New Jersey Racing
Jockey Trevor McCarthy, a Delaware native who made his name riding in the Mid-Atlantic, moved his tack to New York over the winter but now is back in the region riding at Delaware and Monmouth.
Trainer Joe Pierce, Jr., a Monmouth Park fixture, passed away Thursday at age 90.
Hard-hitting veteran Page McKenney won the Grade 3 Salvator Mile, part of the MATCH Series, while Money Multipler took the Monmouth Stakes.
Sunny Ridge, a New Jersey-bred, will become a millionaire with a win Saturday in the G3 Salvator Mile, a race which is part of the MATCH Series.
Jockey Na Somsanith has won over 1,200 races in his career – but none since 2014. Until yesterday at Monmouth Park, when he found the winner’s circle again.
Four-year-old Berned kicked off her Monmouth Park summer impressively, rallying from the rear to win the Serena’s Song Stakes.
In his first start in 20 months, Force the Pass dug in to win Monmouth Park’s Cliff Hanger Stakes by a nose on opening day at the track.
Opening day at Monmouth Park is upon us, and for some trainers, it has additional meaning, even as they fret the future of the Jersey Shore track.
Graham Motion trainees Irish Strait and Serjeant At Arms figure to be among the key players in Monmouth Park’s opening day feature, the Cliff Hanger Stakes.
Multiple graded stakes winner Green Gratto, a New Jersey-bred, will try his luck in Saturday’s G3 Tom Fool at Aqueduct.
Trainer Tim Hills needs one win to reach 2000 in his career — a mark, he says with a laugh, not of skill or fortune, but of his longevity.
The all-turf meet at the Meadowlands will, because of early success, expand to eight races per day, up from six.
Trainer Kelly Breen will send out a pair of logical contenders in Monmouth’s two Saturday juvenile stakes, the Sorority and the Sapling.
For the second time in three years, Fuzzy Muzzle took the Charles Hesse III Handicap to highlight Monmouth’s New Jersey Thoroughbred Festival Day.
Just Call Kenny bided his time before bursting clear to a four-length win in the G3 Iselin Stakes at Monmouth Park Saturday.
Under Chris DeCarlo, Tricky Escape rallied from last to win the Grade 3 Violet Stakes at Monmouth Park.
Teresa Z earned the first stakes score of her career, taking the G3 Monmouth Oaks Saturday.
Girvin earned the first Grade 1 of his career – and enhanced the 3-year-old division’s disarray – with a late rally to win the Haskell Sunday at Monmouth.
Miss Temple City, one of the top distaff turfers of 2016, could manage no better than third in today’s G3 Matchmaker at Monmouth Park.