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Trujillo, Cibelli Lead Monmouth Standings

Monmouth Park’s 2011 racing season continues through Sunday, Nov. 6, and as the racetrack heads into the fall calendar, the races for top honors come meets-end continue to have jockey Elvis Trujillo, trainer Jane Cibelli and owners George and Lori Hall atop the standings.

 

In the rider’s race, 2009 leading rider Elvis Trujillo leads the way with 93 winners, 19 more than last year’s top jock, Paco Lopez.  Joe Bravo, 13-time Monmouth champ, is third with 52 wins.  C. H. Marquez Jr. is fourth with 39 victories, two more than Angel Serpa.

 

The trainer’s contest has Jane Cibelli, with 25 wins, on top.  Cibelli will seek to become the first female trainer in the 65-year history of Monmouth Park to win the trainer’s title.  The native of Leicester, United Kingdom leads Scott Volk by four victories.  Todd Pletcher is third with 19 wins, one more than the duo of Eddie Plesa Jr. and Eddie Broome.

 

Over in the owner’s contest, George and Lori Hall have 13 wins, one more than Patricia Generazio.  Frank Calabrese and JMJ Racing Stables LLC are next with nine wins apiece.  The partnership of Richard Malouf and Eddie Broome round out the top five with seven wins.

 

Beginning on Saturday, Sept. 10, Monmouth will host live racing on Saturdays and Sundays as well as Monday, Oct. 10 (Columbus Day) and Friday, Nov. 4 (Breeders’ Cup).

 

 

PLACE PICK 6 CARRYOVER OF $5,092 INTO SATURDAY’S CARD

 

With no one correctly selecting a winning combination in Monday’s Place Pick 6 at Monmouth Park, a carryover of $5,092.59 will await wagering fans for this Saturday’s program.

 

The Place Pick 6 comprises races four through nine, is a 50-cent wager, and has a takeout rate of just 15 percent.

 

In order to win the wager, a ticket must select a horse to finish either first or second in the Place Pick 6 races. 

 

Gates open at Monmouth Park on Saturday at 11:30 a.m. with first post set for 12:50 p.m  The fourth race, start of the Place Pick Six, has an estimated post time of 2:20 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

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