Racing News

Jockey Baze, Trainer Sherman Each Win Pair Of Races At GGF

     Jockey Russell Baze and trainer Steve Sherman each recorded a pair of victories Sunday at Golden Gate Fields.

Jockey Alvarado Continues His Thanksgiving Week Win Feast

     Jockey Frank Alvarado continues to enjoy a feast of victories at Golden Gate Fields during Thanksgiving week.

     Alvarado celebrated Thanksgiving Day by riding four winners Thursday.  The veteran rider came back with a riding double Friday and followed that up with a riding triple Saturday.

Rare Double Dead-Heat at GGF

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The seventh race featured a rare double dead-heat as Monomonac Playboy and Bertie Boy tied for third.  

Our Nautique Wires Rivals In $100,000 All American Stakes

    Our Nautique holds off Bold Chieftain to win the $100,000 All American Stakes GIII
on Friday at Golden Gate Fields.

    Our Nautique, allowed to have things all his own way on the front end, scored a wire-to-wire victory in the Grade 3 $100,000 All American Stakes at Golden Gate Fields Friday.

Thanksgiving Racing at GGF

Those still wondering what to do in San Francisco on Thanksgiving can turn to Golden Gate Fields for a Thanksgiving buffet, then enjoy the excitement only a horse race can generate.

Golden Gate Fields Thanksgiving buffet offers a cornucopia of natures goodness. Fill the stomach with some of the best food in the Bay Area, then settle in for an afternoon filled with the kind of excitement only a quality horse race can provide.

The afternoon is sure to top the list of what to do in San Francisco on Thanksgiving day.

Trainer Monroe Wins Back-To-Back Races

     Trainer Sherrie Monroe, winless with her first 11 starters at the 2011 fall meeting, won back-to-back races Sunday at Golden Gate Fields.

     Monroe and jockey Chris Russell teamed up to win the fifth race with 34-to-1 shot Sarah’s Melody, who rallied from eighth in a field of nine to score by a half-length over Flying Home.   Owned in part by Monroe, Sarah’s Melody was the longest shot on the tote board and paid $71.60 to win