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EATONTOWN HANDICAP

Posted by on 6/19/2014 10:37:50 PM

What: Eatontown Handicap Who: Orion Moon

Where: Monmouth Park
When: Saturday, June 21


Successful soldiers in the underworld are known as good earners and online sports betting site players can try to get paid in the Eatontown Handicap in Jersey’s own Monmouth Park on Saturday.

The Grade 3 stakes, carded at 8 and a half furlongs for fillies and mare on the turf, has been won by some quality ladies over the decades like The Very One, B. A. Valentine, and Smart N Classy and last year Laughing was coming off a tough neck defeat in a $102,000 Laurel stakes before getting the ideal 3-hole trip to win the Eatontown inching away with a 93 Beyer.

This season 9 have entered and there is a little something for everybody.

Only series horses are in the money in 9 of 10 and that is just what Nashly’s Vow has done. She is unbeaten in 2 starts this year but was a pop and stop 8th in her only other stakes try.

Rusty Slipper sounds like a name for a cozy bar on the Jersey shore but she has not raced in over a year. Her last win came in a $63,000 stakes here when she got up despite racing wide.

Triple Arch ended 2013 with a win in an optional claimer but is 0 for 7 since. She was Grade 2 placed this winter and was a well-beaten third in a Grade 3 in Maryland last month.

Orion Moon won her stateside debut in game style but has not been able to close the deal since. She has a nice tactical speed style and was beaten just a neck last time in a Grade 3 at Belmont.

Medea debuts in a stakes today. It took her awhile to figure it out and she will need things to break right. She just failed as a prohibitive chalk at one-two.

Misty in Malibu dialed up a 4th in her only stakes try and it was a softer spot. She was closing last time but could not catch the rail rival.

Lonesome Tom ran her eyeballs out in defeat last time in a $74,000 stakes here when she drew the rail. She set pedestrian splits last time and still gave up the ghost.

Lady Ten is proven in a Grade 3 but it was on the West Coast in 2012. Eased last time, she debuts for solid trainer Anthony Dutrow, whose father won several Monmouth training titles back in the day.

Dido took 2012 off and it had to be for a pretty serious reason. But she has turned it around and has won three in a row now. This is her stakes bow.

Orion Moon was hung wide in her only off effort in the states. Hot Joe Bravo is aloft and he rode her in March when she was beaten a head. The winner of that race won a Grade 2 next out and then won a Grade 1 at Belmont 2 weeks ago.

Enough said, get down on the Moon.


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