Monmouth Park will move to a new post time of 12:45 p.m. as it begins a three-day live racing schedule this Friday, June 1. The racetrack will continue with a three-day schedule through Sept. 2, with the addition of holiday cards on July 4 and Sept. 3 (Labor Day). The 12:45 post will carry through the season with the exception of Haskell Day, July 29, when post time will be noon, and four twilight cards on the last four
Thursdays in August – post time will be 4 p.m.
Trainer Juan Serey has plenty of options with his multiple stakes winner Ponzi Scheme, but one thing is certain according to the conditioner, his next start will be at Monmouth Park.
“I still haven’t decided what race I’ll enter him in next,” said Serey, a 5-time training champion at Monmouth, who is currently tied for second in standings. “There a couple of them that I’m looking at. His next race will definitely be here.”
Winner of the 2011 Skip Away Stakes, Ponzi Scheme returned with a stakes victory on opening day at Monmouth, posting a 12-1 upset in the $75,000 Decathlon. The 5-year-old gelding posted a solid work on Saturday morning, going five furlongs in :59 2/5, the second fastest of 43 at the distance.
MONMOUTH/WOODBINE HANDICAPPING CONTEST THIS SUNDAY
The $200 Monmouth/Woodbine Handicapping Contest will be held this Sunday, with the top two finishers earning a seat in the 2013 DRF/NTRA National Handicapping Championship in Las Vegas.
The $200 fee includes $100 for the entry and a $100 bankroll. The format calls for win, place and show wagers only on Monmouth Park and Woodbine races. While the top two qualify for Vegas, cash prizes will be awarded to the top 10 finishers.
For more information visit http://www.monmouthpark.com or contact the contest commissioner at .