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2016 gulfstream park oaks


The Grade 2 Gulfstream Park Oaks comes our way this Saturday, April 2 from Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Florida. Three year old fillies will take to Gulfstream's dirt track and race 1 1/16 miles searching for the winner's share of the $250,000 purse and the 100-40-20-10 points scale toward the Kentucky Oaks in May.

A field of seven have been confirmed for the Gulfstream Park Oaks - race 7 on Gulfstream's blockbuster Saturday card. Post time is 2: 50 PM. Here is a look into the past performances of all seven combatants for this Road to the Kentucky Oaks Grade 2 stakes.

2016 Gulfstream Park Oaks Race Preview

Off the Tracks - Todd Pletcher trained filly has three career starts - three wins. She broke maiden at first asking on this track in June and went on to a terrific win in the Grade 3 Schuylerville Stakes at Saratoga in July. She returned from a seven month layoff February 21 and posted a good win by 4 1/2 lengths in the minor Margate Handicap on this track February 21. Off the Tracks hasn't been touched so far and hopes to keep the impressive roll going from the outside post 7 Saturday with John Velazquez in the irons.

Gomo - was last seen posting a good win in the Grade 1 Darley Alcibiades Stakes at this distance at Keeneland October 2 for trainer Doug O'Neill after a win, a second and two third place finishes in four previous starts. She broke maiden four starts back by 5 1/4 lengths at Santa Anita June 25 and has also recorded a respectable third in the minor $100,000 Del Mar Juvenile Fillies Turf September 7 and a good second behind Pretty N Cool in the Grade 2 Sorrento Stakes August 12. Gomo has placed in all five career starts - competitive every time out and will leave from post 5 with Mario Gutierrez in the irons.

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Mo' Green - Joseph Orseno trained filly has one win in two career starts - that coming last time out February 28 at this distance on this track. It followed a pedestrian seventh in her debut - also here. Joe Bravo has been tabbed with making it two straight wins for Mo' Honey when they leave from gate 4.

Paola Queen - has four career starts for trainer Gustavo Delgado with a win, a second and a third place finish. She makes her stakes debut Saturday having finally broken maiden last time out - on this track February 14. Before that was a second, a third and a fifth to start her career. Paola Queen has improved every time out and hopes to maintain that trend from the rail. Javier Castellano has the mount.

Double Entendre - will make just her second career starts for trainer Peter Walder - the first was a good win at Sam Houston February 29. She steps up in competition hoping to make it 2-for-2 from gate 2 with Scott Spieth aboard.

Go Maggie Go - Dale Romans trained filly makes just her second career start. Her first produced and impressive win on this track March 13. Go Maggie Go looked good last time out and hopes for a repeat effort Saturday from post 3. Luis Saez gets the call.

Hold On Momma - has just one win in three career starts for trainer Francis Albott. The win came in her debut at Laurel Park in December. She has since reeled off consecutive fourth place finishes in Allowance Optional Claiming races. Last time out was at Tampa Bay February 21 and before that the fourth came at Laurel Park January 3. Hold On Momma hasn't been all that great but hopes for a major breakthrough in her stakes debut. Julien Leparoux will be in the saddle from gate 6 Saturday.

Formula 1 betting hamilton cant get away from his starting problems




I'm not sure you'd want Lewis Hamilton as your getaway driver. Dash out of the bank, throw the loot in the car, dive into the back seat tearing your mask off and shouting "go, go, go." And then the wheels start spinning and the car looks like it is moving through treacle.

Ok, I exaggerate. But the stumbling start in Monza which saw the reigning world champion throw away his chance to win the Italian Grand Prix is not just an isolated incident.

In his career so far Hamilton has taken pole position a remarkable 56 times - but has only converted half of them into top place on the podium. In an age where overtaking gets more and more difficult on more and more Formula One tracks, that is a record which should give cause for concern.

At least Hamilton drove superbly to recover the situation, forcing his Mercedes into second place behind team mate Nico Rosberg to make sure he would retain his lead in the Drivers' Championship, even if only by two points.

And he showed sense to override his normal racing instincts by settling for second place, rather than trying to chase Rosberg down on wearing tyres after adopting a one-stop strategy and risk ending with nothing at all.

Hamilton remains a massive [1.33] favourite to take his third title in a row, but in a see-saw season it makes you wonder if that is a bet to lay. Rosberg ([4.1]) once led the title race by 43 points, only for Hamilton to build a 19 point advantage by the summer break. Now they are neck and neck again.

Mercedes have brought down a veil of secrecy over exactly what went wrong in Monza where Hamilton, having out-qualified his team mate by half a second, went from first to sixth in the blink of an eye.

At the time it happened Lewis blamed himself, telling his engineers on the radio it was his own mistake that caused too much wheelspin. Once the race was over the story was being rewritten, with the driver talking about "inconsistencies with the clutch" and his team boss Toto Wolff promising a drastic review when they all get back to base this week.

It's the fourth time this season that Hamilton has made poor getaways. In Melbourne, Bahrain and Montreal he threw away his hard-earned work from qualifying. Once can be written off as bad luck, four times suggests there is a problem which needs work to solve.

At least there is a fortnight between now and the Singapore Grand Prix for the engineers to study the data and establish what really went wrong, and how to put it right. Hamilton remains the [2.38] favourite to return to winning ways there.

But the team will have to follow the analysis with action, and that includes their star driver. What they don't need is another couple of weeks of him partying all over the world because on this occasion he needs to share in the work to resolve the issue.

A place in history with a third successive title and a fourth in all remains Hamilton's for the taking. But the next time they shout "go, go, go" he needs to make sure that's exactly what happens.

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