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Betfair/TVG to Sponsor United Nations

Monmouth Park officials announced Thursday that the $750,000 United Nations Stakes (G1), to be run on Saturday, July 3, will be sponsored by Betfair/TVG.


“They have been our seasonal partner for several years,” said Bill Knauf, Monmouth’s assistant vice president of Thoroughbred racing, “and we’re excited that they are going to sponsor our major turf race of the year. We’re delighted they will also be a part of one of our biggest wagering days.”


The mile and three-eighths grass U.N., which will be run for the 57th time this year, will be named the Betfair/TVG United Nations.


The U.N., which has a long championship history, will be part of a special Pick Five that Saturday, presented by Betfair/TVG, that will have a guaranteed minimum pool of $250,000.


The race will be televised live on July 3 as part of a special TVG show.

 

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