Keyword: Jane Cibelli

  • Dark Artist cruises to victory in her second start July 30 in Monmouth's fifth race

    Paynter Gets First Winner With Dark Artist

    Five years after he dusted a group of sophomores in the Haskell Invitational Stakes (G1), Paynter triumphed again on Haskell Day via Dark Artist, a 2-year-old filly who gave him his first win as a stallion, at Monmouth Park July 30.

  • Gulfstream Park West

    In Florida, It's Now Gulfstream All the Time

    Any doubts that Gulfstream is the name of the game in South Florida racing will be removed Oct. 8, when Gulfstream Park holds a 40-day meet at Calder Casino & Race Course under the name Gulfstream Park West.

  • Cibelli Wins Her First Race After 60-Day Ban

    Trainer Jane Cibelli, who recently completed a 60-day suspension for a medication violation at Tampa Bay Downs, won her first race of the season at Gulfstream Park Dec. 19 after getting permission to race.

  • Sea Bubble First Winner for U S Ranger

    Sea Bubble became the first winner for her sire U S Ranger when she captured a maiden special weight Aug. 24, the sixth race at Delaware Park.

  • Florida Vet Agrees to 90-Day Suspension

    Veterinarian Orlando Paraliticci has agreed to a 90-day suspension in an agreement that includes his admission that he violated Florida statutes by injecting a Thoroughbred less than 24 hours before a race at Tampa Bay Downs.

  • Jockey Angel Serpa

    Angel Serpa Hospitalized With Concussion

    Jockey Angel Serpa was sent to the hospital with a head injury after being unseated by his mount Kisses Required during the running of the fifth race July 13 at Monmouth Park, and will remain overnight for observation.

  • Monmouth Meet: Down From 2010, Up From 2009

    Business at Monmouth Park this year expectedly dropped after what appears to be a one-time "Elite Meet" last year, but average daily figures were still much higher than those recorded for the comparable 2009 meet.

  • Chirac flies home in the Philip H. Iselin.

    Chirac Romps in Sloppy Iselin

    Locally-based Chirac broke on top and never looked back, powering his way to a 12-1 upset against five rivals that included odds-on favorite Coal Play in the $300,000 Philip H. Iselin (gr. III) Aug. 22 in the Monmouth Park slop.

  • Final Prophecy Huge Surprise in Bonnie Heath

    Jean and Dale Howes' Final Prophecy registered a 57-1 surprise in winning the $150,000 Bonnie Heath Turf Cup at Calder Race Course Saturday in the Florida Million.