To Honor and Serve faces off with Soldat in Saturdays $400,000 Fountain of Youth Stakes at Gulfstream Park. The former has won three straight including the G2 Nashua and Remsen last year - this will be his three-year-old debut and is widely considered the second best three-year-old in training behind top Derby prospect Uncle Mo. Soldat ran a decent second in the Breeders Cup Juvenile turf last year, but he really came alive in the slop in an allowance race at Gulfstream last month - he won that race by 10-3/4 lengths and earned a huge speed figure, but can he duplicate such a performance twice in a row? Gourmet Dinner finished a nice third in the G3 Holy Bull and has the advantage of having raced over this Gulfstream Park surface - don't count him out. Shackleford has won two straight but must step up from the allowance ranks with a strong performance here. Bowman's Causeway is an interesting longshot here, having really come alive in his maiden race, and the trainer sees fit to send him directly to stakes competition - he might run better than expected. El Grayling, Caspers Touch, and Racing Aptitude round out the field.
The The 2011 Fountain of Youth Stakes horse was made available to the Horse Racing Fantasy Community on Saturday, February 26, 2011. This race was held at Gulfstream Park with a field of 8 horses. Soldat, Gourmet Dinner, El Grayling, Caspers Touch, Bowmans Causeway, Racing Aptitude, To Honor and Serve, and Shackleford competed in this spectacular 1.125 mile race on a Dirt track. The Horse Racing Fantasy Community ran this race in game - below you will find the results of the heated competition.