SHE’S MY TYPE (FR),(Dunkerque (Fr) winner of the GINGER BREW S at Gulfstream added to her resume with a 3rd in the Sanibel Island S also at Gulfstream. It was an exciting and close stretch run. The filly is owned by Ghislaine Head and was bred in France at the Haras Du Quesnay (FR). She is trained by Christophe Clement

The winner has a juvenile full-brother named Sensible (Fr) and a yearling half-sister by Anodin (Ire). Her dam is a half-sibling to MGSW Blacktype (Fr) (Dunkerque {Fr}), who was also trained by Christophe Clement.

Christophe Clement appeared in the winner’s circle again with Stone Farm homebred TRAIPSING who traipsed to an 8 1/2 length win in allowance company.

ALONZO  MOSELY second by a whisker in a MSW at Gulfstream














3 year old ALONZO MOSELY (Tonalist) was  part of the Kirkwood Gulfstream Gallop contingent last March. He hit the board in his first start last month running 3rd in a MSW at Tampa Bay at a mile on the turf.  He broke greenly from the gate but closed well in the stretch. Starting again in a very salty MSW at Gulfstream and stretching out to a mile and a sixteenth, he overcame a check and then charged from off the pace to miss the win by a whisker.  Watch for him next out!

MUCHO GUSTO on to Dubai

Mucho Gusto, Sir Winston, Tacitus Among Dubai World Cup Contenders; 20 U.S.-Based Horses Signed Up For March 28th Card

by  | 03.18.2020 | 2:23pm

Sir Winston seen winning the Belmont Stakes last June

A group five U.S.-based runners appear poised to compete in the $12 million Dubai World Cup on March 28 at and another 15 American horses are lining up to run in other races on that day at Meydan Racecourse, according to a release Wednesday from the Dubai Racing Club.

Included in the lineup for the World Cup are Pegasus World Cup winner Mucho Gusto, Belmont Stakes winner Sir Winston, Pennsylvania Derby winner Math Wizard, Wood Memorial winner Tacitus, and War Story, most recently third in the Pegasus.

Imperial Hint, third in last year’s Dubai Golden Shaheen, will make another bid in that race this year, along with Captain Scotty, Killybegs Captain, and Truck Salesman, one of five horses sent to Dubai to compete on Dubai World Cup day for trainer Doug O’Neill.

United, second at 51-1 to Horse of the Year Bricks and Mortar in last year’s Breeders’ Cup Turf, is listed as a contender in the 1 1/2-mile Dubai Sheema Classic on the turf for trainer Richard Mandella.

Mandella also trains one of five Kentucky Derby hopefuls from the U.S. who will battle for qualifying points in the UAE Derby. They are Mandella’s Tizmagician, Jerry O’Dwyer-trained Shotski, O’Neill-trained Fore Left, Steve Asmussen-trained Rowdy Yates, and Wrecking Crew from the stable of Peter Miller, who also has five contenders for the World Cup card.

Click here to see the preliminary fields for all of the Dubai World Cup races.

MILTONTOWN wins his 3rd and pushes earnings over $100,000

MILTONTOWN (Speightstown) won an allowance race at Will Rogers Downs – his 3rd win. Racing 6 furlongs over a sloppy track, he had his head in front at the half and out finished his foe by 1/2 at the wire.
Lifetime Record: 15-3-0-0, $103,812
O-Rick & Clayton Wiest, R 6 Stable & Norman Tremblay
B-G. Watts Humphrey Jr. & St. George Farm, LLC (KY);
T-Robertino Diodoro
*$25,000 RNA Wlg ’16 KEENOV; $80,000 Ylg ’17 KEESEP