for 4-year-olds and up. He drew post position 7 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 2 wins and a 9% winning percentage at the meet.

E J’s Revenge is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race.

The purse for this race is $23,000.

First race post time is 12:25 PM and E J’s Revenge's race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 4:01 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



January 18, 2019

The Central Banker filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 37.4 over the Webb Carroll Training Center track in an unpublished work.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “She’s doing extremely well on the farm. She’s really matured and filled out nicely. I’m looking to have her back in New York sometime in March.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 6-8 day breeze schedule preparing her for her return to New York.



January 18, 2019

True Heiress is entered to run in Monday’s 1st race at Gulfstream Park which is a $16,000 Claiming N3L race going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies and mares 4 years-old and up which have never won 3 races. She drew post position 9 and leading jockey Jose Ortiz is named to ride. Ortiz is currently ranked 2nd in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 41 wins and a 23% winning percentage.

True Heiress is currently the 7-2 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. Two DRF handicappers select her as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $24,000.

First race post time is 12:00 PM and True Heiress' race is Race 1. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



January 16, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Wednesday working 4 furlongs in 52.52 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 34th best out of 35 at the distance.

We spoke with assistant trainer Manny Gonzalez after the breeze. Manny said, “This was just a maintenance breeze. We’re keeping him tight waiting for one of his races to fill.”

Chris is pointing GiveTheMan a Cigar to a Maiden Special Weight going 7 furlongs at Parx on January 21.



January 16, 2019

All in Girl breezed on Wednesday working 4 furlongs in 53.12 over the Parx track. That work was 15th best out of 22 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She worked well and she’s coming along nicely. She’ll probably need one more before we can run her.”

Steve will train All in Girl up to her next race which we expect to be a Maiden $20,000 Claiming race at Parx in early February.



January 16, 2019

E J’s Revenge breezed on Wednesday working 4 furlongs in 53.02 at Parx. That work was 13th best out of 22 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. It was a freshener for his race next week. I’m pointing him to a race on Monday.”

Steve will enter E J’s Revenge to the $12,500 Claiming N3L going 6 furlongs at Parx on January 21st.



January 14, 2019

The Into Mischief colt, now named The Sinner Is You, breezed on Monday working 5 furlongs in 1:06.80 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 13th best out of 13 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He breezed well today. As usual, ignore the published time. I work my horses very slowly and easily during the winter because the training track is so deep. He’s doing very well. I’m hoping to work him from the gate next week and have him get his gate card.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 7-8 day work schedule preparing him for his debut.



January 12, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 35.80 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 2nd best out of 30 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked very nicely. He’s ready to go. I’m going to enter him into the next appropriate race that comes up.”

Steve will enter Gran Saman into the next appropriate race to become available.



January 9, 2019

Kantharos’ Image is entered to run in Saturday’s 4th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $16,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for 4-year-olds and up. He drew post position 3 and jockey Chris Landeros is named to ride. Landeros is currently ranked 12th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 9 wins and an 11% winning percentage.

Kantharos’ Image is currently 5-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $28,000.

First race post time is 11:45 AM and Kantharos’ Image's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 1:15 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



January 7, 2019

The Into Mischief colt, now named The Sinner Is You, breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 52.21 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 80th best out of 86 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He breezed well today. Ignore the published time. I work my horses very slowly and easily during the winter because the training track is so deep. I’m hoping he’s able to get his gate card this week.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 7-8 day work schedule preparing him for his debut.



January 4, 2019

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Friday working 4 furlongs in 50 flat over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 57th best out of 84 at the distance.

We spoke with assistant trainer Manny Gonzalez after the breeze. Manny said, “He worked well again. He’s sitting on a race. We’re just waiting for something to fill.”

Chris will keep GiveTheMan a Cigar fresh as he waits for an appropriate race to become available.



January 3, 2019

Gran Saman breezed on Thursday working 3 furlongs in 36.66 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 6th best out of 9 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well in his first breeze after the layoff. He’s moving forward toward his return race.”

Steve will breeze Gran Saman on a regular schedule as be trains him up to his next race.



January 3, 2019

True Heiress ran a solid third on Thursday at Gulfstream Park facing a full field of 12 horses and posting a career second best Beyer Speed Figure of 63 in the race. True Heiress had aim off the leading trio two, then three wide on the turn, loomed outside Boranda through the furlong grounds, and was outfinished between rivals.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “At the top of the stretch I thought we had that one. She ran very well.”

We also spoke with jockey Tyler Gaffalione after the race. He said, “I blame myself for that one. I rode her too confidently down the stretch and it wound up costing us. We should have done better.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “Coming out of the turn I thought we had dead aim. After hearing Tyler’s account it makes sense. Our regular rider, Edgard Zayas, is out with an injury and it was Tyler’s first time riding the horse so it would be unfair to blame him. It was very exciting and the partners pick up another check. We’ll come back and do it again next time.”

True Heiress earned $2,190 for Thursday’s third place finish.

Steve will see how True Heiress comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



January 2, 2019

Kantharos' Image breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 35.95 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was the bullet out of 6 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “I worked him in blinkers and he worked very well.”

Steve will point Kantharos' Image to the $16,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on January 12.



December 31, 2018

The Into Mischief colt, now named The Sinner Is You, breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 50.88 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 64th best out of 89 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He breezed nicely and he’s doing very well. I’m going to give him more gate schooling this week by having him go from a hand opened gate.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 10-11 day work schedule preparing him for his debut.



December 30, 2018

True Heiress is entered to run in Thursday’s 6th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $16,000 Claiming N3L race going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies and mares 4 years-old and up which have never won 3 races. She drew post position 8 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 6th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 15 wins and an 13% winning percentage.

True Heiress is currently 8-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. She’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race and DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $24,000.

First race post time is 12:35 PM and True Heiress' race is Race 6 which is scheduled to go off at 3:04 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



December 28, 2018

Roman Approval is entered to run in Monday’s 8th race at Laurel Park which is a $12,500 Claiming race going 1 1/16 miles for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 1 and jockey Jorge Vargas is named to ride. Vargas is currently ranked 5th in the Laurel Park jockey standings with 29 wins and a 17% winning percentage.

Roman Approval is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and two DRF handicappers select him as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $23,000.

First race post time is 12:30 PM and Roman Approval’s race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 4:00 PM. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Laurel Park for a fun day of racing.



December 23, 2018

Roman Approval breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 48.80 over the Laurel Park track. That work was 2nd best out of 19 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He worked very nicely. He’s on target for the race on December 30th.”

Jeremiah will point Roman Approval up to the $12,500 Claiming race going 1 1/16 miles at Laurel Park.



December 20, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 49.77 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 29th best out of 104 at the distance.

We spoke with assistant trainer Manny Gonzalez after the breeze. Manny said, “He continues to breeze very well. He’s ready to go. We’re just waiting for a race for him.”

Chris will keep GiveTheMan a Cigar fresh as he waits for an appropriate race to become available.



December 20, 2018

The Into Mischief colt, now named The Sinner Is You, breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 52.52 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 102nd best out of 104 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “This was his first 4 furlong work so we went nice and easy. He worked alone and he was a little green. Don’t pay any attention to the recorded time. Physically this is the best I’ve seen him look. He’s progressing perfectly and I’m going to give him some gate work this week.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 10-11 day work schedule preparing him for his debut.



December 17, 2018

Roman Approval breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 48.40 over the Laurel Park track labeled as “good”. That work was 3rd best out of 9 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He worked well. He’s ready to run. I’m pointing him to a race on December 30th.”

Jeremiah will train Roman Approval up to the $12,500 Claiming race going 1 1/16 miles at Laurel Park.



December 15, 2018

E J’s Revenge is entered to run in Tuesday’s 5th race at Parx which is a $25,000 Claiming N3L race going 6 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 4 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 28 wins and a 13% winning percentage at the meet.

E J’s Revenge is currently the 2-1 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and two DRF handicappers select him as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $28,000.

First race post time is 12:25 PM and E J’s Revenge's race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 2:13 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



December 12, 2018

True Heiress ran a very nice dead heat for second on Wednesday at Gulfstream Park going up against a full field of 12 horses and losing to a runaway winner that’s remains undefeated in her career. True Heiress showed good speed along from outside and angled in to race two wide. She vied for lead with the race winner, Solarte, in the turn but failed to match strides upper stretch. She kept on with response and finished on equal terms for second best.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “She looked very good today. The winner shipped in from Charles Town where she was 2 for 2. I guess that horse is the real deal and losing her to her is no embarrassment,”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “The winner was 2 for 2 on the dirt shipping in from Charles Town. She was a wild card in this race. She looked very impressive winning here so running second to her is flattering to our filly.”

True Heiress earned $3,390 for Wednesday’s second place dead heat.

Steve will see how True Heiress comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



December 9, 2018

The Into Mischief colt, now named The Sinner Is You, breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 38.05 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 10th best out of 30 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “This was only his first work off the layoff and he went very nicely. He’s doing very well.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 7-10 day work schedule preparing him for his debut.



December 8, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 37.05 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 12th best out of 31 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. This was a freshener for him. His race didn’t fill so he’s in a holding pattern until it goes.”

Steve will keep Gran Saman fresh as he waits for the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf to be used.



December 7, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Friday working 5 furlongs from the gate in 1:02.21 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 5th best out of 22 at the distance.

We spoke with assistant trainer Manny Gonzalez after the breeze. Manny said, “He breezed very well this morning and he’s doing well. He’ll need one, maybe two more breezes and then he should be ready to run.”

Chris will breeze GiveTheMan a Cigar on a 7 day breeze schedule training him up to a return race which should be sometime in late-December.



December 7, 2018

True Heiress is entered to run in Wednesday’s 6th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $16,000 Claiming N3L race going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up which have never won 3 races. She drew post position 11 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 6th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 5 wins and an 18% winning percentage.

True Heiress is currently 10-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. One DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $24,000.

First race post time is 12:35 PM and True Heiress' race is Race 6 which is scheduled to go off at 3:03 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



December 7, 2018

Kantharos’ Image is entered to run in Wednesday’s 8th race at Gulfstream Park which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up which have never won a race other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races, or optional Claiming price of $16,000. He drew post position 6 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 6th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 5 wins and an 18% winning percentage.

Kantharos’ Image is currently 8-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $40,000.

First race post time is 12:35 PM and Kantharos’ Image race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 4:05 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



December 4, 2018

All in Girl is entered to run in Tuesday’s 3rd race at Parx which is a Maiden Claiming $10,000 race going 6 furlongs for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 2 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 25 wins and a 13% winning percentage at the meet.

All in Girl is currently the 4-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select her to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $18,000.

First race post time is 12:25 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 1:19 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



November 28, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Wednesday working 4 furlongs in 50.02 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 18th best out of 63 at the distance.

We spoke with assistant trainer Manny Gonzalez after the breeze. Manny said, “He worked well and he’s progressing right on target. He’ll probably need a couple more breezes and then he’ll be ready to go.”

Chris will breeze GiveTheMan a Cigar on a 7 day breeze schedule training him up to a return race which should be sometime in mid-to-late-December.



November 27, 2018

E J’s Revenge won his second race in three starts at Parx on Tuesday putting away an odds on favorite and winning by an expanding 3 lengths. E J’s Revenge dueled inside, moved clear in the stretch, and edged away under steady handling.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “That was very impressive. Honestly I was concerned with the favorite. Then when he came out and leaned on us I thought we might be in trouble. This is a very nice win.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “Going into the race I was more optimistic than Steve. I would have been very disappointed if we didn’t win this one. Winning 2 out of the last 3 races this guy has picked up over $33,000 in just over a month. I’m very proud of this horse and very happy for all the partners.”

E J’s Revenge earned $16,200 for Tuesday’s win plus $4,050 in the Virginia-bred bonus.

We’ll see how E J’s Revenge comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



November 24, 2018

E J’s Revenge is entered to run in Tuesday’s 3rd race at Parx which is a $25,000 Claiming N2L race going 6 1/2 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 6 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 23 wins and a 13% winning percentage at the meet.

E J’s Revenge is currently the 7-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select him to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $27,000.

First race post time is 12:25 PM and E J’s Revenge's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 1:19 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



November 24, 2018

Roman Approval is entered to run in Thursday’s 5th race at Aqueduct which is a $40,000 Claiming race going 1 mile for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 7 and jockey Reylu Gutierrez is named to ride. Gutierrez currently has 8 wins and a 15% winning percentage at the meet.

Roman Approval is currently 10-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $57,000.

First race post time is 12:20 PM and Roman Approval’s race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 2:17 PM. As always we’ll be in the exclusive horseman’s lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



November 21, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Wednesday working 4 furlongs in 50.40 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 6th best out of 20 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well but came out of the breeze a little off. I’m going to have the vet take a look at her.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish preparing her for the $20,000 Claiming N2L going 1 1/16 miles on the turf on December 6th.



November 21, 2018

International Diva (IRE) is entered to run in Saturday’s 3rd race at Golden Gate Fields which is a $4,000 Claiming N2L race for fillies and mares 3-year-olds and up which have never won two races going 1 mile. She drew post position 4 and jockey JJ Hernandez is named to ride. Hernandez is currently ranked 3rd the Golden Gate Fields jockey standings with 14 wins and a 19% winning percentage.

International Diva (IRE) is currently the 1-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race as the best bet of the day. All three DRF handicappers select her to win the race and two handicappers select her as their best bet of the day.

The purse for this race is $10,400.

First race post time is 12:45 PM and International Diva (IRE)'s race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 1:45 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Golden Gate Fields for a fun day of racing.



November 21, 2018

Roman Approval breezed on Wednesday working 4 furlongs in 48.98 over the Belmont Park dirt training track. That work was 11th best out of 28 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He worked well. He’s ready to run and I’m looking for an appropriate next race for him.”

Jeremiah will keep Roman Approval fit as he prepares him for his next race.



November 19, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Monday working 3 furlongs in 38.60 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 27th best out of 39 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well. I’m pointing her to a race next week.”

Blaine will enter Diva (IRE) to the Claiming $4,000 N2L going 1 mile on the turf at Golden Gate Fields on November 22nd.



November 19, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 51.66 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 58th best out of 63 at the distance.

We spoke with assistant trainer Manny Gonzalez after the breeze. Manny said, “I clocked him in 50 flat and out in 1:03. He looked good.”

Chris will breeze GiveTheMan a Cigar on a 7 day breeze schedule training him up to a return race which should be sometime in mid-December.



November 18, 2018

Kantharos’ Image is entered to run in Friday’s 5th race at Gulfstream Park West which is an Allowance N1X going 6 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up which have never won a race other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races, or optional Claiming price of $12,500. He drew post position 5 and leading jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas currently leads the Gulfstream Park West jockey standings with 45 wins and a 22% winning percentage.

Kantharos’ Image is currently 8-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. He’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $42,000.

First race post time is 12:30 PM and Kantharos’ Image race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 2:32 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park West for a fun day of racing.



November 16, 2018

Kantharos' Image breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 36.22 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 2nd best out of 11 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s training very well. I’m going to enter him on Sunday to the Allowance next week.”

Steve will point Kantharos' Image to the Allowance N1X going 6 furlongs at Gulfstream Park West on November 23.



November 16, 2018

All in Girl again ran a disappointing second at Gulfstream Park West on Friday losing to a well meant horse conditioned by a 1-35 trainer. Breaking from post 5 All in Girl had aim off the dueling leaders three wide, loomed a threat in the four-path passing the three-sixteenths, could not go with the winner and also drifted out past the middle of the track, while clearly best of the others.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “This horse sure likes being a maiden. The racing is going to begin to get tougher here now so I’m going to bring this filly to Parx for the winter. The racing will be easier and the purses are very good.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “In the 8 races that we’ve run this filly she’s finished 2nd in 6 of them and 3rd once. She’s a steady earner and is always fun. She’ll get through at some point.”

All in Girl earned $3,150 for Friday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



November 14, 2018

True Heiress is entered to run in Saturday’s 9th race at Gulfstream Park West which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up which have never won a race other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races or optional claiming price of $16,000. . She drew post position 9 and jockey Samy Camacho is named to ride. Camacho is currently ranked 5th in the Gulfstream Park West jockey standings with 24 wins and a 14% winning percentage.

True Heiress is currently 15-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $42,000.

First race post time is 12:30 PM and True Heiress' race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 4:36 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park West for a fun day of racing.



November 12, 2018

True Heiress breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 36.61 over the Gulfstream Park dirt track. That work was 13th best out of 29 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s training very well. I wanted to put a tightener into her because I have her pointed to a race next week and it’s a big step up. So I wanted to tighten her up and put a little pop into her.”

Steve is pointing True Heiress to the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park West on November 17.



November 12, 2018

E J’s Revenge ran a very impressive 2nd at Parx on Monday battling gamely in deep stretch only to be run down by an odds on favorite. E J’s Revenge dueled for command two wide, drifted out through stretch, and was unable to match strides with the winner.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “He ran a winning race here today. He showed me a lot. Today’s race was very impressive.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “This horse continues to take big steps forward as he grows up and matures. He had every right to pack it in deep in the stretch when Where You Was ranged up on him and headed him. Instead he fought back and put that horse away. Unfortunately no one was beating the winner today. That’s why he was 3-5 on the board. We picked up a nice check and the partners got a gigantic thrill. I’m really looking forward to this horse’s next race. ”

E J’s Revenge earned $5,400 for Monday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how E J’s Revenge comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



November 11, 2018

Gran Saman is entered to run in Friday’s 7th race at Gulfstream Park West which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up which have never won a race other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races or optional claiming price of $25,000. He drew post position 7 and jockey Samy Camacho is named to ride. Camacho is currently ranked 4th in the Gulfstream Park West jockey standings with 24 wins and a 14% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently 12-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $47,000.

First race post time is 12:30 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 7 which is scheduled to go off at 3:34 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park West for a fun day of racing.



November 11, 2018

All in Girl is entered to run in Friday’s 2nd race at Gulfstream Park West which is a Maiden Claiming $10,000 race going 5 furlongs on the turf for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 5 and leading jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas currently leads the Gulfstream Park West jockey standings with 40 wins and a 23% winning percentage.

All in Girl is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select her to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $17,000.

First race post time is 12:30 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 2 which is scheduled to go off at 1:02 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park West for a fun day of racing.



November 10, 2018

All in Girl breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 37.26 over the Gulfstream Park dirt track. That work was 16th best out of 40 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “Her race didn’t fill so I gave her a little breeze to let off some steam. There’s an extra out for tomorrow and I’ll enter her there and hope the race goes.”

Steve will enter All in Girl fresh to the Maiden $10,000 Claiming race going 5 ½ furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park West on November 16.



November 9, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 38 flat over the Belmont Park training track in an unpublished work.

We spoke with assistant trainer Manny Gonzalez after the breeze. Manny said, “It was his first breeze back since the layoff. He looked very good. I’m going to try to breeze him back next weekend.”

Chris will breeze GiveTheMan a Cigar on a 7-9 day breeze schedule training him up to a return race.



November 9, 2018

E J’s Revenge is entered to run in Monday’s 2nd race at Parx which is a $25,000 Claiming N2L race going 6 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 6 (Program Number 2X) and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 20 wins and a 14% winning percentage at the meet.

E J’s Revenge is currently the 8-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus third choice to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select him as their second choice in the race and one DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $27,000.

First race post time is 12:25 PM and E J’s Revenge's race is Race 2 which is scheduled to go off at 12:52 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



November 8, 2018

Kantharos' Image breezed on Thursday working 3 furlongs in 35.53 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was the bullet out of 9 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked really well. I’ve got a couple of options lined up for him for his next race.”

Steve will point Kantharos' Image to the $16,000 Claiming N3L race going 6 furlongs at Gulfstream Park West on November 22 or the Allowance N1X going 6 furlongs at Gulfstream Park West on November 23.



November 5, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Monday working 3 furlongs in 38.70 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 6th best out of 6 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “I worked him nice and easy just to let off a little steam because we had to scratch him this week. We’ll look for another race to run him.”

Steve will keep Gran Saman fresh as he looks for the next appropriate race to run him.



November 2, 2018

Roman Approval is entered to run in Wednesday’s 7th race at Aqueduct which is a $32,000 Claiming race going 6 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 6 and jockey Manny Franco is named to ride. Franco currently has 210 wins and a 17% winning percentage for 2018.

Roman Approval is currently 9-2 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $52,000.

First race post time is 12:20 PM and Roman Approval’s race is Race 7 which is scheduled to go off at 3:17 PM. As always we’ll be in the exclusive horseman’s lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



November 2, 2018

Unusually Stylish is entered to run in Thursday’s 5th race at Golden Gate Fields which is an Allowance N1X going 6 furlongs on the synthetic for fillies 3-years-old and up which have never won $10,000 once other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races. She drew post position 2 and leading jockey JJ Hernandez is named to ride. Hernandez is currently ranked 6th in the Golden Gate Fields jockey standings with 5 wins and a 13% winning percentage.

Unusually Stylish is currently the 4-1 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $27,000.

First race post time is 12:45 PM and Unusually Stylish's race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 2:55 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Golden Gate Fields for a fun day of racing.



November 1, 2018

International Diva (IRE) ran a very strong race in her first start on the synthetic finishing second, 5 lengths ahead of the next horse, and posting a career high Beyer Speed Figure of 66. International Diva (IRE), breaking from the 6 post, settled mid pack to the second turn, raced three wide to the stretch, then steadily closed the gap while easily second best.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the race and Blaine said, “This one is totally on me. The filly hadn’t been finishing in her last couple of races and I gave JJ the instructions to keep her anchored and to not move until late in the race. Unfortunately he followed my instructions to the letter and it let the winner get away uncontested. Once the race unfolded I wish I had just let him go without any directions. We should have won the race.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “She ran a winning race but we just allowed the winner to get away on the front end walking the dog. She trains well on the synthetic and she showed it by posting a career high Beyer Speed Figure. We’ll collect the second place money and move on.”

International Diva (IRE) earned $2,080 for Thursday’s second place finish.

Blaine will see how International Diva (IRE) comes out of the race and he’ll point her accordingly.



October 31, 2018

True Heiress breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 39.25 over the Gulfstream Park dirt track. That work was 15th best out of 15 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She’s doing well. Today was a leg stretcher because her race didn’t fill.”

Steve will keep True Heiress fresh as he locates the next appropriate race in which to run her.



October 30, 2018

Roman Approval breezed on Tuesday working 4 furlongs in 48.63 over the Saratoga dirt training track. That work was the bullet out of 9 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “We’re going to be sprinting him next race so I wanted to put a little zip into him. I’m going to be entering him later in the week.”

Jeremiah will enter Roman Approval to the $32,000 Claiming race going 6 furlongs at Aqueduct on November 6th.



October 26, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 37.05 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 10th best out of 16 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He went well and he’s training well. I’ll be entering him later today to the Allowance on Wednesday.”

Steve will enter Gran Saman to the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on October 31st.



October 26, 2018

International Diva (IRE) is entered to run in Thursday’s 5th race at Golden Gate Fields which is a $4,000 Claiming N2L race for fillies and mares 3-year-olds and up which have never won two races going 1 mile. She drew post position 6 and jockey JJ Hernandez is named to ride. Hernandez is currently ranked 7th the Golden Gate Fields jockey standings with 3 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

International Diva (IRE) is currently the 2-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. All three DRF handicappers select her to win the race.

The purse for this race is $10,400.

First race post time is 12:45 PM and International Diva (IRE)'s race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 2:54 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Golden Gate Fields for a fun day of racing.



October 23, 2018

E J’s Revenge crushed a field of maidens at Parx on Tuesday drawing off and winning by more than 11 lengths. E J’s Revenge broke from the 5 post. He raced two wide, took the lead on the turn, and drew off while fully extended.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “That was a very nice win today. He’s been training very well and it was nice to see him put it all together on the racetrack.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “He looked very impressive today. He was in command every step of the way and he just opened up on them and drew off. This is a great way to win for the horse and the partners. The icing on the cake is that he’s a Virginia-bred and we pick up a 25% bonus just for winning the race.”

E J’s Revenge earned $10,800 for Tuesday’s win plus $2,700 in the Virginia-bred bonus.

We’ll see how E J’s Revenge comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



October 21, 2018

Kantharos’ Image is entered to run in Friday’s 8th race at Gulfstream Park West which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up which have never won a race other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races, or optional Claiming price of $16,000. He drew post position 3 and leading jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas currently leads the Gulfstream Park West jockey standings with 21 wins and a 23% winning percentage.

Kantharos’ Image is currently the 9-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race and one DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $42,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and Kantharos’ Image race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 5:07 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park West for a fun day of racing.



October 20, 2018

E J’s Revenge is entered to run in Tuesday’s 2nd race at Parx which is a Maiden Claiming $10,000 race going 5 1/2 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 6 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo currently has 15 wins and a 14% winning percentage at the meet.

E J’s Revenge is currently the 9-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and two DRF handicappers select him as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $18,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and E J’s Revenge's race is Race 2 which is scheduled to go off at 1:22 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



October 19, 2018

Roman Approval breezed on Friday working 4 furlongs in 50.61 over the Saratoga dirt training track. That work was 14th best out of 19 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He worked well. We’re keeping him fresh for his next race. The next Aqueduct condition book should be out this weekend. Once it’s published I’ll know where we’re pointing him next.”

Jeremiah will keep Roman Approval fit as he prepares him for his next race.



October 18, 2018

Unusually Stylish is entered to run in Sunday’s 9th race at Golden Gate Fields which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies 3-years-old and up which have never won $10,000 once other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races. She drew post position 2 and leading jockey Irving Orozco is named to ride. Orozco currently has 156 wins and a 21% winning percentage in 2018.

Unusually Stylish is currently 10-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $27,000.

First race post time is 12:45 PM and Unusually Stylish's race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 5:00 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Golden Gate Fields for a fun day of racing.



October 14, 2018

All in Girl again ran a disappointing second at Gulfstream Park West on Sunday losing to another gate to wire winner. Breaking from post 10 All in Girl raced in tracking position in range of the early leader, roused forward to challenge Bonnie Scot at the quarter pole, could not kick on with the sharp winner at the top of the stretch, continued a steady effort and lasted for second best.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “She ran another good race but the outside post cost her the win today.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “She looked much the best on paper today but she’s been catching the outside post an awful lot. The good news is that she continues to crank out checks for the partners.”

All in Girl earned $3,000 for Sunday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



October 13, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:03.20 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 53rd best out of 69 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked nicely. I’m going to enter her tomorrow to the race on the 18th.”

Blaine will enter Diva (IRE) to the Claiming #12,500 N2L going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Golden Gate Fields on October 18th.



October 11, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 50.20 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 17th best out of 39 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well. She’s still on track for her next race on October 21st.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish preparing her for the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Golden Gate Fields on October 21st.



October 11, 2018

All in Girl is entered to run in Sunday’s 10th race at Gulfstream Park West which is a Maiden Claiming $10,000 race going 5 furlongs on the turf for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 10 and leading jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas currently leads the Gulfstream Park West jockey standings with 10 wins and a 24% winning percentage.

All in Girl is currently the 7-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select her to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $17,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 10 which is scheduled to go off at 6:07 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park West for a fun day of racing.



October 8, 2018

True Heiress ran to a very strong win on Monday scoring her second career victory and soundly defeating a field of 8 other horses. True Heiress sat in good position comfortably tracking the top two leaders. She then moved up into closer contention approaching quarter pole. She was given cue in upper stretch and up to challenge Erotic Kiss for lead briefly matched strides then kicked clear.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “The drop in class was all this filly needed to show us her talent. She looked very good today.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “She looked very professional sitting chilly in the pocket then rolling up to take command. This is a nice win for the filly and a great experience for the partners. Congratulations to the connections and to the filly for an impressive win.”

True Heiress earned $11,600 for Monday’s win.

Steve will see how True Heiress comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



October 7, 2018

Kantharos’ Image is entered to run in Sunday’s 3rd race at Gulfstream Park West which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up which have never won a race other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races, or optional Claiming price of $16,000. He drew post position 7 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas currently has 2 wins and a 12% winning percentage at the meet.

Kantharos’ Image is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race as his best bet of the day and one DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $42,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and Kantharos’ Image race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 2:12 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park West for a fun day of racing.



October 6, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:03.20 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 27th best out of 37 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well. We’re pointing her to a race here on October 18th.”

Blaine will breeze International Diva (IRE) on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her next race which we expect to be the Claiming #12,500 N2L going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Golden Gate Fields on October 18th.



October 5, 2018

True Heiress is entered to run in Monday’s 4th race at Gulfstream Park West which is a Claiming $8,000 N2L race going 5 furlongs on the turf for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up, which have never won 2 races. She drew post position 9 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 4th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 2 wins and a 20% winning percentage.

True Heiress is currently 8-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race as his best bet of the day.

The purse for this race is $19,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and True Heiress' race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 2:51 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park West for a fun day of racing.



October 4, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Thursday working 3 furlongs in 38.20 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 7th best out of 12 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well. I’m pointing her to a race later in the month.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish to the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Golden Gate Fields on October 21st.



October 1, 2018

E J’s Revenge is entered to run in Saturday’s 9th race at Parx which is a Maiden Claiming $20,000 race going 6 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 2 and jockey Angel Arroyo is named to ride. Arroyo is currently has 11 -wins and a 13% winning percentage at the meet.

E J’s Revenge is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line second favorite in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second in the race and one DRF handicapper select him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $24,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and E J’s Revenge's race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 4:31 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



September 30, 2018

Roman Approval is entered to run in Friday’s 1st race at Belmont Park which is a Claiming $40,000 race going 1 1/8 miles on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 6 and jockey Manny Franco is named to ride. Franco currently has 17 wins and a 14% winning percentage at the meet.

Roman Approval is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $60,000.

First race post time is 1:30 PM and Roman Approval’s race is Race 1. As always we’ll be at the Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Belmont Park for a fun day of racing.



September 30, 2018

True Heiress breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 35.14 over the Gulfstream Park dirt track. That work was the bullet out of 27 at the distance.



September 30, 2018

The Central Banker 2YO filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 37.31 over the Saratoga dirt training track. That work was 2nd best out of 3 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “She worked very nicely. However she came off the track sore. I’m going have the vet go over her.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 6-8 day breeze schedule preparing her for her debut.



September 30, 2018

All in Girl ran a reasonable second at Gulfstream Park on Sunday losing to a runaway gate to wire winner. Breaking from post 9 All in Girl chased the pace then applied pressure to winner at the quarter pole, was no match for the rival out of the turn, but kept along for the runner up spot.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “She got caught up in a pace duel trying to chase the winner. It didn’t set up for her but she was clearly second best.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “She ran well. It was another tough beat but the upside is that this filly continues to produce checks. Every race is exciting and the partners are having a lot of fun.”

All in Girl earned $3,230 for Sunday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



September 30, 2018

E J’s Revenge breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 51.76 at Parx. That work was 26th best out of 32 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s been sitting on a race and this was a little work to blow off some steam and stay fresh. I plan to enter him tomorrow for a race on Saturday.”

Steve will enter E J’s Revenge to the Maiden Claiming $20,000 race going 6 furlongs at Parx on October 6th.



September 29, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 51.60 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 64th best out of 67 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well. We’re going to work her regularly and look for a race when the meet resumes in October.”

Blaine will breeze International Diva (IRE) on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her next race.



September 29, 2018

Kantharos' Image breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 38.73 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 25th best out of 30 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked nicely. Today’s breeze was to prepare him for a race next week.”

Steve will enter Kantharos' Image to the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park West on October 7th.



September 27, 2018

Gran Saman scored an extremely impressive victory on Thursday stepping up into Allowance company and soundly handling the 3-5 favorite. Gran Saman rated under slight restraint in the early stages then was set down for the drive along the outside. He reached late leader and kicked by that rival to finish clear.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “That was a beautiful performance by this horse. Every time we step him up he answers the call. I’m extremely pleased.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “This is Gran Saman’s third win in a row and fourth since we claimed him last year. We’ve had him less than a year and he’s earned over $63,000 for the partners. Today’s win was beyond exciting. This is a super win for the partners and also the horse.”

Gran Saman earned $24,000 for Thursday’s win.

Steve will see how Gran Saman comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



September 27, 2018

All in Girl is entered to run in Sunday’s 1st race at Gulfstream Park which is a Maiden $12,500 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 9 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 4th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 41 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

All in Girl is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select her to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $19,000.

First race post time is 12:45 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 1. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



September 23, 2018

The Central Banker 2YO filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 38.11 over the Saratoga dirt training track. That work was 2nd best out of 2 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “I worked her by herself and she went easy and in hand. I’m extremely pleased with this filly, how she’s been training, and her development. The time off did her a world of good. She came back a totally different horse.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 6-8 day breeze schedule preparing her for her debut.



September 22, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 38.60 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 12th best out of 23 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She went well. We’re going to tighten her up and train her up to a race when the meet returns here in October.”

Blaine will breeze International Diva (IRE) on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her next race.



September 22, 2018

Gran Saman is entered to run in Thursday’s 3rd race at Gulfstream Park which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up which have never won a race other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races or optional claiming price of $25,000. He drew post position 7 and jockey Sal Camacho is named to ride. Camacho currently has 42 wins and a 16% winning percentage at the meet.

Gran Saman is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. He’s the DRF Consensus third choice to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice the race and one DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $47,000.

First race post time is 2:00 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 2:59 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



September 20, 2018

Roman Approval breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 49.76 over the Belmont Park main track. That work was 7th best out of 18 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He worked well. I’m pointing him to a race on October 11th and I’ll be entering him into other races as MTO along the way trying to get him into a race.”

Jeremiah will train Roman Approval up to the $40,000 Claiming race going 1 mile at Belmont Park on October 11th.



September 16, 2018

The Central Banker 2YO filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Sunday working 2 furlongs in 24.3 over the Saratoga dirt training track in an unpublished work.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “I worked her nice and easy in hand and she went very nicely and galloped out very well. She’s doing great.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 7 day breeze schedule preparing her for her debut.



September 14, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Monday working 3 furlongs in 36.46 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 5th best out of 8 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. We’re keeping him fresh trying to get him into a race.”

Steve will point Gran Saman to the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on September 27th.



September 13, 2018

True Heiress is entered to run in Sunday’s 8th race at Gulfstream Park which is a Claiming $16,000B race going 5 furlongs on the turf for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up, which have never won 2 races, or three year olds. She drew post position 5 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 4th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 35 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

True Heiress is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race as his best bet of the day, one DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race, and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $24,000.

First race post time is 12:45 PM and True Heiress' race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 4:22 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



September 13, 2018

Kantharos’ Image ran a huge second at Gulfstream Park on Thursday losing to the odds on favorite who got away with a very easy gate to wire trip. Breaking from post 5 Kantharos’ Image saved ground then waited for racing room along inside in the turn, angled out and under strong ride gained ground on the winner.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “He ran a huge race today. I always felt this horse was bred for the turf. It’s nice when you claim a horse and turn out to be right.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “Today’s effort was huge. The winner got away with a soft easy lead and we still were almost able to run him down. This was a great race for the partners and a great race for the horse. We picked up a nice purse running second.”

Kantharos’ Image earned $8,820 for Thursday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how Kantharos’ Image comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



September 12, 2018

Unusually Stylish is entered to run in Saturday’s 7th race at Golden Gate Fields which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies 3-years-old and up which have never won $10,000 once other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races. She drew post position 11 and leading jockey Irving Orozco is named to ride. Orozco currently leads the Golden Gate Fields jockey standings with 18 wins and a 23% winning percentage.

Unusually Stylish is currently the 4-1 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $27,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and Unusually Stylish's race is Race 7 which is scheduled to go off at 4:15 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Golden Gate Fields for a fun day of racing.



September 9, 2018

Roman Approval breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 51.22 over the Belmont Park main track. That work was 79th best out of 101 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He worked well and he’s training very well. Although his career has been on the turf he’s been training very well on the dirt and I’m looking to get him a start on the dirt to see how he performs.”

Jeremiah will train Roman Approval up to the $40,000 Claiming race going 1 1/16 miles at Belmont Park on September 26th.



September 7, 2018

E J’s Revenge breezed on Friday working 4 furlongs in 49.59 at Parx. That work was 8th best out of 18 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “This horse continues to train well. He’s getting very close to being ready for a race.”

Steve will breeze E J’s Revenge on a regular schedule preparing him for a return race at Parx.



September 6, 2018

Kantharos' Image breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 48.43 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 6th best out of 34 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He put in another very nice work. I’m entering him later today to the race next Thursday.”

Steve will enter Kantharos' Image to the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park.



September 6, 2018

Kantharos’ Image is entered to run in Thursday’s 9th race at Gulfstream Park which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up which have never won a race other than Maiden, Claiming, or Starter or which have never won 2 races, or optional Claiming price of $16,000. He drew post position 2 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 5th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 33 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

Kantharos’ Image is currently 10-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $42,000.

First race post time is 2:00 PM and Kantharos’ Image race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 6:02 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



September 3, 2018

All in Girl ran a disappointing second at Gulfstream Park on Monday losing to a somewhat surprising winner, who had the pace set up perfectly for her. Breaking from post 8 All in Girl dueled for the early lead, continued to battle into stretch, drifted out wider under right handed drive, dug in gamely then, outkicked late.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “With us chasing the 3rd place horse all the way around it set up perfectly for the winner. It’s disappointing but it’s the way the race unfolded.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “We ran a good race. It’s just too bad that we had to go out there with Kaylie’s Girl. Our filly got a little used up while Paola had it all her own way. It’s disappointing but also exciting for the partners. The filly earned a nice check and we’ll go out and try again next time.”

All in Girl earned $4,160 for Monday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



September 3, 2018

International Diva (IRE) is entered to run in Saturday’s 6th race at Golden Gate Fields which is a Claiming $20,000 race for fillies and mares 3-years-old and up going 1 1/16 miles on the turf. She drew post position 6 and leading jockey JJ Hernandez is named to ride. Hernandez currently has 125 wins and a 22% winning percentage for 2018.

International Diva (IRE) is currently the 4-1 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $18,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and International Diva (IRE)'s race is Race 6 which is scheduled to go off at 3:45 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Golden Gate Fields for a fun day of racing.



September 2, 2018

Kantharos' Image breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 48.43 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 6th best out of 34 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He's been training very well and he worked very nicely this morning. He’s sharp and we’re ready to enter him.”

Steve will point Kantharos' Image to the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on September 13th.



September 2, 2018

E J’s Revenge breezed on Sunday working 5 furlongs from the gate in 1:01.65 at Parx. That work was 5th best out of 8 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. He might be ready to go. I’ll see how he comes out of this work and then I’ll have a better idea.”

Steve will breeze E J’s Revenge on a regular schedule preparing him for a return race at Parx.



September 2, 2018

Roman Approval breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 49.06 over the Belmont Park main track. That work was 9th best out of 36 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He worked very nicely. I’m very pleased. I’m looking at a race on September 16th for him.”

Jeremiah will train Roman Approval up to the $40,000 Claiming race going 1 1/16 miles at Belmont Park on September 26th.



September 2, 2018

Alwanees ran a very good second on Sunday at Parx chasing the gate to wire favorite and finishing well ahead of the rest of the field. Alwanees advanced outside after half a mile, reached even terms in mid-stretch, but just missed. Alwanees was claimed out of the race.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “When you get taken in a race you always want to win. He ran a very nice race. The horse that beat us is legitimate.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “It would have been nice to have won that one. It’s all part of the game. This horse was productive for us once we got him running. I think he’ll be a nice horse for someone going forward.”

Alwanees earned $5,400 for Sunday’s second place finish.

Alwanees was claimed out of today’s race for $25,000.



September 1, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:02.20 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 17th best out of 33 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well today. She’s ready to run. I’m looking at a $20,000 Claiming race next week and I’m also going to see if they have any plans to put up a Starter Allowance.”

Blaine will point International Diva (IRE) to the $20,000 Claiming N2L going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Golden Gate Fields on September 8th.



August 31, 2018

All in Girl is entered to run in Monday’s 12th race at Gulfstream Park which is a Maiden $12,500 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 9 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 4th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 29 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

All in Girl is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select her to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $19,000.

First race post time is 12:45 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 12 which is scheduled to go off at 6:36 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



August 28, 2018

Alwanees is entered to run in Sunday’s 5th race at Parx which is a $25,000 Claiming race going 7 ½ furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up which have never won two races. He drew post position 12 and jockey Jeremy Rose is named to ride. Rose currently has 9 wins and a 7% winning percentage for 2018.

Alwanees is currently the 9-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $27,000.

First race post time is 12:55 AM and Alwanees’ race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 2:43 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx a fun afternoon of racing.



August 27, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Monday working 3 furlongs in 37.80 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 16th best out of 25 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. There’s an Allowance race in early September which might be his next spot. He’s training well.”

Steve will point Gran Saman to the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on September 8th.



August 27, 2018

Kantharos' Image breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 48.69 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 16th best out of 38 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. He's coming along very nicely. ”

Steve will to breeze Kantharos' Image on a 7 day work schedule preparing him for a return race at Gulfstream Park.



August 26, 2018

E J’s Revenge breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 50.72 at Parx. That work was 10th best out of 14 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He breezed well and he’s coming right along. He should be getting close to being ready for a race.”

Steve will breeze E J’s Revenge on a regular schedule preparing him for a return race at Parx.



August 26, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 50.92 over the Parx track. That work was 11th best out of 13 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s doing Well. This work sets him up for his next race on September 2nd.”

Steve enter Alwanees to the $25,000 Claiming race going 7 1/2 furlongs on the turf at Parx on September 2nd.



August 26, 2018

Unusually Stylish is entered to run in Friday’s 7th race at Del Mar which is an Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 5 and jockey Tyler Baze is named to ride. Baze is currently ranked 3rd in the Del Mar jockey standings with 24 wins and a 16% winning percentage.

Unusually Stylish is currently the 7-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. She’s tied for the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $62,000.

First race post time is 3:30 PM and Unusually Stylish's race is Race 7 which is scheduled to go off at 6:29 PM. As always there will be Hibiscus owner’s boxes and a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Del Mar for a fun day of racing.



August 25, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 50 flat at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 41st best out of 65 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “I worked her in company with our other filly, International Diva. She worked well and in hand and this breeze sets her up for her race next week at Del Mar.”

Blaine will enter Unusually Stylish to the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Del Mar on August 31st.



August 25, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 50 flat at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 41st best out of 65 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “I worked her in company with our other filly, Unusually Stylish. She worked well and looks like she held her fitness pretty well.”

Blaine will breeze International Diva (IRE) on a 7-day work schedule as he prepares her for her next race.



August 22, 2018

All in Girl ran a reasonable third at Gulfstream Park on Wednesday losing to a surprise filly coming off a 60 day layoff. Breaking from post 8 All in Girl vied between rivals then steadied slightly losing position in mid-turn, kept along racing along the rail into upper stretch then gave way and lasted for show.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “The winner, coming off a two-month layoff, ran a much improved race. Whatever was wrong with her obviously got fixed during the time off.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “The winner went gate to wire in lightning fast splits. None of the horses in this race have ever gone that fast. In fact, the winner of this race ran faster than any other race of the day going 5 furlongs on the turf. It even went faster than the N1X for males. It was a huge performance and our 3rd place result is better than it looks on paper”

All in Girl earned $1,530 for Wednesday’s third place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



August 21, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Tuesday working 4 furlongs in 51.14 over the Parx track. That work was 62nd best out of 75 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s doing OK. I’m getting him ready for a race the first week of September.”

Steve will train Alwanees up to the $25,000 Claiming race going 7 1/2 furlongs on the turf at Parx on September 2nd.



August 20, 2018

E J’s Revenge breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 48 flat at Parx in an unpublished work.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked very well and he continues to come along very nicely.”

Steve will breeze E J’s Revenge on a regular schedule preparing him for a return race at Parx.



August 19, 2018

Kantharos' Image breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 35.81 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 3rd best out of 23 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked very impressively this morning. I’m very pleased with the way he’s coming along. ”

Steve will to breeze Kantharos' Image on a 7 day work schedule preparing him for a return race at Gulfstream Park.



August 18, 2018

True Heiress is entered to run in Thursday’s 5th race at Gulfstream Park which is a Claiming $12,500B race going 5 furlongs on the turf for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up, which have never won 2 races, or three year olds. She drew post position 4 and jockey Nik Juarez is named to ride. Juarez is currently ranked 10th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 14 wins and a 12% winning percentage.

True Heiress is currently the 4-1 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $31,000.

First race post time is 2:00 PM and True Heiress' race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 4:00 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



August 18, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 39.40 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 19th best out of 20 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well today. I think the track might be a little bit sluggish. I had a few work slow today.”

Blaine will train Unusually Stylish up to her next race which could be the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Del Mar on August 31st.



August 17, 2018

All in Girl is entered to run in Wednesday’s 9th race at Gulfstream Park which is a Maiden $12,500 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 8 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 5th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 22 wins and a 14% winning percentage.

All in Girl is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race and two DRF handicappers select her as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $19,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 5:30 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



August 15, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 37.02 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 3rd best out of 7 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “His race didn’t go and it wasn’t brought back so I gave him a leg-stretcher. I’ll keep him fresh until a race for him shows up.”

Steve will keep Gran Saman fresh as we wait for an appropriate race at Gulfstream Park.



August 14, 2018

E J’s Revenge breezed on Tuesday working 4 furlongs in 50.48 at Parx. That work was 8th best out of 10 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well and he’s coming right along. I’m very pleased with his progress.”

Steve will breeze E J’s Revenge on a regular schedule preparing him for a return race at Parx.



August 12, 2018

The Into Mischief colt, now named The Sinner Is You, breezed on Sunday working 5 furlongs in 1:03.44 over the Saratoga dirt training track. That work was 15th best out of 18 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He worked well and I’m very pleased. I worked him in company and he handled his workmate rather convincingly.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 7 day work schedule preparing him for his debut which we expect to be in late-August in Saratoga.



August 12, 2018

Kantharos’ Image breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 38.26 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 30th best out of 39 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He went well and he’s doing great. I’ll get him working on a regular schedule and get him trained up to a return race.”

Steve will to breeze Kantharos’ Image on a 7 day work schedule preparing him for a return race at Gulfstream Park.



August 9, 2018

All in Girl breezed on Thursday working 3 furlongs in 38.50 over the Gulfstream Park dirt track. That work was 9th best out of 9 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “I’ve been trying to get her into a race but it hasn’t filled and hasn’t yet been brought back. So I gave her a leg-stretcher this morning just to let off a little steam. She’s doing very well.”

Steve will keep All in Girl fresh as we wait for the appropriate race to become available for her to run next.



August 8, 2018

True Heiress breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 36.03 over the Gulfstream Park dirt track. That work was 3rd best out of 7 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She worked very nicely and she’s doing very well. I’m pointing her to a race on August 18th.”

Steve will prepare True Heiress for the $30,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on August 18th.



August 6, 2018

The Into Mischief colt, now named The Sinner Is You, breezed on Monday working 5 furlongs in 1:03.63 over the Belmont Park dirt training track. That work was 8th best out of 16 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He worked great and he’s coming along great. I couldn’t be more pleased. I’m bringing him back to Saratoga to put the final touches on him for a debut at Saratoga in the third book.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 7 day work schedule preparing him for his debut which we expect to be in mid-August in Saratoga.



August 5, 2018

E J’s Revenge breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 38.67 at Parx. That work was 3rd best out of 3 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked very well. I only had him go 2 furlongs but the clockers picked up the gallop out and recorded it. He’s come back very nicely and we’ll just get him ready.”

Steve will breeze E J’s Revenge on a regular schedule preparing him for a return race.



August 4, 2018

Unusually Stylish broke her maiden in impressive fashion at Santa Rosa on Saturday stalking the leader then running her down with a late burst of energy in deep stretch to notch the win. Breaking from 2-post Unusually Stylish broke alertly but was collared early by the runner up. She was pressing that one then was crowded by Meeting Adjourned leaving the half mile pole and checked at the seven sixteenths. She saved ground to the stretch then responded determinedly in the final furlong and was along in time.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the race and Blaine said, “I always felt his girl was a very nice filly. She’s had her share of issues along the way but today she really showed us what she’s capable of doing.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “It’s taken a lot of patience with this filly. All the credit goes to Blaine for taking his time and ensuring that she was 100% ready before he asked her to do anything that she might not be able to do. Running her in this spot was beautiful in that it was a short field, easier than the crew at Del Mar, yet against open company where we were able to pick up the bonus. This was a long time coming and I couldn’t be more proud of the horse and more excited for the partners.”

Unusually Stylish earned $20,280 for Saturday’s win plus another $10,000 for the California Maiden Bonus.

Blaine will see how Unusually Stylish comes out of the race and he’ll point her accordingly.



August 3, 2018

Alwanees is entered to run in Monday’s 7th race at Parx which is a $25,000 Claiming race going 7 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up which have never won two races. He drew post position 7 and jockey Joshua Navarro is named to ride. Navarro is currently ranked 5th in the Parx jockey standings with 46 wins and a 19% winning percentage.

Alwanees is currently the 5-1 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race and one DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $27,000.

First race post time is 12:55 AM and Alwanees’ race is Race 7 which is scheduled to go off at 3:37 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx a fun afternoon of racing.



August 1, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 36.65 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 3rd best out of 12 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked very nicely. He’s doing great. We’re keeping him sharp for his next start.”

Steve is pointing Gran Saman to the Allowance N1X going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on August 16th.



August 1, 2018

Unusually Stylish is entered to run in Saturday’s 4th race at Santa Rosa which is a Maiden Special Weight going 5 furlongs on the turf for fillies 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 4 and jockey Irving Orozco is named to ride. Orozco currently has 117 wins and a 22% winning percentage for 2018.

Unusually Stylish is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus third choice in the race. Two DRF handicappers select her as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $26,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and Unusually Stylish's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 2:48 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Santa Rosa for a fun day of racing.



July 30, 2018

The Into Mischief colt breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs from the gate in 50.02 over the Belmont Park dirt training track. That work was 22nd best out of 53 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He worked very well and he’s going great. I’m just putting him through his paces and his lessons preparing him for his debut. He’s on track to make his first start for us in the third book at Saratoga.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 7 to 10-day work schedule preparing him for his debut which we expect to be in mid-August in Saratoga.



July 29, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 51.47 over the Parx track. That work was 18th best out of 21 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. I’m planning to enter him next week for a race on August 6th.”

Steve will enter Alwanees to the $25,000 Claiming race going 7 furlongs at Parx on August 6th.



July 29, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 38 flat over the Golden Gate Fields track. That work was 16th best out of 38 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well but came out of the breeze with a little filling in her shin. I think she dinged herself. We’ll have to see how this resolves.”

Blaine will monitor International Diva (IRE) and manage accordingly.



July 28, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:04 flat at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 50th best out of 54 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “I clocked her in 1:03.40. Orozco wasn’t in town so we had a different rider this morning. She didn’t breeze as comfortably as she normally does so she’ll definitely go back to Irving. She’s ready to run and we’re just waiting for them to put up a race for her.”

Blaine will keep Unusually Stylish fresh as he looks for an appropriate race in which to run her.



July 27, 2018

Simuladora is entered to run in Monday’s 9th race at Parx which is a $7,500 Claiming race going 1 mile 70 yards for 3-Year-Old and Up Fillies and Mares Which Have Never Won 2 races. She drew post position 9 and jockey Dexter Haddock is named to ride. Haddock is currently ranked 3rd in the Parx jockey standings with 53 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

Simuladora is currently the 9-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $19,000.

First race post time is 12:55 AM and Simuladora's race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 4:31 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



July 25, 2018

True Heiress breezed on Wednesday working 4 furlongs in 48.77 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 8th best out of 16 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She breezed very well this morning. She’s an extremely nice horse.”

Steve will prepare True Heiress for her next race which could be the $30,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on August 18th.



July 23, 2018

The Into Mischief colt breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 54.04 over the Belmont Park dirt training track. That work was 21st best out of 22 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “I sent the horse to Belmont Park to get gate schooling. He’s been doing extensive gate work since he arrived. I gave him a nice easy breeze just to keep him fresh. I worked him slow because, when a horse is getting gate trained, you don’t want to overwhelm him.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 7 to 10-day work schedule preparing him for his debut which we expect to be in mid-August in Saratoga.



July 22, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Sunday working 5 furlongs in 1:01.60 over the Golden Gate Fields track. That work was 19th best out of 74 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked really well this morning. We’re just keeping her fresh for her next raced at Santa Rosa.”

Blaine will breeze International Diva (IRE) on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her next race which we expect will be a turf race at Santa Rosa in August.



July 20, 2018

All in Girl ran a respectable second at Gulfstream Park on Friday losing to a very well-meant first time starter. Breaking from post 8 All in Girl was never far back, came six or seven wide into the lane, and got up for second on the far outside.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “I wasn’t sure of what to make of Little Neck. Her breezes were lights out and it didn’t make sense that she was in this race. She’s obviously the real deal.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “I didn’t expect the first-time starter to go out and do what she did. I truly thought it was our race to lose. It’s surprising and disappointing. But it was a really exciting race. The partners had a great thrill. We’ll bank the second place money and come back and try it again.”

All in Girl earned $4,160 for Friday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



July 19, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 50.40 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 8th best out of 23 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “I clocked her in 49.3 and out in 1:02.3. She worked very well this morning. She came back to the barn in good shape. Not stiff or sore.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish on a 7 day work schedule preparing her for a return race which we now expect to be in early to mid-August.



July 15, 2018

The Into Mischief colt breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 51.21 over the Saratoga dirt training track. That work was 23rd best out of 26 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “I worked him alone this morning chasing another horse that started well ahead of him. It was his first time navigating a turn and initially he didn’t know what he was supposed to do. The rider straightened him out very easily. The colt handled it very professionally and changed leads in the lane right on queue. The rider said that he had plenty of horse under him throughout the work. I continue to be extremely pleased with this colt.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 7 to 10-day work schedule preparing him for his debut.



July 15, 2018

All in Girl is entered to run in Friday’s 10th race at Gulfstream Park which is a Maiden $12,500 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 9 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 5th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 7 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

All in Girl is currently the 9-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. All three DRF handicappers select her as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $19,000.

First race post time is 2:00 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 10 which is scheduled to go off at 6:32 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



July 14, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:02.20 over the Golden Gate Fields track. That work was 17th best out of 51 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well this morning and Hernandez was very pleased.”

Blaine will breeze International Diva (IRE) on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her next race which we expect will be a turf race at Santa Rosa in August.



July 12, 2018

Gran Saman scored a sharp gate-to-wire victory over a field of 8 open claimers at Gulfstream Park on Thursday. Gran Saman broke on top and angled to the rail position, vied for the lead with Runforthewoods, edged away from that rival still unasked in the turn, came under a ride in upper stretch with rivals racing in close pursuit, under strong right handed drive, dug in gamely with ears pinned back and held determinedly.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “He looked really good today. He’s a very nice horse. I’m considering trying him in an Allowance race next out.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “This is his third win for us since we claimed him. Once we moved him to 5 furlong son the turf he’s become a totally different horse. I can’t be more pleased. This is a very exciting win and a great deal of fun for the partners.”

Gran Saman earned $10,800 for Thursday’s win.

Steve will see how Gran Saman comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



July 9, 2018

Simuladora is entered to run in Saturday’s 5th race at Parx which is a $7,500 Claiming race going 6 furlongs for 3-Year-Old and Up Fillies and Mares Which Have Never Won 2 races. She drew post position 1 and jockey Dexter Haddock is named to ride. Haddock currently has 54 wins and an 15% winning percentage in 2018.

Simuladora is currently 5-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. One DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $19,000.

First race post time is 12:55 AM and Simuladora's race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 2:43 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



July 7, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:03.80 over the Golden Gate Fields track. That work was 28th best out of 35 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked really well. I worked her in company and they went well. The time was a little slow but she galloped out 6 furlongs 1:15.”

Blaine will breeze International Diva (IRE) on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her next race which we expect will be a turf race at Santa Rosa in August.



July 7, 2018

Hatteras Bound ran a respectable but disappointing third at Parx on Saturday pressing the pace throughout yet being unable to catch the gate-to-wire winner. Hatteras Bound saved ground stalking the pace and held on gamely. Hatteras Bound was claimed out of the race.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “We had the perfect trip but he didn’t want to go through on the rail. He needs to be outside. He just won’t go between horses.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “I’m deeply disappointed that a 26-1 horse who is the long shot of the field managed to go gate to wire and our horse, despite getting the dream stalking and ground saving trip, couldn’t run him down. He was claimed away from us in this race so we’re going to take the purse and the claim money and move on and get another one.”

Hatteras Bound earned $2,530 for Saturday’s third place finish.



July 7, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 50.44 over the Parx track. That work was 34th best out of 43 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. Today was a tune-up for his race on Wednesday.”

Alwanees is entered to run in the $32,000 Claiming race going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Belmont Park on July 11th.



July 7, 2018

Gran Saman is entered to run in Thursday’s 5th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $10,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up. He drew post position 5 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 8th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 3 wins and a 10% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently 5-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and two DRF handicappers select him as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $22,000.

First race post time is 2:15 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 4:23 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



July 6, 2018

Alwanees is entered to run in Wednesday’s 5th race at Belmont Park which is a $32,000 Claiming race going 1 1/16 miles on the turf 3-year-olds. He drew post position 5 and jockey Manny Franco is named to ride. Franco is currently ranked 3rd in the Belmont Park jockey standings with 39 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

Alwanees is currently 9-2 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. One DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $53,000.

First race post time is 1:30 PM and Alwanees’ race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 3:41 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Belmont Park a fun afternoon of racing.



July 6, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 36.45 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 9th best out of 21 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well this morning. In fact, he worked very well. He’s doing great.”

Steve will point Gran Saman to the $10,000 N3L going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on July 12th.



July 5, 2018

The Into Mischief colt breezed on Thursday working 3 furlongs in 36.95 over the Saratoga dirt training track. That work was 4th best out of 19 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “He worked extremely well this morning. I worked him in company and he handled it professionally and totally within himself. I continue to be impressed with this colt.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 7-day work schedule preparing him for his debut.



July 2, 2018

Simuladora is entered to run in Saturday’s 5th race at Delaware Park which is a $5,000 Claiming race going 1 mile for 3-Year-Old and Up Fillies and Mares Which Have Never Won 2 races. She drew post position 3 and jockey Jorge Vargas is named to ride. Vargas currently has 3 wins and an 18% winning percentage at Delaware Park.

Simuladora is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race and two DRF handicappers select her as their third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $12,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and Simuladora's race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 3:15 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Delaware Park for a fun day of racing.



July 2, 2018

Hatteras Bound is entered to run in Saturday’s 4th race at Parx which is a $12,500 Claiming race going 1 mile 70 yards for 3-year-olds and up which have never won 3 races. He drew post position 4 and jockey Joshua Navarro is named to ride.

Hatteras Bound is currently the 8-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select him to win the race.

The purse for this race is $23,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and Hatteras Bound's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 2:16 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun afternoon of racing.



June 30, 2018

All in Girl is entered to run in Thursday’s 9th race at Gulfstream Park which is a Maiden $20,000 Claiming race going 7 1/2 furlongs on the turf for Fillies and Mares, 3-years-old and up. She drew post position 2 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 7th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 1 win and a 14% winning percentage.

All in Girl is currently 12-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. She’s the DRF Consensus third choice to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $25,000.

First race post time is 2:15 PM and All in Girl's race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 6:33 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



June 30, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 51.20 over the Golden Gate Fields track. That work was 41st best out of 54 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well this morning. Jockey JJ Hernandez was pleased.”

Blaine will breeze International Diva (IRE) on a regular schedule preparing her for her next race which we expect will be a turf race at Santa Rosa in August.



June 30, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 50.61 over the Parx track. That work was 27th best out of 43 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. We’re keeping him fresh for his next race.”

Steve will train Alwanees up to his next race which could be the $32,000 Claiming race going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Belmont Park on July 11th.



June 30, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs from the gate in 37.60 over the Golden Gate Fields track. That work was 11th best out of 22 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked well and her rider, Irving Orozco, said she went well. She pulled up a little stiff behind so we’ll see what the vet says.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her return race which could be the Maiden Special Weight going 1 mile on the turf on July 19th at Del Mar.



June 27, 2018

The Into Mischief colt breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 41.22 over the Saratoga dirt training track. That work was 38th out of 39 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “The recorded time is wrong as I clocked him in 39 flat. I instructed the rider to work him easy in 39 and he did exactly as I instructed. He worked in company with another horse and he worked perfectly. The rider had him fully under wraps and told me that he had a ton of horse under him in the breeze and the gallop out. This horse is progressing perfectly.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 7-day work schedule preparing him for his debut.



June 26, 2018

Simuladora ran a credible third at Parx on Tuesday mounting a strong challenge after a troubled start. Simuladora broke inward contributing to the bumping at the start, raced and rallied wide, took the lead in early stretch and then gave way.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “I thought that the rider got caught chasing a false pace and then moved her too soon. When the race fell apart it set up perfectly for the deep closers. The winner was very tough dropping in from $12,500. I think we’ll knock this condition out eventually.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “The troubled start cost us some valuable position as this horse clearly runs better when she’s forwardly placed. Regardless, I think we found the level and distance for this filly. We’ll keep knocking in this race. For today, we’ll bank the check and look to come back next time.”

Simuladora earned $2,090 for Tuesday’s third place finish.

We’ll see how Simuladora comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



June 23, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:02.60 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 23rd best out of 49 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, ”She worked well and things are good. I’m very happy with her right now.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish on a 7 day work schedule preparing her for a return race which could be the Maiden Special Weight going 1 mile on the turf at Del Mar on July 19th.



June 23, 2018

Simuladora is entered to run in Tuesday’s 2nd race at Parx which is a $7,500 Claiming race going 1 mile 70 yards for 3-Year-Old and Up Fillies and Mares Which Have Never Won 2 races. She drew post position 3 and jockey Luis Rodriguez Castro is named to ride. Castro is currently ranked 9th in the Parx jockey standings with 30 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

Simuladora is currently the 4-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race, one selects her as his second choice in the race, and one selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $19,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and Simuladora's race is Race 2 which is scheduled to go off at 1:22 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



June 20, 2018

Hatteras Bound is entered to run in Saturday’s 10th race at Laurel Park which is The White Oak Farm Stakes $75,000 for Virginia-Bred/Virginia-Sired Three-Year-Olds and up going 5 ½ furlongs on the turf. He drew post position 9 and jockey Edwin Gonzalez is named to ride. Gonzalez currently has 41 wins and an 18% winning percentage for 2018.

Hatteras Bound is currently 8-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $75,000.

First race post time is 1:10 PM and Hatteras Bound's race is Race 10 which is scheduled to go off at 5:40 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Laurel Park for a fun afternoon of racing.



June 16, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:01.40 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 5th best out of 40 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “I worked her in company and it was a good breeze. She looks like she came out of it very well. She’s doing very well.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish on a 7 day work schedule preparing her for a return race.



June 15, 2018

Alwanees narrowly missed notching his second career victory on Friday at Belmont Park missing by a head at the wire. Alwanees attained a forward position after the field had been sent on its way, pressed the issue rated in the two path during the initial stages, was put to encouragement after departing the backstretch, followed the leader spinning wider as three-quarters was being completed by shifting into path four for entrance into the lane, cut into the deficit in a steadfast manner, led for a few jumps late only to get nailed by the top one.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “When we got the lead I thought we had it. He ran a huge race today. Clearly this horse is better on the grass and he should be a very productive horse for us this summer.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “That one was a heartbreaker. When we got to the lead I thought we were going to win. Then when I saw the horse to our outside closing in I assumed it was the 4-5 favorite. When I then saw it was My Pirate at 23-1 I couldn’t believe it. What an exciting race. We’re running for good money in New York so we’ll happily bank the place money and come back and do it again next time.”

Alwanees earned $10,600 for Friday’s second place finish.

Steve will see how Alwanees comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



June 14, 2018

The Into Mischief colt breezed on Thursday working 1 furlong in 12.4 over the Saratoga dirt training track in an unpublished work.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “This is his first work for me since he arrived in Saratoga. He worked nicely with another horse in company. He we very professional and galloped out nicely. He’s doing very well.”

Jeremiah will continue to breeze the Into Mischief Colt on a 7-day work schedule preparing him for his debut.



June 14, 2018

Gran Saman put away a field of 9 horses in an extremely game effort at Gulfstream Park on Thursday. Gran Saman tracked the top pair in the opening stages then dueled three deep in the stretch. He gained a slim lead, then, when challenged by Union Grace refused to let that rival get by and held gamely.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “He looked real strong today. I’d say this was his best race since we claimed him. He just keeps getter better.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “He was really game today. He dug in and showed a lot of heart. He’s a really nice horse. Steve unlocked his true potential when he moved him to 5 furlongs on the turf. When we run him at that trip he’s extremely competitive. This is another nice win for this horse. Congratulations to the partners.”

Gran Saman earned $10,800 for Thursday’s win.

Steve will see how Gran Saman comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



June 14, 2018

Baby I'm Blue is entered to run in Saturday’s 3rd race at Penn National which is a $16,000 Claiming race going 1 1/16 miles on the turf for fillies and mares 3-year-olds and up which have not one a race since December 16, 2017 or have not won 4 races. She drew post position 6 and jockey Johan Rosado is named to ride. Rosado currently has 10 wins and an 18% winning percentage at the Penn National meet.

Baby I’m Blue is currently 15-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $18,100.

First race post time is 6:00 PM and Baby I'm Blue's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 6:54 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Penn National for a fun evening of racing.



June 12, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Tuesday working 4 furlongs in 50.12 over the Parx track. That work was 24th best out of 34 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. This was a maintenance breeze to tighten him up for Friday’s race in New York.”

Steve will prepare Alwanees for the $30,000 Claiming race going 1 mile on the turf at Belmont Park on June 15th.



June 10, 2018

Alwanees is entered to run in Friday’s 1st race at Belmont Park which is a $32,000 Claiming race going 1 mile on the turf 3-year-olds. He drew post position 6 and jockey Manny Franco is named to ride. Franco is currently ranked 3rd in the Belmont Park jockey standings with 25 wins and a 17% winning percentage.

Alwanees is currently 4-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. He’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race.

The purse for this race is $53,000.

First race post time is 3:05 PM and Alwanees’ race is Race 1. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Belmont Park a fun afternoon of racing.



June 9, 2018

Gran Saman is entered to run in Thursday’s 6th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $10,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-olds and up which have never won three races. He drew post position 4 and leading jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 2nd in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 50 wins and a 17% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently the Daily Racing Form morning line 2-1 favorite in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice the race.

The purse for this race is $20,000.

First race post time is 1:15 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 6 which is scheduled to go off at 3:52 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



June 9, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:05.40 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 30th best out of 30 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She breezed very slow today but it’s totally the rider’s fault. I instructed him to take her in 1:02 or 1:03 and he worked her in 1:05 and change. It has nothing to do with the filly. It’s 100% pilot error. We’ll work her again next week.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish on a 7 day work schedule preparing her for a return race.



June 8, 2018

All in Girl ran a very strong second at Gulfstream Park on Friday losing to the gate to wire post time favorite. Breaking from post 7 All in Girl tracked along inside then produced solid three to four wide bid in the lane.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “She ran a big race today. No one was getting to the winner today. She ran a winning race.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “She ran very big for us today. Steve and I are at a bit of a disagreement as I think this filly wants longer. Regardless, we’re all very pleased with today’s effort. I can’t wait to see her in her next race.”

All in Girl earned $3,230 for Friday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how All in Girl comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



June 2, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:02.60 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 21st best out of 30 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She breezed great and pulled up well. She’s doing very well.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish on a 7 day work schedule preparing her for a return race.



June 1, 2018

International Diva (IRE) broke her maiden in impressive fashion at Golden Gate Fields on Thursday stalking the favorite and running her down in deep stretch. Breaking from 2-post International Diva (IRE) was never far back to the second turn, saved ground to the stretch, then rallied when set down and closed fast to get the nod.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the race and Blaine said, “She looked very professional getting the job done today. I look forward to more success with her.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “She’s always been a very straightforward filly. She just needed a little class relief to get the job done. Now that she’s in with the type that she fits with we’re looking forward to more exciting races in the future. It was a very exciting race down to the wire. We congratulate the horse on receiving her diploma and the partners for being part of the winning team.”

International Diva (IRE) earned $7,800 for Thursday’s win.

Blaine will see how International Diva (IRE) comes out of the race and he’ll point her accordingly.



May 31, 2018

International Diva (IRE) is entered to run in Thursday’s 7th race at Golden Gate Fields which is a Maiden $20,000 Claiming race for 3-year-olds going 1 1/16 miles on the turf. She drew post position 2 and leading jockey JJ Hernandez is named to ride. Hernandez is currently ranked 3rd the Golden Gate jockey standings with 72 wins and a 20% winning percentage.

International Diva (IRE) is currently the 5-2 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. She’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her to win the race as his best bet of the day and one DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $13,000.

First race post time is 12:45 PM and International Diva (IRE)'s race is Race 7 which is scheduled to go off at 4:37 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Golden Gate Fields for a fun day of racing.



May 30, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Wednesday working 5 furlongs in 1:01.88 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 5th best out of 6 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “Today’s was a maintenance breeze. He’s doing well. I’ve got the turf sprint on June 10th circled for him.”

Steve will point Gran Saman to the $10,000 N3L going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on June 10th.



May 27, 2018

Hatteras Bound is entered to run in Friday’s 4th race at Belmont Park which is a $14,000 Claiming race going 1 mile for 3-year-olds and up which have never won 3 races. He drew post position 7 and leading jockey Jose Ortiz is named to ride. Ortiz is currently ranked 4th in the Belmont Park jockey standings with 20 wins as a 25% winning percentage.

Hatteras Bound is currently the 9-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race.

The purse for this race is $27,000.

First race post time is 3:05 PM and Hatteras Bound's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 4:42 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Belmont Park for a fun afternoon of racing.



May 26, 2018

Simuladora is entered to run in Tuesday’s 8th race at Parx which is a $7,500 Claiming race going 7 furlongs for 3-year-old and up fillies and mares which have never won 2 races. She drew post position 6 and jockey Luis Rodriguez Castro is named to ride. Castro is currently ranked 10th in the Parx jockey standings with 21 wins and a 14% winning percentage.

Simuladora is currently 8-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $19,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and Simuladora's race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 4:04 PM. As always there will be Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



May 26, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 50 flat at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 17th best out of 64 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She worked very well. I’ll look to stretch her out to 5 furlongs next week.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish on a 7 day work schedule preparing her for a return race.



May 26, 2018

The Central Banker 2YO filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 37.03 over the Saratoga dirt training track. That work was 4th best out of 32 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “The clockers got the time wrong. She worked more like 38 and change. I attempted to work a few horses in company but the rider had an issue with his stirrup and never got in with the company horses. It was a blown work but regardless she’s doing very well.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 6-8 day breeze schedule preparing her for her debut which we’re targeting for late June or early July at Belmont Park.



May 26, 2018

Baby I'm Blue is entered to run in Friday’s 7th race at Penn National which is a $4,000 Claiming race going 1 mile 70 yards for 3-year-olds and up which have not one a race since December 1, 2017. She drew post position 4 and jockey Johan Rosado is named to ride. Rosado currently has 10 wins and an 20% winning percentage at the Penn National meet.

Baby I’m Blue is currently 9-2 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. One DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $10,000.

First race post time is 6:00 PM and Baby I'm Blue's race is Race 7 which is scheduled to go off at 8:43 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Penn National for a fun evening of racing.



May 26, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 37.22 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 11th best out of 32 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Chris Englehart after the breeze. Chris said, “I wasn’t pleased with the breeze. He’s not striding out. He’s been dealing with a deeply bruised hoof since his last race and it doesn’t look like it’s fully healed yet. If he doesn’t improve he might need some layup time for it to get fully resolved.”

Chris will evaluate GiveTheMan a Cigar and make a determination as to whether he can remain in training or get time off on the farm.



May 19, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 49.80 at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 26th best out of 65 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “I moved her up a day because I have to be traveling and I wanted to watch her work. She’s doing very well and I have zero complaints about her.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish on a 7 day work schedule preparing her for a return race.



May 16, 2018

International Diva (IRE) is entered to run in Saturday’s 4th race at Santa Anita which is a Maiden $40,000 Claiming race for 3-year-olds and up going 1 1/8 miles on the turf. She drew post position 4 and jockey Frederick Ceballos is named to ride. Ceballos is currently ranked 7th the Santa Anita jockey standings with 9 wins and a 12% winning percentage.

International Diva (IRE) is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $29,000.

First race post time is 12:00 AM and International Diva (IRE)'s race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 1:49 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant and Hibiscus Stables’ owner’s boxes. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Santa Anita for a fun day of racing.



May 13, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 37 flat at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 7th best out of 45 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “She looked very good today. She worked well in hand and galloped out 4 furlongs in good order. ”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish on a 7 day work schedule preparing her for a return race.



May 12, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 51 flat over the Santa Anita dirt training track. That work was 5th best out of 6 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She’s doing well. I’m keeping her fresh and pointing her to a race on May 19th.”

Phil will breeze International Diva (IRE) on a regular schedule preparing her for the Maiden $50,000 Claiming race going 1 1/8 miles on the turf at Santa Anita on May 19th.



May 12, 2018

Baby I'm Blue is entered to run in Friday’s 2nd race at Penn National which is a $4,000 Claiming race going 6 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up which have not one a race since November 18, 2017. She drew post position 5 and jockey Dana Whitney is named to ride. Whitney is currently ranked 3rd in the Penn National jockey standings with 32 wins and an 18% winning percentage.

Baby I’m Blue is currently the 7-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $11,000.

First race post time is 6:00 PM and Baby I'm Blue's race is Race 2 which is scheduled to go off at 6:27 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Penn National for a fun evening of racing.



May 11, 2018

Alwanees is entered to run in Monday’s 8th race at Parx which is a Starter Allowance Optional $40,000Claiming race going 6 furlongs for 3-year-olds and up which have started for a claiming price of $40,000. He drew post position 7 and jockey Joshua Navarro is named to ride. Whitney is currently ranked 5th in the Penn National jockey standings with 28 wins and an 21% winning percentage.

Alwanees is currently 12-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. One DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $36,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and Alwanees's race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 4:04 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun afternoon of racing.



May 11, 2018

Baby I’m Blue breezed on Friday working 5 furlongs in 1:02.78 over the Penn National track. That work was 5th best out of 7 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Brandon Kulp after the breeze. Brandon said, “She worked well. I’m planning on entering her tomorrow for a race next Friday.”

Brandon will enter Baby I’m Blue to the Claiming $4,000 N1Y going 6 furlongs at Penn National on May 18th.



May 10, 2018

Hatteras Bound is entered to run in Thursday’s 8th race at Pimlico which is a $16,000 Claiming race going 1 1/16 miles for 4-year-olds and up which have never won 3 races. He drew post position 2 and jockey Edwin Gonzalez is named to ride. Gonzalez currently has 29 wins as a 16% winning percentage in 2018.

Hatteras Bound is currently the 6-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and 2 DRF handicappers select him as their third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $23,000.

First race post time is 1:10 PM and Hatteras Bound's race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 4:26 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join us at Pimlico for a fun day of racing.



May 9, 2018

The Central Banker 2YO filly, now named Wings of Fire, breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 38.80 over the Saratoga main track. That work was 8th best out of 16 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Jeremiah Englehart after the breeze. Jeremiah said, “I worked her in company and she went very well. This filly continues to train very professionally. She’s done everything we’ve asked her to do. I’m extremely pleased.”

Jeremiah will breeze Wings of Fire on a 6-8 day breeze schedule preparing her for her debut which we’re targeting for late June or early July at Belmont Park.



May 6, 2018

Unusually Stylish breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 36 flat at Golden Gate Fields. That work was 2nd best out of 59 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Blaine Wright after the breeze. Blaine said, “I instructed the rider to give her an easy work in 37 or 38. Obviously he was a little over enthusiastic. She went well howver and and came out of the work in good order. She’s doing very well off the layoff.”

Blaine will breeze Unusually Stylish on a 7 day work schedule preparing her for a return race.



May 5, 2018

Hatteras Bound breezed on Friday working 4 furlongs in 51.54 over the Parx track. That work was 10th best out of 14 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. I’m going to enter him tomorrow at Aqueduct and Pimlico and we’ll run him in the easier spot.”

Steve will enter Hatteras Bound on Saturday to the $16,000 Claiming N3L race going 1 1/16 miles at Pimlico and the $14,000 Claiming N3L race going 1 1/16 miles at Belmont both on May 10th.



May 2, 2018

Gran Saman is entered to run in Saturday’s 4th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $12,500 Claiming race going 5 on the turf for 4-year-olds and up which have never won three races. He drew post position 6 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 4th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 18 wins and an 14% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently the Daily Racing Form morning line 3-1 third choice in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select him to win the race.

The purse for this race is $22,000.

First race post time is 12:35 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 2:03 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



May 1, 2018

Baby I’m Blue breezed on Tuesday working 5 furlongs in 1:02.13 over the Penn National track. That work was 4th best out of 11 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Brandon Kulp after the breeze. Brandon said, “I clocked going in 1:01.40. She worked much better this morning and is moving a lot better. I think she’ll be ready to go after one more breeze.”

Brandon will continue to train Baby I’m Blue back and prepare her for a late spring campaign at Penn National.



April 30, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Monday working 5 furlongs in 1:02.58 over the Parx track. That work was 6th best out of 23 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked very nicely and he’s training well. I’ve been trying to get him into a Starter Allowance but so far the race hasn’t filled.”

Steve will continue to keep Alwanees fresh as he enters him to the Starter $30,000 going 6 furlongs at Parx.



April 29, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Sunday working 3 furlongs in 37.13 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 15th best out of 30 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “This was a tightner before his next race. I’m going to be entering him on Wednesday for a race next Saturday.”

Steve will enter Gran Saman to the $12,500 N3L going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on May 5th.



April 26, 2018

International Diva (IRE) is entered to run in Sunday’s 3rd race at Santa Anita which is a Maiden $50,000 Claiming race for 3-year-olds and up going 1 mile on the turf. She drew post position 7 and jockey Giovanni Franco is named to ride. Franco is currently ranked 6th the Santa Anita jockey standings with 4 wins and a 13% winning percentage.

International Diva (IRE) is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. She’s currently the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. Two DRF handicappers select her as their second choice in the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $29,000.

First race post time is 11:30 AM and International Diva (IRE)'s race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 12:30 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant and Hibiscus Stables’ owner’s boxes. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Santa Anita for a fun day of racing.



April 25, 2018

Simuladora is entered to run in Saturday’s 4th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $6,250 Claiming race going 6 1/2 furlongs for 3-year-old and up fillies and mares. She drew post position 4 and jockey Reylu Gutierrez is named to ride. Gutierrez is currently ranked 7th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 6 wins and an 11% winning percentage.

Simuladora is currently the 7-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third favorite in the race. One DRF handicapper selects her as his second choice in the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $15,000.

First race post time is 12:40 PM and Simuladora's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 2:18 PM. As always there will be Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



April 23, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Monday working 5 furlongs in 1:01.80 over the Santa Anita dirt training track. That work was 5th best out of 8 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She’s doing great. I’m planning on entering her on Thursday to the Maiden $50,000 on Sunday.”

Phil will enter International Diva (IRE) to the Maiden $50,000 Claiming race going 1 mile on the turf at Santa Anita on April 29th.



April 21, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs from the gate in 49.08 over the Parx track. That work was 10th best out of 67 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s doing very well. I might work him next week and look to run the following week.”

Steve will continue to breeze Alwanees on a 7-day work schedule preparing him for his return race which might be the Starter Allowance going 6 ½ furlongs at Parx on May 1.



April 18, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 36.45 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 4th best out of 11 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked very nicely and he’s going well. I’m keeping him fresh while waiting for a race to come up for him.”

Steve will continue to train Gran Saman preparing him for his next race.



April 18, 2018

Baby I’m Blue breezed on Wednesday working 5 furlongs in 1:05.66 over the Penn National track. That work was 2nd best out of 3 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Brandon Kulp after the breeze. Brandon said, “She actually worked 4 furlongs in 51 and galloped out in 1:05. It was slow but she felt good. She came back good.”

Brandon will continue to train Baby I’m Blue back and prepare her for a late spring campaign at Penn National.



April 16, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Monday working 5 furlongs in 1:02.20 over the Santa Anita dirt training track. That work was 3rd best out of 5 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She’s doing very well. We’re pointing her to the Maiden $50,000 race at Santa Anita at the end of the month.”

Phil will point International Diva (IRE) to the Maiden $50,000 Claiming race going 1 mile on the turf at Santa Anita on April 29th.



April 15, 2018

Simuladora is entered to run in Friday’s 5th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $12,500 Claiming race going 7 furlongs for 3-year-old and up fillies and mares. She drew post position 4 and jockey Tyler Gaffalione is named to ride. Gaffalione is currently ranked 3rd in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 10 wins and a 26% winning percentage.

Simuladora is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $22,000.

First race post time is 1:10 PM and Simuladora's race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 3:27 PM. As always there will be Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



April 14, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 51.78 over the Parx track. That work was 40th best out of 50 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well and he’s doing great. I’m expecting him to be ready for a return race in early May.”

Steve will continue to breeze Alwanees on a 7-day work schedule preparing him for his return race.



April 12, 2018

Hatteras Bound is entered to run in Sunday’s 5th race at Aqueduct which is a $14,000 Claiming race going 1 mile for 4-year-olds and up which have never won 3 races. He drew post position 7 and leading jockey Jose Ortiz is named to ride. Ortiz currently has 72 wins as a 17% winning percentage in 2018.

Hatteras Bound is currently the 7-2 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $28,000.

First race post time is 1:20 PM and Hatteras Bound's race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 3:38 PM. As always we’ll be in the exclusive Horseman’s Lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



April 12, 2018

Monster of Nature (IRE) is entered to run in Sunday’s 1st race at Tampa Bay Downs which is a Maiden $16,000 Claiming race for 3-year-olds and up going 1 1/6 miles on the turf. She drew post position 4 and leading jockey Antonio Gallardo is named to ride. Gallardo currently leads the Tampa Bay Downs jockey standings with 101 wins and a 23% winning percentage.

Monster of Nature (IRE) is currently the 3-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. She’s currently the DRF Consensus selection to win the race. Two DRF handicappers select her to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects her as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $13,700.

First race post time is 12:24 PM and Monster of Nature (IRE)'s race is Race 1. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Tampa Bay Downs for a fun day of racing.



April 10, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Tuesday working 4 furlongs in 50.40 over the Santa Anita dirt training track. That work was 4th best out of 6 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She’s doing great. We’re keeping her fit for her next race.”

Phil will train International Diva (IRE) up to her next race which we expect to be in late April at Santa Anita.



April 7, 2018

Hatteras Bound breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 50.38 over the Parx track. That work was 22nd best out of 44 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “This was a tightener for his next race. I’m looking at a spot at Aqueduct or possibly at Parx”

Steve will train Hatteras Bound up to his next race which we expect to be sometime next week.



April 7, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 49.13 over the Parx track. That work was 7th best out of 44 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He’s really doing very well. I’m very pleased with the way he’s coming along.”

Steve will continue to breeze Alwanees on a 7-day work schedule preparing him for his return race.



April 6, 2018

Baby I’m Blue breezed on Friday working 4 furlongs in 54.20 over the Penn National track. That work was 35th best out of 35 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Brandon Kulp after the breeze. Brandon said, “She’s been training well but I didn’t like this breeze. I’m going to have the chiropractor do some work on her and see if she improves.”

Brandon will continue to train Baby I’m Blue back and prepare her for a spring/summer campaign at Penn National.



April 4, 2018

Monster of Nature (IRE) breezed on Wednesday working 5 furlongs from the gate in 1:03.80 over the Gulfstream Park West main track. That work was the only work at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Kathleen O'Connell after the breeze. Kathleen said, “She went well and she got gate approved. I plan to enter her to the Maiden $16,000 next week .”

Kathleen will enter Monster of Nature (IRE) to the Maiden $16,000 Claiming race going 1 1/16 miles on the turf at Tampa Bay Downs on April 15th.



March 31, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 50.14 over the Parx track. That work was 19th best out of 34 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked nicely. He’s doing well.”

Steve will continue to breeze Alwanees on a 7-day work schedule preparing him for his return race.



March 29, 2018

Simuladora ran a very strong third at Gulfstream Park on Thursday contesting the early pace and missing the win by a neck. Simuladora set a pressured pace in opening stages then began to duel for lead. She continued to battle in a late drive but was outkicked while all out late.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “She put in a great effort today. I’m very pleased.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “That’s more like the performance we’re looking for with this horse. She ran big. Ideally we’d like to see this horse go around two turns. It was a very exciting race for the partners. We’ll bank the third place money and try again next time.”

Simuladora earned $2,390 for Thursday’s third place finish.

We’ll see how Simuladora comes out of the race and we’ll point her accordingly.



March 28, 2018

International Diva (IRE) is entered to run in Saturday’s 5th race at Santa Anita which is a Maiden Special Weight for 3-year-olds going 6 1/2 furlongs on the turf. She drew post position 7 and jockey Joe Talamo is named to ride. Talamo is currently ranked 7th the Santa Anita jockey standings with 28 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

International Diva (IRE) is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $54,000.

First race post time is 12:00 PM and International Diva (IRE)'s race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 2:06 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant and Hibiscus Stables’ owner’s boxes. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Santa Anita for a fun day of racing.



March 27, 2018

Baby I’m Blue breezed on Tuesday working 4 furlongs in 53 flat over the Penn National track. That work was 38th best out of 39 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Brandon Kulp after the breeze. Brandon said, “This is her first work since coming back off a freshening. It was not as good as I had hoped and I’m a little disappointed. I’ll bring her along slowly and get her going. She should be fine.”

Brandon will ease Baby I’m Blue back into a routine and get her ready for a spring/summer campaign at Penn National.



March 26, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Monday working 5 furlongs in 1:02.80 over the Santa Anita dirt training track. That work was 15th best out of 19 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She worked well. This was a maintenance breeze getting ready for her race next weekend.”

Phil will enter International Diva (IRE) to the Maiden Special Weight race going 6 1/2 furlongs on the turf at Santa Anita on March 31st.



March 25, 2018

Monster of Nature (IRE) breezed on Sunday working 5 furlongs in 1:03.80 over the Gulfstream Park West main track. That work was 14th best out of 15 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Kathleen O'Connell after the breeze. Kathleen said, “She worked well. Next week I’m going to send her to the gate to go 1/8 and try for her gate card. She’s doing well.”

Kathleen will breeze Monster of Nature (IRE) on a regular schedule preparing her for a debut.



March 24, 2018

Simuladora is entered to run in Thursday’s 5th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $12,500 Claiming race going 7 furlongs for 3-year-old fillies. She drew post position 4 and leading jockey Irad Ortiz is named to ride. Ortiz is currently ranked 2nd in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 97 wins and an 24% winning percentage.

Simuladora is currently 4-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $22,000.

First race post time is 12:35 PM and Simuladora's race is Race 5 which is scheduled to go off at 2:35 PM. As always there will be Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



March 21, 2018

Simuladora breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 37.84 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 2nd best out of 4 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She worked well. We’re preparing her for her next race.”

Steve will keep Simuladora fresh as he locates the next appropriate spot to run and point her accordingly.



March 21, 2018

Gran Saman is entered to run in Saturday’s 7th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $16,000 Claiming race going 7 1/2 furlongs on the turf for 4-year-olds and up which have never won three races. He drew post position 9 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 7th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 48 wins and an 11% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. Two DRF handicappers select him as their third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $23,000.

First race post time is 12:00 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 7 which is scheduled to go off at 3:02 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



March 20, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Tuesday working 3 furlongs in 38.40 over the Santa Anita dirt training track. That work was 7th best out of 9 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She popped a hoof abscess a few weeks ago and we had to get that resolved. This is her first work back. She’s doing well.”

Phil will train International Diva (IRE) up to her next race which we expect to be a Maiden Special Weight race going 6 1/2 furlongs on the turf at Santa Anita on March 31st.



March 18, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar ran a reasonable third at Aqueduct on Sunday losing to a very impressive first-time starter. GiveTheMan a Cigar was strung out two to three wide on the turn, was shifted into path four at the top of the lane, and got outfinished.

We spoke with trainer Chris Englehart after the race and Chris said, “He didn’t look 100% running this race. He was getting out in the stretch and was on his wrong lead. He might have an excuse here.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “This horse had some dings going into this race. As Chris said, he wasn’t right coming down the lane. That said, no one was beating the winner today. We’re going to bank the third place money, get GiveTheMan a Cigar cleaned up, and bring him back going around 2 turns which is where this horse really belongs.”

GiveTheMan a Cigar earned $5,500 for Sunday’s third place finish.

We’ll see how GiveTheMan a Cigar comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



March 16, 2018

Monster of Nature (IRE) breezed on Friday working 5 furlongs from the gate in 1:03 flat over the Gulfstream Park West main track. That work was 2nd best out of 6 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Kathleen O'Connell after the breeze. Kathleen said, “I wanted to her to get her gate card this morning but she was a bit slow out of the gate and she didn’t get approved. I think the horse to her inside spooked her a bit because I know she’s better than that. Otherwise she worked well. I hope to be able to try again next week.”

Kathleen will breeze Monster of Nature (IRE) on a regular schedule preparing her for a debut.



March 15, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar is entered to run in Sunday’s 1st race at Aqueduct which is a Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs for 4-year-olds and up. He drew post position 4 and jockey Dylan Davis is named to ride. Davis is currently ranked 2nd in the Aqueduct jockey standings with 43 wins and a 21% winning percentage.

GiveTheMan a Cigar is currently the 7-2 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race and one DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $55,000.

First race post time is 1:20 PM and GiveTheMan a Cigar's race is Race 1. As always we’ll be in the exclusive Horseman’s Lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



March 15, 2018

E J’s Revenge breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 50.75 at Parx. That work was 17th best out of 38 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. I’m getting him prepared for his next race.”

Steve will train E J’s Revenge up to his next race.



March 14, 2018

Simuladora breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 38.31 over the Gulfstream Park track. That work was 6th best out of 7 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “She worked well. We’re keeping her fresh for her next race.”

Steve will keep Simuladora fresh as he locates the next appropriate spot to run and point her accordingly.



March 12, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Monday working 4 furlongs in 50.55 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 37th best out of 73 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Chris Englehart after the breeze. Chris said, “He worked well. We’re preparing him for his next race. He’s doing very well.”

Chris will train GiveTheMan a Cigar up to the Maiden Special Weight going 6 furlongs at Aqueduct on March 18th.



March 10, 2018

Hatteras Bound is entered to run in Tuesday’s 10th race at Parx which is a $25,000 Claiming race going 7 furlongs for 4-year-olds and up which have never won 3 races. He drew post position 6 and jockey Carol Cedeno is named to ride.

Hatteras Bound is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $28,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and Hatteras Bound's race is Race 10 which is scheduled to go off at 4:58 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun afternoon of racing.



March 7, 2018

Gran Saman ran a very legitimate 2nd in his first attempt against N3 company at Gulfstream Park on Wednesday. Gran Saman came in bumping eventual winner Monday Pirate after the start. He then hooked up in a duel with that foe for the lead outside G Q Coverup, remained in lock-step with that rival to deep stretch, bumped with Stone Heart nearing the finish and held for 2nd place honors.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “He ran a big race today. I like this horse going 5/8 mile.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “It seems we unlocked this horse’s secret running him 5 furlongs on the turf. Since we made that move he’s been a totally different horse. It’s great to see him compete at the next level. It was a very exciting race. We’ll bank the 2nd place money and try again next time.”

Gran Saman earned $4,620 for Friday’s win.

Steve will see how Gran Saman comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



March 2, 2018

Gran Saman is entered to run in Wednesday’s 1st race at Gulfstream Park which is a $16,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for 4-year-olds and up which have never won three races. He drew post position 5 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 7th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 41 wins and a 10% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently the 8-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. Two DRF handicappers select him as their second choice in the race, and one DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $23,000.

First race post time is 12:35 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 1. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



March 2, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Friday working 3 furlongs in 37.28 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 5th best out of 9 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “This was a little tightner before his next race. I’m going to be entering him today for a race on Wednesday.”

Steve will enter Gran Saman to the $16,000 N3L going 5 furlongs on the turf at Gulfstream Park on March 7th.



March 1, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 49.60 over the Santa Anita dirt training track. That work was 7th best out of 19 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She gave us a solid work today. It was her best yet. Maybe the race perked her up a bit.”

Phil will train International Diva (IRE) up to her next race which we expect to be a Maiden $75,000 Claiming race going 1 mile on the turf at Santa Anita.



February 25, 2018

Monster of Nature (IRE) breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 50.80 over the Gulfstream Park West main track. That work was 10th best out of 19 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Kathleen O'Connell after the breeze. Kathleen said, “She worked fine and galloped out OK. She’s definitely a turf horse. She struggles over the dirt. I’m going to try to get her gate card next Friday.”

Kathleen will breeze Monster of Nature (IRE) on a regular schedule preparing her for a debut.



February 24, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 37.05 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 10th best out of 25 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “I wanted to give him a leg stretcher between races and he went well. I’m looking to run him next in the early part of March.”

Steve will continue to train Gran Saman up to his next race and point him accordingly.



February 23, 2018

Simuladora is entered to run in Wednesday’s 8th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $12,500 Claiming race going 6 furlongs for 3-year-old fillies. She drew post position 8 and jockey Albin Jiminez is named to ride. Jiminez is currently ranked 12th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 20 wins and a 9% winning percentage.

Simuladora is currently 10-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $24,000.

First race post time is 12:35 PM and Simuladora's race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 4:06 PM. As always there will be Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



February 20, 2018

Hatteras Bound ran a very good second at Parx on Tuesday chasing a runaway winner. Hatteras Bound, breaking from the 7 post, raced very wide chasing the winner, but was no match.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “I tried very hard to get them to write this race at 1 mile but they didn’t do so. If this race were 1 mile instead of 7/8s then the winner doesn’t get to set those kind of fractions and we might have won the race. Nonetheless I’m very pleased with this horse.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “After we claimed this horse we had to send him out to the farm and in doing so we gave him time to grow up, mature, and grow into himself, and he’s become a very nice horse. He now has run two 2nds and one 3rd in his last three races. It’s just a matter of time before he gets the win for us. He’s earning well for the partners as he grinds out top three finishes.”

Hatteras Bound earned $5,600 for Tuesday’s second place finish.

Steve will see how Hatteras Bound comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



February 18, 2018

International Diva (IRE) ran to a very good third place finish at Santa Anita on Sunday following a loose on the lead runner and digging in gamely in the lane. Breaking from 2-post International Diva (IRE) chased inside, came out into the stretch and was edged for the show but was moved up to third in the final placings after a disqualification.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the race and Phil said,”With all she’s been through in her life she just showed us she’s a pretty tough filly.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “It’s a lot to ask a first-time starter to load into the gate as the second horse, face a full field of mostly experienced horses, go around two turns, and run well. Our filly did all of those things today and she really showed us something. This was a really exciting race and the partners had a wonderful time. We can’t wait to see what this filly has next for us.”

International Diva (IRE) earned $3,960 for Sunday’s third place finish.

Phil will see how International Diva (IRE) comes out of the race and he’ll point her accordingly.



February 17, 2018

Hatteras Bound is entered to run in Tuesday’s 4th race at Parx which is a $25,000 Claiming race going 7 furlongs for 4-year-olds and up which have never won 3 races. He drew post position 7 and jockey Carol Cedeno is named to ride. Cedeno had 105 wins and a 14% winning percentage in 2017.

Hatteras Bound is currently the 3-1 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $28,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and Hatteras Bound's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 2:16 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun afternoon of racing.



February 15, 2018

International Diva (IRE) is entered to run in Sunday’s 9th race at Santa Anita which is a Maiden $75,000 Claiming race going 1 mile on the turf for 3-year-olds. She drew post position 2 and jockey Giovanni Franco is named to ride. Franco is currently ranked 9th the Santa Anita jockey standings with 10 wins and a 13% winning percentage.

International Diva (IRE) is currently 12-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $33,000.

First race post time is 12:30 PM and International Diva (IRE)'s race is Race 9 which is scheduled to go off at 4:50 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant and Hibiscus Stables’ owner’s boxes. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Santa Anita for a fun day of racing.



February 12, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Monday working 5 furlongs in 1:04.60 over the Santa Anita dirt training track. That work was 9th best out of 10 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She’s training well and she’s good to be entered on Thursday for Sunday’s race.”

Phil will enter International Diva (IRE) to the Maiden $75,000 Claiming race going 1 mile on the turf at Santa Anita on February 18th.



February 9, 2018

Gran Saman beat a full field in commanding fashion at Gulfstream Park on Friday in an impressive gate to wire effort. Gran Saman bumped with Father Love at the start, hustled up inside to grab the lead, settled into the lane with a daylight advantage and was driving to stay clear.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “He was much the best today. He looked great. I think we’ll stick with 5 furlongs on the turf for him as it seems to be his best distance.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “Steve did an excellent job of turning this horse around. It’s a great confidence builder for the horse and a very exciting win for the partners.”

Gran Saman earned $11,400 for Friday’s win.

Steve will see how Gran Saman comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



February 5, 2018

E J’s Revenge is entered to run in Saturday’s 3rd race at Parx which is a Maiden $30,000 Claiming race going 6 1/2 furlongs for 3-year-olds. He drew post position 3 and jockey Joshua Navarro is named to ride. Navarro is currently ranked 4th the Parx jockey standings with 7 wins and a 26% winning percentage.

E J’s Revenge is currently the 6-5 Daily Racing Form morning line favorite in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus selection to win the. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race as his best bet of the day and two DRF handicappers select him as their second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $28,000.

First race post time is 12:55 PM and E J’s Revenge's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 1:49 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



February 4, 2018

Gran Saman is entered to run in Friday’s 11th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $16,000 Claiming race going 5 furlongs on the turf for 4-year-olds and up which have never won two races. He drew post position 1 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 6th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 30 wins and an 11% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently 6-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. He’s the DRF Consensus second choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race, one DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race, and one DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $21,000.

First race post time is 12:00 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 11 which is scheduled to go off at 5:08 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



February 3, 2018

Simuladora is entered to run in Thursday’s 8th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $20,000 Claiming race going 7 1/2 furlongs on the turf for 3-year-old fillies. She drew post position 9 and jockey Edgard Zayas is named to ride. Zayas is currently ranked 5th in the Gulfstream Park jockey standings with 30 wins and an 11% winning percentage.

Simuladora is currently 15-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line.

The purse for this race is $28,000.

First race post time is 12:35 PM and Simuladora's race is Race 8 which is scheduled to go off at 4:06 PM. As always there will be Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



February 3, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 6 furlongs in 1:17.20 over the Del Mar main track. That work was 3rd best out of 3 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She went well. There’s a Maiden $75,000 in the new book and I’ve got her pointed to that race.”

Phil will train International Diva (IRE) up to her debut which we expect with be the Maiden $75,000 Claiming race going 1 mile on the turf at Santa Anita on February 18th.



February 2, 2018

Monster of Nature (IRE) breezed on Friday working 4 furlongs in 50.40 over the Gulfstream Park West main track. That work was 12th best out of 14 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Kathleen O'Connell after the breeze. Kathleen said, “I’ve only had her for about a week so I worked her an easy 4 furlongs. Had I know her a little better I would have breezed her 5 furlongs. She went well. I’m going to continue to work with her and get her ready for a debut.”

Kathleen will breeze Monster of Nature (IRE) on a regular schedule preparing her for a debut.



January 30, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Wednesday working 3 furlongs in 36.12 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 2nd best out of 4 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked very well this morning. He’s coming along nicely. He probably needs another breeze or two and we’ll be ready to run him again.”

Steve will continue to train Gran Saman up to his next race and point him accordingly.



January 28, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar ran a very respectable second at Aqueduct on Sunday ultimately giving way to a very highly regarded 4-5 post time favorite. GiveTheMan a Cigar rushed the gate just as the latch was sprung bouncing to the front from the get go, showed the way in hand just off the inside under some pressure from the presence of the aforementioned foe to the outside, came under ever increasing prompting from that rival through the turn and got put to coaxing five-sixteenths from home, widened away from the rest in tandem nearing the quarter pole, swung three wide for home, dug in and was headed straightened away, couldn't match the top one through the final eighth while running on for the place honors.

We spoke with trainer Chris Englehart after the race and Chris said, “I was on the phone before the race with Mike Repole who told me that Todd Pletcher doesn’t just like his horse, he LOVES him. At that point I knew we had our hands full. It's all part of horseracing”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “You can make a lot of money running 2nd in every race but eventually you want to get a picture. The winner looks like a future stake horse so there’s no shame in hanging in there with him. What we’re learning about our horse is that he can run on just about anything which will be a benefit as we go forward.”

GiveTheMan a Cigar earned $11,000 for Sunday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how GiveTheMan a Cigar comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



January 27, 2018

E J’s Revenge ran a good second at Parx on Saturday ultimately yielding to the 9-5 favorite but missing by less than a length. E J’s Revenge engaged for the lead along the inside nearing the far turn, drew clear, then was not good enough in the drive to withstand the winner

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race. Steve said, “We’ve hooked a hot horse two races in a row. He ran a very big race today. He’ll get through very soon.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “It would have been nice to have won this race but second place money is good. It was 7 lengths back to the next horse so the winner and we were dominant. Overall it was a good day for the partners and the horse.”

E J’s Revenge earned $5,600 for Saturday’s second place finish.

We’ll see how E J’s Revenge comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



January 27, 2018

Alwanees breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 51.02 over the Parx track. That work was 23rd best out of 38 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked nicely. He’s doing well.”

Steve will train Alwanees up to his next race.



January 27, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs from the gate in 1:02.40 over the Del Mar main track. That work was 15th best out of 24 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She worked well. I held her out of the Maiden Special Weight and the Maiden $50,000 didn’t go. I’m going to point her to the Maiden $50,000 the next time it comes around which I expect to be in a week or two.”

Phil will train International Diva (IRE) up to her debut in early February.



January 25, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar is entered to run in Sunday’s 1st race at Aqueduct which is a Maiden Special Weight going 7 furlongs for 4-year-olds and up. He drew post position 5 and jockey Dylan Davis is named to ride. Davis is currently ranked 4th in the Aqueduct jockey standings with 8 wins and a 15% winning percentage.

GiveTheMan a Cigar is currently 3-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. One DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $55,000.

First race post time is 12:20 PM and GiveTheMan a Cigar's race is Race 1. As always we’ll be in the exclusive Horseman’s Lounge. Everyone is invited to join us at Aqueduct for a fun day of racing.



January 23, 2018

Hatteras Bound ran a very strong second at Parx on Tuesday battling throughout and eventually yielding within the 1/4 pole to the eventual winner. Hatteras Bound was hustled to the front, pressed midway on the final turn, but continued gamely to the finish.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the race and Steve said, “He ran a big race. He’s starting to come around. He ran very well today.”

We also spoke with Hibiscus Stables CEO Mike Oliveto after the race. Mike said, “He ran a bigger race than it appears on paper. Although he finished second to a very nice horse, he was 3 1/2 lengths ahead of the next horse and the field was completely strung out behind the third place finisher. We’d like to have won but we picked up a nice check today for the partners and we got to enjoy a very exciting race.”

Hatteras Bound earned $4,600 for Tuesday’s second place finish.

Steve will see how Hatteras Bound comes out of the race and we’ll point him accordingly.



January 22, 2018

E J’s Revenge is entered to run in Saturday’s 1st race at Parx which is a Maiden $30,000 Claiming race going 1 mile for 3-year-olds. He drew post position 2 and jockey Joshua Navarro is named to ride. Navarro is currently ranked 5th the Parx jockey standings with 2 wins and a 25% winning percentage.

E J’s Revenge is currently the 7-2 Daily Racing Form morning line second choice in the race. He’s the DRF Consensus second choice to win the. One DRF handicapper selects him to win the race and one DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $28,000.

First race post time is 12:25 PM and E J’s Revenge's race is Race 1. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



January 20, 2018

Gran Saman breezed on Saturday working 3 furlongs in 39.40 over the Gulfstream Park main track. That work was 26thbest out of 26 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “I worked him easily this morning. He’s doing OK.”

Steve will continue to train Gran Saman up to his next race and point him accordingly.



January 20, 2018

Hatteras Bound is entered to run in Tuesday’s 3rd race at Parx which is a $12,500 Claiming race going 1 mile for 4-year-olds and up which have never won 3 races. He drew post position 6 and jockey Carol Cedeno is named to ride. Cedeno had 105 wins and a 14% winning percentage in 2017.

Hatteras Bound is currently the 9-2 Daily Racing Form third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $23,000.

First race post time is 12:25 PM and Hatteras Bound's race is Race 3 which is scheduled to go off at 1:19 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun afternoon of racing.



January 20, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:03.40 over the Del Mar main track. That work was 15th best out of 27 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She worked well. There’s a Maiden $50,000 Claiming race and a Maiden Special Weight both coming up. I’m going to point to one of those races.”

Phil will train International Diva (IRE) up to her debut in late January.



January 20, 2018

E J’s Revenge breezed on Saturday working 5 furlongs in 1:04.55 at Parx. That work was 15th best out of 23 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well. I’m going to ask that they write an extra for us to get him into a race.”

Steve will train E J’s Revenge up to his next race.



January 20, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 51.14 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 92nd best out of 108 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Chris Englehart after the breeze. Chris said, “He worked well. I’m keeping him fresh for his next race. He’s doing very well.”

Chris will train GiveTheMan a Cigar up to the Maiden Special Weight going 7 furlongs at Aqueduct on January 26th.



January 16, 2018

Monster of Nature (IRE) breezed on Tuesday working 3 furlongs in 39.80 flat over the Palm Meadows Training Center turf course with the dogs up. That work was 5th best out of 5 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Danny Gargan after the breeze. Danny said, “I actually worked her 4 furlongs. Again she didn’t work well. I’ll go over her thoroughly and make a determination.”

Danny will breeze Monster of Nature (IRE) on a 7 to 9 day breeze schedule preparing her for a debut on the turf at Gulfstream Park.



January 13, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 51.80 over the Del Mar main track. That work was 24th best out of 29 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She worked well. We’re a go pointing to the Maiden Special Weight at Santa Anita on January 28th.”

Phil will train International Diva (IRE) up to the Maiden Special Weight going 6 1/2 furlongs on the turf at Santa Anita on January 28th.



January 12, 2018

Promise the Sky is entered to run in Monday’s 4th race at Parx which is a $7,500 Claiming N4L race going 1 mile 70 yards 4-year-olds and up which have never won four races. He drew post position 4 and jockey Edwin Rivera is named to ride. Rivera completed 2017 with 72 wins and a 12% winning percentage.

Promise the Sky is currently the 5-1 Daily Racing Form morning line third choice in the race. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race and one DRF handicapper selects him as his third choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $21,500.

First race post time is 12:25 PM and Promise the Sky's race is Race 4 which is scheduled to go off at 1:46 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Parx for a fun day of racing.



January 11, 2018

Promise the Sky breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 49.67 over the Parx track. That work was 60th best out of 113 at the distance.

We spoke trainer Steve Klesaris after the work. Steve said, “He worked well. My plan is to enter him tomorrow for the race on Monday.”

Steve will enter Promise the Sky to the $7500 Claiming N4L race going 1 mile 70 yards on January 15th at Parx.



January 11, 2018

Hatteras Bound breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 48.78 over the Parx track. That work was 31st best out of 113 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Steve Klesaris after the breeze. Steve said, “He worked well this morning. I’m looking at a race on the 28th to bring him back.”

Steve will train Hatteras Bound up to the $12,500 Claiming race going 1 mile on January 28th at Parx.



January 11, 2018

GiveTheMan a Cigar breezed on Thursday working 4 furlongs in 50.41 over the Belmont Park training track. That work was 116th best out of 201 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Chris Englehart after the breeze. Chris said, “He worked well and he’s doing very well. He missed some time with the severe weather that we just experienced and he needed this work to stretch his legs. We’re pointing him to the race on January 26th.”

Chris will train GiveTheMan a Cigar up to the Maiden Special Weight going 7 furlongs at Aqueduct on January 26th.



January 7, 2018

Monster of Nature (IRE) breezed on Sunday working 4 furlongs in 50 flat over the Palm Meadows Training Center turf course with the dogs up. That work was 24th best out of 35 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Danny Gargan after the breeze. Danny said, “She didn’t work very well today. I’ll breeze her back next week and make an assessment.”

Danny will breeze Monster of Nature (IRE) on a 7 to 9 day breeze schedule preparing her for a debut on the turf at Gulfstream Park.



January 6, 2018

International Diva (IRE) breezed on Saturday working 4 furlongs in 49.60 over the Del Mar main track. That work was 13th best out of 29 at the distance.

We spoke with trainer Phil D’Amato after the breeze. Phil said, “She worked well. I’m moving her forward and I expect to have her ready for a race on the downhill turf course in the next Santa Anita condition book.”

Phil will breeze International Diva (IRE) on a 7-day work schedule preparing her for her debut in Southern California which we expect will be in the next Santa Anita condition book.



January 1, 2018

Gran Saman is entered to run in Thursday’s 10th race at Gulfstream Park which is a $16,000 Claiming race going 7 1/2 furlongs on the turf for 4-year-olds and up which have never won two races. He drew post position 11 and leading jockey Jose Ortiz is named to ride. Ortiz completed 2017 with 270 wins and a 19% winning percentage.

Gran Saman is currently 8-1 in the Daily Racing Form morning line. One DRF handicapper selects him as his second choice in the race.

The purse for this race is $21,000.

First race post time is 12:35 PM and Gran Saman's race is Race 10 which is scheduled to go off at 5:08 PM. As always there will be a Hibiscus table in the clubhouse restaurant. Everyone is invited to join our partners at Gulfstream Park for a fun day of racing.



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