Eighty horses changed hands via the claimbox from June 12 to June 19 in the region with a gross value of $903,000. The numbers combine data from Monmouth, Parx, Penn National, Delaware, Charles Town, and Colonial Downs.
The horses ranged in value from $4,000 on the low end on up to $25,000. Their median value was $10,000, and the average was $11,287.
Those numbers exceeded those from the prior week, June 4 through June 11, when 76 horses, with a combined value of $779,000, changed hands.
Sixty-four different trainers grabbed at least one horse. Marcos Zulueta led the way in dollar terms, having taken two horses with a combined value of $50,000. Jorge Navarro claimed four horses to lead all trainers, with John Locke and King Leatherbury having taken three each.
hi frank > the claim box is a neat feature > would it be possible to list the claims, amounts, trainers, tracks, etc.?
Thanks for checking in, David – if you go to the Racing page and toggle the Claimbox box open, you’ll see the track, date, horse, amount, and new owner and trainer.
How many of those finished last, broke down or were vanned off?