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HRN Monmouth Report : Week 13

Horse Racing Nation is your source for the $50 million summer meet at Monmouth Park. HRN Editor Jarrod Horak will recap all of the action from the Jersey Shore, including track bias information and horses to watch. This is his twelfth in a series of reports from Monmouth Park.


August 13 (day 37) - Fast and Firm


Both surfaces seemed to play fair. 


Hat trick for Paco Lopez and Carlos Marquez Jr. Elvis Trujillo booted home a pair. Bruce Alexander and Anthony Margotta Jr. both saddled two winners on the afternoon.


August 14 (day 38) - Fast and Firm


Both surfaces seemed to play fair.     

 

Hat trick for Paco Lopez. Elvis Trujillo booted home a pair.


Terry Thompson took Julien Leparoux to school in the Grade 3 Monmouth Oaks. Thompson's mount No Such Word sat the right tactical trip behind a contested early pace while Leparoux was content to lag far behind aboard runner-up Seeking The Title. The winner got a big jump and scored by a comfortable 1.5 lengths. It was eight lengths back to show finisher C C's Pal. 


August 15 (day 39) - Fast and Firm


Both surfaces seemed to play fair once again.


Carlos Marquez Jr. and Jose Valdivia Jr. both booted home a pair.


Dubai Majesty (10th race) ran down heavy favorite West Ocean in the Incredible Revenge Stakes for filly and mare turf sprinters.



 

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