First, scaffolding started to go up. Then a dark figure began to take shape. The people of Hallandale whispered, "What is it?" It was a beast. An ancient, mythical beast. For some reason, the owner of Gulfstream Park decided to have a 110-foot-tall bronze Pegasus erected on his property. The winged horse playing with a dragon amid water fountains, which cost $30 million to build, will resonate with you — maybe in a good way, maybe in a "WTF!!??" way. Obviously, the only way to mentally process this is with a selfie.