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Triangle - 1939-02-01 Gulfstream Park - general view fromt the rear of stands showing Candar winning the first race ever to be run over this strip.jpg
This photograph captures the first race ever run at Gulfstream Park from the stands on February 1, 1939.

Gulfstream Park drew roughly 18,000 visitors for its inaugural four-day race meet.

Peb's artwork depicts Frank Stronach, founder of Magna International and the Stronach Group, as a referee of the Sunshine Millions — a series of races held in January at Santa Anita Park and Gulfstream Park at the time Peb created the feature.

2008 Florida Derby poster; Peb's caricature/humorist artwork features prior Florida Derby winners depicted as flowers: Needles, Tim Tam, Carry Back, Northern Dancer, Forward Pass, Spectacular Bid, Swale, Unbridled, Thunder Gulch, Monarchos, and…

Peb's artwork depicts Open Mind, American Champion Two-Year-Old Filly in 1988 and American Champion Three-Year-Old Filly in 1989. 

Owned by Eugene V. Klein and trained by D. Wayne Lukas, Open Mind won four of her six starts in 1988.

Her eight…

Peb's artwork depicts Hall of Famer Alydar before the 1978 Florida Derby in a parody of the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever. 

In his two-year-old and early three-year-old seasons, Calumet Farm’s Alydar claimed the Great American Stakes, the Tremont…
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