The return of the Jersey
Shore Six as well as new 50-cent trifectas will be featured on the wagering
menu when Monmouth
Park opens for a 57-day
stand this Saturday.
The Jersey Shore Six, which will encompass the final six
races each day, has a base price of 10 cents. The only way to win the entire
pool is to have the lone ticket with six winners that day.
there is more than one ticket with all six winners, then all winning tickets
will share 60 percent of the total betting pool each day. The other 40 percent
of the day’s pool will be carried over until the next racing day. The carryover
will accumulate until the day there is just one winning pick six ticket.
days when no ticket has six winners, payouts (based on 60 percent of the total
pool) will be made to the tickets with the most winners that day.
year saw the debut of the Jersey Shore Six, which produced some hefty payouts,
including one for $161,486.50, on July 6.
50-cent trifecta is new this year and allows for more “spreading” on one’s
ticket at a fraction of the old cost.
is what the fans want, plain and simple,” said Bob Kulina, president of Darby
Development LLC, operators of Monmouth
Park. “We are in the business of selling mutuel
tickets and to do that successfully is to listen to what your patrons want and
then deliver. Our wagering menu does
wagering menu also features rolling daily doubles, two Pick 4’s, and a Pick 5, in
addition to the traditional win, place show, exacta, trifecta, superfecta and
Pick 3 wagers.
for the 2014 season, which runs from May 10 through Sept. 28, is 12:50 p.m.