05/07/2012 12:54PM

2013 Monmouth Park Stakes Schedule


2013 Racing Dates

May 11 - October 6; at The Meadowlands: Oct. 11-Nov. 2Monmouth Logo

Post Time: 12:50 p.m. ET except Haskell Day (Sunday, July 28 - 12:00 p.m.)

Handicapping Information

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2013 Stakes Schedule

Monmouth Park Track Layout

Monmouth Park Track Layout

 Main Track: One mile, oval.
 Turf Course: Seven Furlongs,
with chutes for 5 & 5.5F races, and 1 1/16 & 1 1/8 races.
Distance from last turn to finish line: 990 Feet.

Exotic Wagering Format

$2 Win, Place and Show, Daily Double
$1 Exacta, Trifecta
$0.10 Superfecta
$0.50 Pick Three
$0.50 Pick Four
$0.50 Pick Five
$0.50 Place Pick Six

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Takeout Information

Win, Place, Show - 17%
Exacta, Daily Double - 19%
Trifecta, Superfecta, Pick 3 - 25%
Pick 4, Pick 5, Place Pick 6 - 15%

Current Weather Conditions

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2013 Monmouth Park stakes schedule

May 18 Red Bank (G3) $100,000 3YO&UP, 1M (T)
June 9 Monmouth (G2) $200,000 3YO&UP, 1 1/8M (T)
June 16 Pegasus (G3) $150,000 3YO, 1 1/16M
June 29 Eatontown (G3) $100,000 F&M 3YO&UP, 1 1/16M (T)
July 4 Jersey Shore (G3) $100,000 3YO, 6F
July 6 Salvator Mile (G3) $150,000 3YO&UP, 1M
July 6 United Nations (G1) $500,000 3YO&UP, 1 3/8M (T)
July 7 Long Branch $100,000 3YO, 1 1/16M
July 28 Haskell Invitational (G1) $1,000,000 3YO, 1 1/8M
July 28 Molly Pitcher (G2) $200,000 F&M 3YO&UP, 1 1/16M
July 28 Monmouth Cup (G2) $200,000 3YO&UP, 1 1/16M
July 28 Taylor Made Matchmaker (G3) $150,000 F&M 3YO&UP, 1 1/8M (T)
July 28 Oceanport (G3) $150,000 3YO&UP, 1 1/16M (T)
July 28 Teddy Drone $100,000 3YO&UP, 6F
August 10 Monmouth Oaks (G3) $100,000 F 3YO, 1 1/16M
August 18 Philip H. Iselin (G3) $150,000 3YO&UP, 1 1/8M
August 25 Cliff Hanger (G3) $100,000 3YO&UP, 1 1/16M (T)
Sept. 1 Sapling (G3) $100,000 2YO, 6F
Sept. 1 Sorority $100,000 F 2YO, 6F


James Harmon More than 1 year ago
Monmouth, you just don't get it. Why have 12 races with the majority of the fields 6 horses or less? Don't you realize the serious player is not going to bet the majority of those races because there is just no value in short fields? Why not shorten up your card and get full fields of 8 or more horses each instead of what you are doing? I'll bet your handle would go up. I know I would bet more. As it is I'm not even bothering wasting my time handicapping your product because I know I will be sitting all day maybe betting one race. Not worth my time. I'm sure I'm nor unique in this regard. Give us full fields or quit wasting our time.
Greg Scherr More than 1 year ago
This section used to provide the tracks website link, no more???
Buffalo1 More than 1 year ago
Wow, does Monmouth need help. Sheesh!
Buffalo1 More than 1 year ago
Wow, does Monmouth need help. Sheesh!