HALLANDALE BEACH, FL – Gulfstream Park will resume live racing Sunday, June 16 with a 10-race program and estimated 20¢ Rainbow 6 pool of $525,000.

First race post is 12:55 p.m. EDT.

Gulfstream cancelled live racing Thursday through Saturday due to record rainfall that saturated the South Florida area. Training resumed Saturday morning.  The $95,000 Powder Break, originally scheduled to be run Saturday, will now be run Saturday, June 22.

Gulfstream’s 10-race program Sunday is highlighted with the fourth race, a first level, $25,000 optional claiming with a purse of $61,000. For 3-year-olds and older and originally scheduled for a mile on the turf, it  will now be run on the synthetic course.

Orseno, Joe – ©Ryan Thompson Photo

Silvretta (GB), by Invincible Spirit (Ire) out of Icespire (GB), by Frankel (GB), is the 8-5 morning line favorite and is scheduled to make her fourth start in the U.S. for trainer Joe Orseno and owners Ironhorse Racing Stable LLC and Robert Cotran.

The 4-year-old filly exits a second-place finish to No Valla in a first level, $25,000 optional claiming going a mile-and-a-sixteenth on the turf at Gulfstream on May 19.

She has one win with four seconds and a third in nine career starts with earnings of $27,661.

Drayden Van Dyke has the mount and they will depart post four.

Her competition will include Typey, a daughter of Accelerate trained by Jose D’Angelo for owner Tami Bobo.

Labeled at 2-1 on the morning line, the 4-year-old Typey makes her first start since finishing third behind next out-winner Damaso in a first condition allowance going a mile-and-a-sixteenth at Tampa Bay Downs on April 27.

Typey was a $160,000 purchased as a 2-year-old by West Point Thoroughbreds at the Ocala Breeders’ Sales March Sale where she was consigned by de Meric Sales.

She has one win in 11 lifetime starts with three seconds and four thirds and earnings of $89,025.

Typey will break from post one with jockey Leonel Reyes.

Florida-bred Mama Maria also hails from the D’Angelo barn and is 8-1 on the morning line.

The 4-year-old daughter of Girvin was fourth behind Florida-bred winner Sophia’s Storm in her last race going six furlongs in a first condition, $25,000 optional claiming on June 7.

Mama Maria is owned by Gran Chanito Stable LLC and has won two with two seconds and five thirds in 15 career starts while earning $115,265. She is out of Joe’s Gift, by Sky Mesa and was bred by Brad and Misty Grady.

Edgar Perez has the mount from post two.

The ninth race Sunday is a first condition allowance event set for six-and-a-half-furlongs on the main track for Florida-breds. One Sharp Cookie, trained by Saffie Joseph Jr., is 5-2 on the morning line.

A winner in his last start against Florida-bred special weight maidens going six-and-a-half furlongs on May 23, One Sharp Cookie will race in the white colors of owner Daniel Alfonso.

One Sharp Cookie is a three-time graduate of OBS. He first sold for $16,000 to C-G Stables at the 2022 Winter Mixed Sale out of the Stuart Morris consignment. Sweet River Thoroughbreds sold him later that year at the October Yearling Sale for $130,000 to Mathis Stable. Alfonso purchased him for $40,000 out of the Top Line Sales consignment at the 2023 OBS Spring Sale.

Drayden Van Dyke will ride One Sharp Cookie from post six.

El Principito is the 2-1 program favorite for owner and trainer Michael V. Laurato.

The 3-year-old son of Accelerate exits a runner-up finish to Big Effect in a first-level, $75,000 optional claiming going six furlongs at Gulfstream on May 26.

El Principito is a two-time OBS alum. Consignor Colin Brennan sold him for $20,000 to Laurato at the 2022 October Yearling Sale. He went through the OBS June Sale the following year but did not sell.

He is out of Roxie Fast Moon, by Malibu Moon and was bred by Southwind Stables Inc.

Anthony Thomas has the mount on El Principito from post seven.

– Brock Sheridan contributed to this article

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