monmouth stakes

Heavy Favorite Synchrony Delivers In King Edward

Even-money favorite Synchrony rallied determinedly under Javier Castellano to notch a one-length victory in Saturday’s Grade 2 $178,850 King Edward Stakes at Woodbine. A one-mile turf race for three-year-olds and upward, the King Edward attracted a field of eight and Synchrony was making his Toronto oval debut for trainer Michael Stidham. The chestnut son of […]

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Almanaar Survives Objection To Capture Monmouth Stakes Over Synchrony

Trainer Chad Brown’s hopes for a repeat in the Grade 1 United Nations on June 22 at Monmouth Park will apparently fall to the brawny shoulders of Almanaar. The muscular 7-year-old gelding shook off the rust from a five-month layoff to score a neck victory over Synchrony in the Grade 2 Monmouth Stakes on Saturday, […]

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‘Real Honest Horse’ Synchrony Ready For Saturday’s Monmouth Stakes

Trainer Michael Stidham has no qualms about shipping Synchrony wherever there’s a graded turf stakes race that fits the horse’s schedule, which explains why six of his past eight starts have been at different racetracks and on both coasts. But there is no place the ultra-consistent 6-year-old enjoys more than Monmouth Park’s turf course. “He […]

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Pair Of Brown Shippers Headline Saturday’s Grade 2 Monmouth Stakes

A pair of turf specialists from the Chad Brown barn are among a field of eight entered for the Grade 2 Monmouth Stakes on Saturday, May 25, as Monmouth Park kicks off its graded stakes program with a 13-race card to open the Memorial Day weekend. Monmouth Park will offer live racing Saturday, Sunday and […]

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One-Time Teacher Rubley Will Hope For First Graded Win With Divisidero

Trainer Kelly Rubley admits to feeling a little more pressure than usual about sending out Divisidero in Saturday’s Grade 2 Monmouth Stakes, the feature race on the track’s first bundled stakes card of the season. Having taken over the training responsibilities of the two-time Grade 1 winner in February from William “Buff” Bradley, Rubley knows […]

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Stakes Combine With Food Truck Festival For Big Memorial Day Weekend At Monmouth

The first bundled stakes program of the meeting, featuring a pair of graded stakes races, and the popular Jersey Shore Food Truck Festival highlight a bustling three-day Memorial Day weekend of live racing and entertainment at Monmouth Park Saturday, Sunday and Monday, May 26 through May 28. Four stakes races will be offered on the Saturday, May 26, racing card, […]

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Money Multiplier Scores Off The Layoff In Monmouth Stakes

William Lawrence and Klaravich Stable’s Money Multiplier hadn’t raced since Nov. 5, but a decisive mid-race move in Sunday’s G3 Monmouth Stakes by jockey Javier Castellano had the ridgling in contention on the far turn. The 5-year-old son of Lookin At Lucky took the lead and dug in to finish the job, crossing the wire […]

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Triple Threat Edges Middleburg To Take Monmouth Stakes

Team Valor and Gary Barber’s Triple Threat sat near the back of the pack early on before unleashing a furious stretch rally to nail Middleburg at the wire, posting a nose victory in the $200,000 Monmouth Stakes at Monmouth Park before a Sunday afternoon crowd of 15,417. The Bill Mott-trained Triple Threat covered the mile […]

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Speaking of Which Scores for Clement in Monmouth

Jockey “Jersey Joe” Bravo angled Speaking of Which out for the drive at the top of the straight before drawing clear in the lane to capture the Grade 2, $200,000 Monmouth Stakes by a length and a half as Strong Impact went from last to first to take the $60,000 John McSorley Stakes at Monmouth […]

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