Re: Nobody knew NUTIN 🤫 (235 Views)
Posted by: Longchamps1970
Date: March 13, 2020 12:19PM
Statistics don't lie.
Who's gonna be next?
Leading Trainers at Monmouth Park
Starting Date: 05/04/2019
Ending Date: 10/27/2019
Name Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings
Jorge Navarro 219 68 40 25 $2,144,588
Jason Servis 136 40 37 23 $2,214,900
Kelly J. Breen 125 36 18 14 $1,071,603
Jose H. Delgado 81 25 18 13 $ 602,323
J. Kent Sweezey 116 22 17 18 $ 551,256
Patrick B. McBurney 111 17 16 12 $ 711,752
Jorge Duarte, Jr. 51 16 5 10 $ 643,150
Jane Cibelli 66 14 7 10 $ 345,822
Comments from Monmouth Park (Darby Development) CEO on 2019 Haskell day:
Drazin warned there could also be legal issues if racetracks do not adopt consistent standards for racing on humid days.
"My living is litigation, and if I was going after a racetrack for not canceling when it's hot, and they had canceled and set a precedent Saturday when the temperatures and indexes were lower, they are dead.
Paulick report comments on Drazin's horse trained by Jason Servis:
Sent to post as the 8-5 favorite, Dennis Drazin's homebred Sunny Ridge got the job done in Saturday's Grade 3 Salvator Mile. The 6-year-old son of Holy Bull defeated second choice Diamond King by about three-quarters of a length at the wire, earning his first graded win since 2016. Jose Lezcano piloted the Jason Servis trainee through the mile over Monmouth's fast main track in 1:37.17.
“Once he made his move he really took off,” said Servis. “I told (owner) Dennis Drazin one of these days they're going to come back to him and he's going to win a really big race. He has been so close so many times. He's a poor man's horse. He bangs away every race and makes money. I never even thought about him as Jersey-bred. When I got him as a 2-year-old I told Dennis I am going to make $1 million with this horse. Look at him. He's a big, beautiful horse. And he's a gelding so he could have another good three years in him. He might hit $2.5 million. I'm thrilled to death with his performance.”