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Haskell Field Versus American Pharoah: Who Will Win?

August 1, 2015 |

Haskell Field Versus American Pharoah: The Haskell Invitational was inaugurated in 1968 when Monmouth Park’s Board of Directors wanted to honor former President Mr. Amory L. Haskell by creating a handicap race for older horses. In 1981, the race changed format, becoming an invitation-only race for three-year-olds. For the 2015 running, the normal purse of $1 […]

Haskell Invitational Features American Pharoah & Best Dressed Couple

July 30, 2015 |

Haskell Invitational Features American Pharoah & Best Dressed Couple: On Sunday, August 2, the 2015 Haskell Invitational Stakes will take place at Monmouth race track. The Haskell Invitational Stakes is a Grade I race for three-year-olds over a distance of 1-1/8 miles, and the race carries a large purse of $1,000,000. Triple Crown winner and […]

Texas Red the One to Deny in Jim Dandy Stakes

July 29, 2015 |

Texas Red the One to Deny in Jim Dandy Stakes: Gone throughout the Triple Crown series, but not forgotten, fan-favorite Texas Red makes his second start off the layoff in the Jim Dandy (GII) at Saratoga Race Course on Saturday. Run at nine furlongs, this race works as Saratoga’s traditional prep race for their prestigious Travers […]

Preakness Stakes 2015: Schedule, Post Time, Contenders

May 12, 2015 |

Preakness Stakes 2015: Schedule, Post Time, Contenders– The Preakness Stakes will take place in Baltimore at Pimlico Race Course on Saturday, May 16, 2015. This will be the 140th running of the Preakness Stakes, the middle jewel of the Triple Crown and a Grade I race at 1-3/16 miles for three-year-old thoroughbreds. In addition to […]

Competitive Edge May Have the Edge on Competition

September 11, 2014 |

Competitive Edge May Have the Edge on Competition: When Super Saver won the Kentucky Derby, it was probably the worst time to do so. 2010, the market was probably the worst for sending a stallion to stud. The market was so bad, that no one wanted to shell out the money to stand the Kentucky […]