Partyallnightlong is healthy
again and his connections are happily making plans for future stakes at
The 5-year-old New Jersey-bred, owned by Richard Malouf
and trainer Eddie Broome, was a Monmouth star early in his career, cruising to
two easy scores in 2010 before running fourth in the Grade 3 Jersey Shore
Stakes. Later that season, he was second in the Gilded Time Stakes here and
third in two other stakes races.
Last year, Partyallnightlong made three starts here,
winning two, and then went on the shelf after the July 11 Teddy Drone.
“Right after that race,” Broome said, “I noticed a little
bump on his left foreleg. It turned out to be a hairline fracture of the cannon
“We turned him out for the rest of the year, and when I
got him back this year, he was sound again.”
Partyallnightlong, a son of Put It Back, returned to the
races on May 5, and won the Dan Horn Stakes on turf at the Meadowlands.
“Now I want to get him on the main track again,” Broome
said. “He’ll go next in the Reilly, and we’ll see where we go from there.”
The $60,000 John J. Reilly Handicap for New Jersey-breds
will be run at six furlongs on Saturday, June 2.