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Covid-19 Vaccinations Available at Gulfstream on Tuesday, June 15. FIRST AND SECOND DOSES OF THE VACCINATIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE. The Department of Health will be coming to Gulfstream Park on Tuesday, June 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to administer Pfizer Covid-19 vaccinations to owners, trainers and backstretch employees. The second dose will be for those who received their first dose at Gulfstream on May 25. The vaccination center will be set up in the Backside Cantina, next to the Backside Security Office (as indicated by the yellow arrow on the photo).Appointments are encouraged to avoid waiting in line. To let Gulfstream Park’s Health & Safety team know that you’d like to schedule an appointment, please send a text to 786-697-8363, and include your name, whether you are an owner, trainer or employee, and what time you would like to schedule your appointment. You can also call that number with any questions.Trainers, please let your employees know and encourage them to get vaccinated.Thank you to Gulfstream Park for putting this together! ... See MoreSee Less
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Per the Gulfstream Park Racing Office: Starting with the next condition book, there will be new workout rules in effect for first-time starters that are 4yo and up, and for horses that haven't started in 365 days. These horses must have two published workouts within 45 days of their race date with one being an official workout for the Track Veterinarian, 1/2 mile in 0:52 or less, or 5/8 in 1:03 or less. The horses will not be placed on the vet's list. ... See MoreSee Less
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