Gulfstream Park

From the Gulfstream Park Media Team:

Tracy Pinchin’s Jackson, a multiple stakes in Florida-bred company, established himself as a graded-stakes winner Saturday at Gulfstream Park, capturing the $100,000 World of Trouble (G3) by three-quarters of a length.

Trainer Jose Pinchin — Jackson (1st):

“Hey, he’s a homebred, so we must be happy,” trainer Jose Pinchin, whose wife bred the 4-year-old son of Kantharos. “The mare is worth something. It’s a Grade 3.”

“I was really pleased. He broke good; he tracked the horse. Luis went around and gave him a great ride,” Pinchin said. “He should have won last time.”

Jackson ran six furlongs in 1:09.55.

“We always knew he had talent. He just had to get it together,” Pinchin said. “He’s better 4-year-old than he was as a 3-year-old,”

Pinchin said Jackson, who has earned nearly $450,000, will race next in a state-bred stakes at Tampa Bay Downs.

Jockey Luis Saez — Jackson:

“He warmed up so good. He broke so well, he was right there,” Saez said. “When we came to the three-eighths pole I know we can fire. We came to the stretch and he did it.”