- January 8, 2018
- Posted by: Myers Jackson
- Category: Uncategorized
pegasus world cup 2018
Pegasus world cup 2018, train at Williston Mile for Thoroughbred Horses at the prestigious: Hallandale Beach’s Gulfstream Park will be hosting an important upcoming race. In its second year, the Pegasus World Cup promises an impressive purse. This year the horse’s take off on January 27th.
As a matter of fact, the purse amount is an increase from last year. Raising from $12 million to its now current $16 million. Therefore catapulting this race to the richest in the world. A title once belonging to the Dubai World Cup. Wow…pegasus world cup 2018. Exciting
Ideas were first thrown around for the Pegasus World Cup in 2016. Gulfstream’s statue is the namesake of this race. The January date would not interfere with the Breeders Cup or Dubai World Cup. Nor would the date disrupt studding time.
Moreover, the race is a Grade 1 open to equine 4 years of age and olderweighting 124 pounds. The left-hand dirt track is 9 furlongs in length.
pegasus world cup 2018: entries sponsored by
Collected from Kentucky, owned by Speedway Stable, LLC., 2nd place in the 2017 Breeders Cup Classic; Giant Expectations from New York, owned by Exine- Border Racing, LLC, Gatto Racing, LLC, and Zubock, Garrett; Gunnevera from Kentucky, owned by Margoth; Gun Runner from Kentucky, owned by Winchell Thoroughbreds, LLC and Three Chimneys Farm (this Breeders Cup Classic winner for 2017 will retire following this race);
Seeking the Soul from Kentucky, owned by Charles E. Fipke; Stellar Wind from Virginia, owned by Hronis Racing, LLC; Toast of New York from New York, owned by Al Shaqab Racing; War Story from Kentucky, owned by Loooch Racing Stables, Inc., Ellis, Glenn K. And Imaginary Stables; and West Coast from Kentucky, owned by West, Gary and Mary, 3rd place in 2017 Breeders Cup Classic.
Furthermore, the 2018 Pegasus World Cup takes off Saturday, January 27, 2018 at
901 S. Federal Hwy.
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009