Monmouth Park

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Sharp Azteca will most likely next race in the Metropolitan Mile on Belmont Stakes Day.
Sharp Azteza, most recently third in the $1 million Godolphin Mile, is being pointed to the Grade 1 Metropolitan Handicap. War Story, who was beaten a half-length last out when third in the Charles Town Classic, is targeting the Grade 2 Brooklyn ...Full Story >>
YESTERDAY May 27, 2017
Saturday morning, trainer Graham Motion worked Irish War Cry at the Fair Hill Training Center in Maryland for a possible start in the Belmont Stakes. In the afternoon, he sent out Irish War Cry's 5-year-old half-brother Irish Strait to win the Grade 3 ...
Monmouth Park does not have a stakes on its Memorial Day card, but the racing office has dug deep into its bag of tricks and put together an interesting slate of races for Monday.
May 26, 2017
Nite Delite is the most likely winner of the $60,000 Blue Sparkler Stakes at Monmouth Park on Sunday, but the expected pace scenario in the five-furlong turf sprint for fillies and mares does not leave much room for error.
May 25, 2017
The $100,000 Red Bank, a one-mile turf race for 3-year-olds and up on Saturday at Monmouth Park, has attracted a field of 10, plus three main-track-only entrants. All Included, who is trained by Todd Pletcher, will be favored. His top challenge could ...
May 24, 2017
Trevor McCarthy will be sidelined for an undetermined period of time after dislocating his left shoulder and breaking his right pinkie in a spill at Monmouth Park last Sunday. Antonio Gallardo, who was involved in the same spill, was not seriously hurt ...
May 21, 2017
The fourth race at Monmouth Park on Sunday was declared a no-contest following a spill as the field came though the stretch for the first time in the 1 1/16-mile turf race.
May 13, 2017
Trevor McCarthy scored the 1,000th victory of his career on opening day of the Monmouth Park meet Saturday, guiding Rainbow Heir to a repeat victory in the Wolf Hill Stakes.
May 11, 2017
The mantra at Monmouth Park as it begins its 72nd season Saturday is that the New Jersey Thoroughbred industry is down but not out, and the track is implementing a three-fold strategy to improve racing and business.
May 10, 2017
Miss Sky Warrior, who had her five-race win streak snapped when she finished eighth in the Kentucky Oaks, is being given a farm vacation and will rejoin trainer Kelly Breen’s Monmouth Park stable this summer.
Now freshened up after taking off the month of April, jockey Antonio Gallardo and agent Mike Moran have reunited and will be based at Monmouth Park this summer.