Racing News

U R All That I Am Upsets Antares World In Work The Crowd Stakes

     U R All That I Am, receiving a fine ride from jockey Kevin Krigger, came from just off pace to upset 3-to-5 favorite Antares World in the $50,300 Work The Crowd Stakes at Golden Gate Fields Saturday.

     U R All That I Am raced in third while Antares World set the pace with Ms. G. I. Jane racing outside of her.  Antares World, ridden by Frank Alvarado, and Ms. G. I. Jane, with Aaron Gryder aboard, began battling for the lead in earnest on the far turn and were  eyeball to eyeball turning into the stretch.

Antares World Slight Favorite In Work The Crowd Stakes

     Antares World has been made a slight favorite over U R All That I Am in the $50,000 Work the Crowd Stakes at Golden Gate Fields Saturday.

     Golden Gate Fields price maker Richard Somers tabbed Antares World as the 9-to-5 morning line favorite in the Work the Crowd, a one-mile turf contest for fillies and mares bred in California.  U R All That I Am is the 2-to-1 second choice in the field of six.

Gryder-Martin Combo Click Again At Golden Gate Fields

     The jockey-trainer combination of Aaron Gryder and John F. Martin clicked again Thursday at Golden Gate Fields when the 5-year-old gelding Gavel dropped a
3 1/4-length victory on his four rivals in the fifth race.

Golden Gate Fields Offers FREE Facebook Hat Contest

Golden Gate Fields Facebook Kentucky Derby Hat Contest

Can’t make it to the Derby but have a GREAT hat just for the occasion? Show us a picture of you with your hat, just your hat, or your whole Derby ensemble and you can win a day at the races at Golden Gate Fields on Kentucky Derby Day, May 7, 2011!

Bring the family to enjoy Easter festivities, Thoroughbred horses at Golden Gate Fields.

With the holiday weekend on its way, northern California residents are reminded that some of the best things to do in the Bay Area this weekend can be found at Golden Gate Fields.

Is it possible to enjoy thoroughbred horses and the Easter Bunny on the same day? Racing fans and families alike already know that Golden Gate Fields, northern California's spot for premier thoroughbred racing, offers the kind of family fun and entertainment that gets even better on a holiday weekend.

As part of Golden Gate Fields’ Easter Sunday family special:

Work The Crowd Stakes Featured Saturday At Golden Gate Fields

     Fillies and mares bred in California will be in the spotlight Saturday at Golden Gate Fields when the track presents the $50,000-added Work The Crowd Stakes.

     The Work The Crowd is a one-mile turf contest that is restricted to distaffers bred in the Golden State.  The feature attracted a field of six, including multiple stakes-winners Antares World, Strawberry Tart, and U R All That I Am.

Justenufappeal Wins Golden Poppy

     Justenufappear rewarded her throng of backers at Golden Gate Fields Saturday by rallying down the stretch for a 1 3/4-length victory in the $75,000 Golden Poppy Stakes.

     Listed at 6-to-1 on the morning line, Justenufappeal was bet down to 8-to-5 favoritism
in the 1 1/16-mile turf race for 3-year-old fillies.  Justenufappeal proved the handicappers right when she took command from Alec’s Moon and Seismic Speed in midstretch and then held off late-running Windy Sails.

Our Curious Kitten Favored In Golden Poppy Stakes

     The consistent filly Our Curious Kitten has been made a 2-to-1 favorite on the morning line to capture the $75,000 Golden Poppy Stakes at Golden Gate Fields Saturday.

     Six 3-year-old fillies are set to start in the Golden Poppy, a 1 1/16-mile turf test.  Our Curious Kitten will break from post position two and be ridden by French jockey Julien Couton.

Golden Gate Fields Celebrates Foursquare Day With Free Club House Admission

     One of the best things to do in the East Bay area on Saturday, April 16, is to celebrate Foursquare Day at Golden Gate Fields.

Bay Area’s Smiling Tiger Wins At Oaklawn; Swiss Ski Extends Winning Streak At GGF

     Smiling Tiger, trained by Jeff Bonde of Pleasanton and owned in partnership by Phil Lebherz of Portola Valley and Alan Klein of Burlingame, rallied strongly down the stretch to win the Grade 3 $200,000 Count Fleet Handicap by 2 1/2 lengths Thursday at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Ark.