New Jersey Racing
Geaux Rocket Ride pulled the upset, besting Kentucky Derby winner Mage and super-talented Arabian Knight to win the Grade 1 Haskell at Monmouth Park.
Mage, upset winner of the Kentucky Derby and then third in the Preakness, will make his next start in the Grade 1 Haskell at Monmouth Park July 22.
Saturday’s opening day feature at Monmouth Park, the Long Branch Stakes, includes familiar names like Coffeewithchris, Howgreatisnate, and others.
Jockey Lane Luzzi, who grew up in New York, will try to disprove the idea that you can’t go home again when he shifts his tack from Texas to Monmouth.
In a new BackTracks: NJ-bred Missy’s Mirage became one of trainer Allen Jerkens’ favorites, a gray filly who “got the job done.”
Vedareo bounced back from a rough outing at Saratoga to win easily in Monmouth Park’s Sorority Stakes Sunday.
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Juju’s Map hoped to get her mojo back but proved to be no match for Shahama in Sunday’s Grade 3 Monmouth Oaks.
Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies runner-up Juju’s Map faltered last out in the Mother Goose. Her trainer’s hoping for a bounceback in the G3 Monmouth Oaks.
Cyberknife rode a perfect trip under jockey Florent Geroux to win today’s Grade 1 Haskell and spoil Chad Brown’s quest to go 5-for-5 in graded stakes.
Monmouth Park has an all-graded-stakes Picks 4 on today’s Haskell Stakes day, and Derby Bill Watson has it scoped out.
Epic Bromance, 60-1 when third in last year’s Grade 1 United Nations, is back for more Saturday and heads a group of four locals entered in the contest.
With an intriguing mix of horses, Saturday’s Haskell may be, as one trainer put it, a “statement race.” Here’s what the horsemen are saying.
The undefeated Jack Christopher and super-talented Taiba will meet in Saturday’s Haskell Stakes at Monmouth Park, which has attracted 4 Grade 1 winners.
Nineteen horses, including two trained by back-from-suspension Bob Baffert, as well as Preakness winner Early Voting, are nominated to the Haskell.
Jockey Isaac Castillo is enjoying the holiday weekend. On Saturday he won six races at Monmouth Park on horses trained by five different trainers.
In a thriller at Monmouth Park, Mind Control fought back to defeat Hot Rod Charlie narrowly, topping a Haskell preview day with four stakes.
Hot Rod Charlie, last seen finishing second in the Dubai World Cup, will return to action in Monmouth Park’s G3 Salvator Mile Saturday.
Hollywood Jet, a winner of seven straight, will aim for eight in Saturday’s Mr. Prospector Stakes at Monmouth Park.