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Bravazo Demonstrates ‘Shake-The-Trees’ Work In Haskell Preparation

Calumet Farm’s Bravazo put in his final work leading up to next Sunday’s Grade 1 Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park, clocking 48.77 seconds for a half-mile over the Oklahoma training track listed as good. Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas said the work was just what his colt needed. “What we’re trying to do is just put him […]

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‘Chance Of A Lifetime’: Core Beliefs Headed To Haskell Invitational

As much as trainer Peter Eurton would have liked to have found a softer spot as the next start for Ohio Derby winner Core Beliefs, owner Gary Broad had other ideas. So Eurton announced today that the colt is heading East for the betfair.com Haskell Invitational on July 29 at Monmouth Park, joining a field that is headlined by Kentucky Derby […]

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Sports Wagering: New Jersey Records $16.4 Million Handle In June

Sports wagering officially launched in New Jersey in June, and according to legalsportsreport.com, the first 17 days of operation saw $16.4 million wagered across the state. Sports books reported $3.5 million in revenue for the same period. Monmouth Park led the way in sports wagering revenue with $2.2 million reported, doubling that of either of the other […]

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Good Magic Tops 44 Invitees To $1 Million Haskell

Forty-four 3-year-olds were extended invitations Friday to the $1 million betfair.com Haskell Invitational on Sunday, July 29, at Monmouth Park, with juvenile champion Good Magic heading the list of potential starters in the Grade 1 race. The Haskell is a “Win and You’re In” Challenge race for the Breeders’ Cup Classic this fall at Churchill Downs, so the winner earns […]

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Monmouth: Navarro Saddles Five Winners, Ferrer Rides Six On Sunday

Trainer Jorge Navarro tied his own record with five winners on Sunday’s Monmouth Park card, falling short of setting a new mark only because his other starter on the day finished third. The track’s leading trainer with 35 wins from 86 starters, Navarro matched the record for winners on a single program he first set on July […]

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Navy Commander Invited To Haskell After Long Branch Victory

Navy Commander controlled a slow early pace and then had plenty in reserve when it mattered most to capture the $100,000 betfair.com Long Branch Stakes on Saturday at Monmouth Park by 3¼ lengths – earning a chance to race in the $1 million betfair.com Haskell Invitational on July 29 as a result. Trained by Robert “Butch” Reid and ridden by Angel Arroyo, Navy […]

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Carlos Hernandez Scores First Stakes Victory In Jersey Girl Handicap

Valedictorian provided 20-year-old jockey Carlos Hernandez with his first stakes victory, grinding down frontrunner Heading Home before poking his head in front at the wire to capture the $75,000 Jersey Girl Handicap on Wednesday at Monmouth Park. Hernandez, who won three races on the nine-race card, had Valedictorian closely stalking Heading Home throughout the mile […]

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First Grade 1 Win Catapults Gallardo To Jockey Of The Week Title

With a win in the United Nations (G1) aboard the longest shot in the field, Antonio Gallardo earned his first Grade 1 victory and was named Jockeys’ Guild Jockey of the Week for June 25 – July 1, 2018. The award is voted on by a panel of experts for riding accomplishments by members of […]

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Monmouth Features Pick 6 Carryover Of $80,000 For Holiday Wednesday Card

The Jersey Shore Pick 6 went unit once again on Sunday at Monmouth Park, resulting in a carryover of $80,081 heading into a special July 4 card on Wednesday. The 20-cent bet requires one winner for the jackpot payout. Picking all six winners on Sunday resulted in a payout of $4,625.30 for 20 cents. The sequence started with the potential of resulting in just […]

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Brown Longshot Funtastic Leads Gate-To-Wire In United Nations

Three Chimneys Farm’s Funtastic surprised at 23-1 in Saturday’s Grade 1 United Nations Stakes, leading the field of nine from gate-to-wire under Antonio Gallardo. A 4-year-old son of More Than Ready, Funtastic was the longest odds of the four Chad Brown trainees in the race. He held off favored stablemate Money Multiplier by a half-length […]

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