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G3 Winner Officiating Nominated to Sunshine Classic, Sprint

Jan 9, 2022
$75,000 Classic, $75,000 Sprint for Florida-Breds Jan. 15
Rainbow 6 Gross Jackpot Pool Guaranteed at $150,000 Wednesday
Woodstock, Miami Pop Festival Promoter Michael Lang Passes at 77


HALLANDALE BEACH, FL
– Mr. Prospector (G3) winner Officiating and Saffie Joseph Jr.-trained stablemate Sir Ollie, also coming off a victory over the track, head a list of 11 nominees to next Saturday’s $75,000 Sunshine Classic at Gulfstream Park.

The 1 1/8-mile Sunshine Classic will share the Jan. 15 card with the $75,000 Sunshine Sprint at six furlongs, each for Florida-bred 4-year-olds and up. Both races offer a $25,000 bonus to the winner.

Vesgo Racing Stable’s Officiating exits a three-quarter-length triumph in the seven-furlong Mr. Prospector Dec. 11, rebounding from an off-the-board finish in the one-mile, 70-yard Showing Up over Gulfstream’s Tapeta. The 4-year-old Blame colt also was a 3 ½-length winner of an off-the-turf edition of the seven-furlong Bear’s Den Sept. 5 at Gulfstream.

Peter Vesgo also owns Sir Ollie, a 4-year-old son of Quality Road that returned from a nine-month gap between races to post a three-length optional claiming allowance score going one mile Dec. 8 at Gulfstream. Tiger and Ampersand, who respectively ran second and third in that are, are also nominated to the Classic.

Also prominent among Classic nominees are Glenn Fagan’s Glory of Florida, in the money in 20 of 40 career starts including six wins; and the Arindel quintet of Chucky, Gump, Hercules, Key Biscayne and Tiger.

Officiating is also one of 19 horses nominated to the Sunshine Sprint, a group that includes David Bernsen’s Cajun Brother. The 5-year-old Cajun Breeze gelding won last year’s Sprint and ran third in the Gulfstream Park Sprint (G3) for prior connections before being claimed for $35,000 out of a Sept. 11 victory at Gulfstream.

Last year’s Sprint runner-up, DARRS, Inc.’s Extravagant Kid is a 15-time winner of more than $1.7 million in purse earnings who most recently ran second behind Carotari in the Dec. 31 Janus at Gulfstream. His biggest victory came in the Al Quoz Sprint (G1) last March in Dubai.

Legal Deal and Pudding, respectively second and third in the seven-furlong Claiming Crown Rapid Transit Dec. 4 at Gulfstream; 2020 FSS In Reality winner Boca Boy; Poppy’s Pride, winner of the 2020 Juvenile Sprint at Gulfstream Park West; Rough Entry, exiting the Nov. 28 Fall Highweight (G3) at Aqueduct; multiple stakes winner Shivaree and 2019 Texas Glitter winner Yes I Am Free are also nominated.

Rainbow 6 Gross Jackpot Pool Guaranteed at $150,000 Wednesday

The 20-cent Rainbow 6 gross jackpot pool will be guaranteed at $150,000 for Wednesday’s 10-race program at Gulfstream Park.

First race post time is 12:30 p.m.

Multiple tickets were sold with all six winners in Sunday’s Rainbow 6, each returning $2,651.28.

There will also be a Super Hi-5 carryover Wednesday of $4,983.65.

The Rainbow 6 is paid out when there is a single unique ticket sold with all six winners. On days when there is no unique ticket, 70 percent of that day’s pool goes back to those bettors holding tickets with the most winners, while 30 percent is carried over to the jackpot pool.

Wednesday’s sequence includes the day’s feature in Race 6, an optional claiming allowance for fillies and mares 4 and up scheduled for five furlongs on the turf. Can’t Buy Love won the Shooting Star last summer on the synthetic at Woodbine. Richies Great Girl and stakes-placed Running Memories both exit the Claiming Crown Distaff Dash Dec. 4 at Gulfstream. Tracy Ann’s Legacy was third in the Abundantia on New Year’s Day 2021.

Race 9 is an entry-level allowance for Florida-bred 3-year-old fillies sprinting 5 ½ furlongs on the Tapeta where Mount Sinai, David’s Rose, Firenspice and Poiema are all coming off victories. Also entered is Chacalosa, winner of the Arlington-Washington Lassie last summer at Arlington Park.

Woodstock, Miami Pop Festival Promoter Michael Lang Passes at 71


Michael Lang, the driving force behind the generation-defining Woodstock music festival in 1969, died Sunday in New York at the age of 77.           

Lang, who grew up in Brooklyn, moved to Miami in the 1960 and, along with dolphin activist Ric O’Barry, co-promoted the Miami Pop Festival in 1968 at Gulfstream Park. Acts included Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, John Lee Hooker and Chuck Berry with NRBQ.

Hendrix’s performance was later released as the posthumous live album Miami Pop Festival. A book entitled The Miami Pop Festival – A Photographic Experience, was also released by Ken Davidoff and Jack Connell.

Who’s Hot: Jockey Paco Lopez tripled Sunday aboard Starship Nebula ($5.20) in Race 1, Favor ($5) in Race 3 and Smokin Richie ($4) in Race 9. Jockey Junior Alvarado and trainer Saffie Joseph Jr. teamed up for back-to-back winners with Stellar Ride ($23.80) in Race 7 and A.P.’s Secret ($3.60) in Race 8.

Rainbow 6 Gross Jackpot Pool Guarantee:
$150,000

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