2011 Pegasus Stakes (G3)

6/18/2011, Monmouth Park
Post Time:
5:28 PM ET
1 1/16 m (Dirt)
3 M

What the Nation is saying about the 2011 Pegasus Stakes (G3)...

Pants On Fire scored an easy victory in the Grade III Pegasus Stakes at Monmouth. In his first start since a ninth place finish in the Kentucky Derby, Pants On Fire defeated Morris Bailey’s Concealed Identity. Of course Morris Bailey is the soon to be owner of Monmouth Park.Read More
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  • cpsoren121 · The Haskell is one of my favorite races!! Would love for POF to return and win large! · 1031 days ago ·
  • icyhotboo · If these horses like POF were born ten years down the road they would be champs as 1 1/8 mile will be the classic distance. · 1030 days ago ·
Pants on Fire is special to Rosie, and the way he looked yesterday, he may be ready to step up and move right to the top of his class. His stablemate won the Belmont, but it is Pants on Fire who is primed to be the star of the second season. One of the key races in the second half is the $1,000,000 ...Read More
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  • zatt · Oh that's cool, Matt ... good PR, and nice for the fans. I think you know which of the two I think will turn out to be better. · 1031 days ago ·
  • Waya · Was at Monmouth Saturday, and this is one physically impressive horse! Someone will have to run a monster race to best him in the Haskell I think. · 1030 days ago ·
George and Lori Hall’s Pants on Fire gained command around the far turn and held off the late charge of Concealed Identity to capture the Grade 3, $200,000 Pegasus Stakes at Monmouth Park on Saturday.Read More
  • MichaelPavelick · Sometimes you just got be a man. This is the 2nd race in a row that I felt was going to be a workout for a horse and the horse ended up winning. Both times it was a case of the field being easy enough that the trainer must have felt that the horse wouldn't have to overextend himself to win. Pants on Fire (2 four furlong works not enough) & Midnight Interlude (no grass works) didn't fit my precepts. I would rather watch a horse win and NOT wager then wager and watch it lose. Particularly at even odds or less. · 1032 days ago ·
Owners George and Lori Hall and trainer Kelly Breen have had an exciting June so far, winning the Belmont Stakes with Ruler on Ice. Now they’ll look to keep the party going here Saturday when Pants on Fire meets five rivals in the $200,000 Pegasus Stakes (G3), a major prep for Monmouth’s centerpiece...Read More
Concealed Identity, who has run against all three winners of this year’s Triple Crown events, will make his first start outside his native Maryland when he goes in Saturday’s $200,000 Pegasus Stakes (G3), a major prep for the $1 million Haskell Invitational (G1) on July 31.   The bay gelding b...Read More
Saturday’s Pegasus Stakes brings out a half-dozen hopefuls for the Grade 1 Haskell Invitational on Sunday, July 31, including an interesting new name in Clarke Lane.   The colt by Giant’s Causeway is trained by Justin Sallusto, who saddled Teaks North to win last Sunday’s Monmouth Stakes (G3),...Read More
Some of the 3-year-olds looking for a bid to the $1 million Haskell Invitational (G1) on July 31 will swing into action at Monmouth on Saturday, June 18, in the $200,000 Pegasus Stakes (G3) at a mile and a sixteenth.   The Monmouth-based contingent is expected to be led by George and Lori Hall’...Read More