Double Espresso wins the 2010 Pan Zareta Stakes

By Cindy Pierson Dulay
February 10, 2010
The first stakes race on Louisiana Derby Preview Day was the $60,000 Pan Zareta Stakes for older fillies and mares sprinting 6 furlongs on the main track. After 2 horses scratched out, only four went to post with Dubai Majesty sent off as the even money choice, exiting a nose defeat in the Sunshine Millions Filly and Mare Sprint last out.

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GoldMark. The Mark of Excellence

By Bill Giauque
October 2009
GoldMark Farm overwhelms the first-time visitor the way Disney World dazzles a child. It is simply jaw-dropping. If you don’t believe me, just ask ToddQuast, general manager and trainer at GoldMark. The furrow my jaw dug in the Safetrack as he showed me the training facility caused him considerable consternation.

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Moontune Missy wins first stakes in Sometime Thing at Belmont

Florida Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Owners’ Association News
By Nick Fortuna
September 29, 2009

The folks at GoldMark Farm in Ocala had a reason to celebrate Sunday after Moontune Missy earned her first stakes victory and her second straight win overall in the $66,750 Sometime Thing Stakes at Belmont Park.

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Backtalk Gets Final Word in Tight Sanford

By Jack Shinar
July 30, 2009
Favored Backtalk is undefeated in three starts after motoring home on the outside of a closely grouped field to win the $150,000 Sanford Stakes (gr. II) for 2-year-olds by a neck over Enumerate at Saratoga Race Course July 30. Goldmark Farm’s Florida-bred son of Smarty Jones now has consecutive graded stakes wins for trainer Tom Amoss. Backtalk won the Bashford Manor (gr. III) at Churchill Downs July 3.

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Backtalk Wins 108th Bashford Manor

By Gary Yunt
July 3, 2009
Gold Mark Farm’s Backtalk charged past Flatter Than Me inside the sixteenth pole to win the 108th running of the $110,500 Bashford Manor Stakes (GIII) for 2-year-olds by a length at Churchill Downs on Friday. Ridden by Miguel Mena and trained by Tom Amoss, Backtalk covered the six furlongs on a fast main track in 1:11.08 in defeating seven rivals.

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Heavy Metal: T. Paul Bulmahn’s GoldMark Farm reaches for racing’s brass ring

By Ryan Conley
March 7, 2009
Running heavenward through a spiral staircase in the palatial GoldMark Farm office is a two- story glass trophy case that for now serves more as a monument to potential than actual lovin- cup production for the burgeoning commercial operation located near Ocala, Fla.

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No Catching Elusive Lady in Tempted Triumph

by Jack Shinar
October 28, 2007
Using her speed to full advantage, Elusive Lady overcame an early bump to withstand a challenge from Meriwether Jessica, drawing off to a 4 1/4-length victory in the $106,600 Tempted (gr. III) for 2-year-old fillies at Aqueduct…

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On the Mark

By Cynthia McFarland
September 1, 2007
A willingness to take risks and a desire for excellence served Paul Bulmahn well in the corporate world. It only makes sense that those qualities would do the same when his passion turned to racing. Before Bulmahn made the decision to build GoldMark Farm, a world class training center in northwest Marion County, his energies were concentrated on ATP Oil & Gas Corp., of which he is founder, president and chairman.

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Waste Not Want Not!

“Waste not, want not!” As he incorporated a start-up business in 1991, T. Paul Bulmahn remembered the aphorism his mother used frequently during his childhood days. It seemed to perfectly apply to the business plan for the new oil and gas company he had just formed. His strategy: to follow major offshore exploration companies and…