Yourdreamsormine caught the leaders in mid-stretch and went on to beat We're All Set by three lengths Friday in the $75,000 Bull Gator Stakes at Gulfstream Park.
Grande Shores, the 4-5 favorite, came in third--a neck behind We're All Set in the seven-furlong dirt stakes for Florida-breds 3-years-old and up.
Following an inquiry and an objection by Edgard Zayas, rider of Grande Shores, stewards determined that We're All Set interfered with Grande Shores in the turn. They reversed the order of finish of those two horses.
Yourdreamsormine was ridden by Emisael Jaramillo and won in the solid time of 1:22.33 on the track listed as fast.
We're All set was 9-5 and Yourdreamsormine was 7-2 in the field of only five horses.
The race was the first for Yourdreamsormine for his new trainer Milt Wolfson and for Wolfson's NTS Stable.
Yourdreamsormine previously was owned by Ione Elkins and trained by Bill Kaplan.
Kaplan retired early last month, and he dispersed horses from his stable to his long-time friend Wolfson and several other trainers.
Elkins sold the 4-year-old colt Yourdreamsormine to NTS.
The win was the fourth in 23 career starts for Yourdreamsormine, a son of Mr. Sekeguchi.
His only previous stakes victory was last Aug.8 in the seven-furlong Unbridled Stakes at Gulfstream. That $150,000 stakes was for 3-year-olds as part of the Florida Sire Stakes series.