New Jersey Racing
Nine-year-old Oak Bluffs proved best for trainer Mary Eppler in the Joey P Handicap for NJ-breds at Monmouth Park.
John Mazza, who trains Monmouth Oaks winner Horologist, is 82. Owner, Cameron Beatty is 27. It’s a racing odd couple that’s a “perfect marriage.”
Upset! New Jersey-bred Horologist was up in a timely manner to win the Grade 3 Monmouth Oaks over favored Jaywalk Saturday.
Jaywalk, looking to be back in form after trainer John Servis modified her training regimen, highlights Saturday’s G3 Monmouth Oaks.
They got most of Saturday’s races in (finally), but Monmouth Park will pass on racing Sunday.
Maximum Security crossed the wire first and then survived a lightning-fast inquiry to win the G1 Haskell Invitational.
Gregg and Rick Sacco, New Jersey-born and -bred, find themselves in a strange place — on opposing sides in Saturday’s Grade 1 Haskell.
Maximum Security is the solid morning line choice in Saturday’s Haskell, in which he’ll attempt to be the first sophomore to win two Grade 1s this year.
It’s been a long and winding road to the Haskell for Bethlehem Road and trainer Dee Curry.
Maximum Security galloped a mile this morning at Monmouth Park and is on track for a date next Saturday in the Haskell Invitational.
Veteran jockey Jose Ferrer was hospitalized following a spill Sunday at Monmouth Park
Kentucky Derby first-past-the-post Maximum Security and Belmont show horse Joevia remain on track for the Haskell in two weeks.
Some 52 horses, including all three Triple Crown race winners, have been invited to the Grade 1 Haskell Invitational.
Hunter O’Riley made his first win in nearly two years a memorable one, taking the G1 United Nations Saturday.
Bigger Picture, the 2017 G1 United Nations winner, aims for a second win in that race Saturday and the 3rd graded win of his 8yo season.
King for a Day upset Kentucky Derby first-past-the-post Maximum Security, a 1-20 favorite, to win the Pegasus at Monmouth Park.
Maximum Security, DQed from a Kentucky Derby victory, is an overwhelming favorite in Sunday’s Pegasus Stakes at Monmouth Park.
Almanaar and Sunny Ridge were won the first graded stakes of the year at Monmouth Park.
The ever-resilient jockey Jose Ferrer, 54, hopes to defend his Monmouth riding title just two years after suffering a nearly career-ending injury.
Familiar names like Diamond King and Projected headline the G2 Monmouth Stakes and G3 Salvator Mile Saturday at Monmouth Park.