The $1,000,000 Haskell

Saturday, July 23




Photo Courtesy of Al Gold


Career Record: 8-4-2-0

Career Highlights: Won the G1 Arkansas Derby prior to an 18th-place Kentucky Derby finish.  Has since won the G3 Matt Winn for last year’s Haskell-winning trainer.

Owner: Gold Square LLC

Trainer: Brad Cox

Jockey: Florent Geroux

Morning Line: 6-1



Photo by Equiphoto


Career Record: 3-2-0-0

Career Highlights: Popped off two straight triple-digit Beyer Speed Figures to start his career, including a 102 when winning the Grade 1 Santa Anita Derby.

Owner: Zedan Racing Stables Inc.

Trainer: Bob Baffert

Jockey: Mike Smith

Morning Line: 7-5


Photo by Equiphoto


Career Record: 5-1-0-3

Career Highlights: Broke his maiden at Monmouth Park by over seven lengths.  Two races later, he finished fourth in a restricted turf stakes at Belmont.

Owner: Barrister Breeding, LLC

Trainer: John Stephens

Jockey: Paco Lopez

Morning Line: 30-1


Photo by Coglianese Photos


Career Record: 7-3-1-0

Career Highlights: Finished a nostril behind Cyberknife last month in the G3 Matt Winn.  Has shown considerably-more early speed in last two races – a 5-length allowance score and the heartbreaker last out.

Owner: Albaugh Family Stables LLC

Trainer: Dale Romans

Jockey: Joe Talamo

Morning Line: 10-1


Photo by Equiphoto


Career Record: 13-2-2-2

Career Highlights: Won an allowance race at Monmouth on May 29 prior to finishing seventh in the Pegasus Stakes.

Owner: Monmouth Stud and Pinnacle Racing Team

Trainer: Gregory D. Sacco

Jockey: Nik Juarez

Morning Line: 30-1


Photo by Coglianese Photos


Career Record: 7-4-1-1

Career Highlights: Won the Grade 1 Florida Derby before finishing 16th in the Kentucky Derby.  Was second in the G3 Ohio Derby in his most recent.

Owner: C2 Racing Stable and La Milagrosa Stable, LLC

Trainer: Saffie Joseph Jr.

Jockey: Joel Rosario

Morning Line: 5-1


Photo by Coglianese Photos


Career Record: 4-4-0-0

Career Highlights: He’s undefeated and a 10-length winner of the G1 Woody Stevens last out.  This will be his two-turn test.

Owner: Bakke, Isbister, Gerald, Coolmore Stud & Peter M. Brant

Trainer: Chad Brown

Jockey: Jose Ortiz

Morning Line: 3-2


Photo by Equiphoto


Career Record: 4-3-0-0

Career Highlights: Finished fourth in the Long Branch Stakes before coming back to beat older rivals in a first-level allowance here at Monmouth.

Owner: Wasabi Ventures Stables LLC

Trainer: Jesus Cruz

Jockey: Angel Rodriguez

Morning Line: 20-1


General Admission for Haskell Day is $20.  Reserved Seats start at $5.  FREE Parking.

Reserved seats, general admission, reserved picnic tables and more are on-sale now at  General Admission is also available day-of.

The 2022 Haskell Hat


$200,000 Estimated Win-Early Pick 5 (Races 1-5)

$400,000 Guaranteed Pick 4, ending in the Haskell (Races 9-12)

$200,000 Guaranteed Pick 5 (Races 10-14)


Live Music from Carnival Dogs 12:30-4:30pm

FREE Family Fun Day activities in the Picnic Area 12-4pm

Best Dressed Couple and Best Hat Competition – Winners receive a $100 bet on the Haskell

Haskell FAQs

When is the Haskell Stakes?

The 2022 TVG.COM Haskell Stakes is Saturday, July 23.

Ticketing Information

Tickets for the 2022 Haskell are now on-sale at  All General Admission and reserved seating tickets are available in advance.  Please note, reserved seats do not include General Admission – an additional GA purchase will be required.  General admission can also be purchased day-of.  For dining reservations, call 732-571-5459.  Parking is FREE.

Haskell Day General Admission is $20.  (Children 12 and under are free.)

Reserved section individual picnic tables are available for pre-purchase at  Frontside tables are $350, backside tables $250.  All tables include General Admission and Program for eight people.  All first-come, first-served tables remain free on Haskell Day.

Is There Free Seating Anywhere on Haskell Day?

Free seating is available in the picnic area, on all benches throughout the facility, and at select tables throughout the facility.  If you wish to purchase reserved seating, you may do so in advance at

Dining Room Information

To make a reservation for the Dining Club, call 732-571-5459.  The Haskell Day Dining Club menu features an all-day buffet for $75.

The Summer Wind Information

The Summer Wind will be taking reservations this Haskell Day. Our NEW trackside destination has the best views of the track and delicious food. Lunch is served 12:30-5pm for $50.

To make a reservation please call 732-571-5459

What Time To Gates Open/When Should I Arrive Haskell Day?

Gates open 9am.  If you are looking to sit at a free picnic table, it is recommended to be in line prior to the gates opening.  Picnic tables are reserved very quickly on Haskell Day.

The day’s first race is 12pm.

Can I bring my own food and beverage?

Yes, coolers are permitted in the picnic area only.  All coolers must enter through the picnic admission gate.  Beer and wine only, no hard alcohol.

How many races will there be on Haskell Day, and what race is the actual Haskell Stakes?

Haskell Day 2022 will have 14 races with the Haskell itself scheduled as Race 12. Post time for the Haskell is currently set for approximately 5:45pm.  Haskell Day’s first race is scheduled for 12pm.  The final race will run at approximately 6:50pm.

How do I get my Haskell hat?

All Haskell attendees will receive a Haskell hat at the admission gates, with paid admission while supplies last.  Additionally, Haskell hats will be available for purchase online.

What Other Activities Will Be On Haskell Day?

Live music from The Carnival Dogs will take place 12:30-4:30pm just inside the main Grandstand entrance.  Free Family Fun Day activities – including clowns, facepainters and pony rides – will be available in the picnic area from 1-5pm.

Best Dressed Competition Info

Dress to impress this Haskell Day for the chance to be awarded Best Hat or Best Dressed Couple.  Winners will receive a $100 bet on the Haskell.

What is the dress code at Monmouth Park?

In the Grandstand, shirts must be worn at all times. In the Clubhouse, proper attire is required: no swim wear, sweats, tank tops or abbreviated wear. There is a Country-Club Casual dress code in the Parterres. Dress jeans are permitted. For men, jackets are requested and collared shirts are required. For ladies, appropriate dress is required. Absolutely no sportswear (i.e. sweatpants, jogging suits, etc), shorts, tank tops, abbreviated wear, sneakers or flip flops will be permitted.

However, it is Haskell Day so dress to impress for the biggest race at the shore. Flaunt your largest hat and strut with your brightest colors!

Where is the gift shop located?

Our gift shop is located on the first floor of the Grandstand. Mobile gift shop carts can also be found roaming throughout the facility.

Can I purchase photos and videotapes of races?

Videotapes may be purchased through the Media Relations Department and photos from Bill Denver of Equi-Photo. Both are located on the first floor of the Administration Building, adjacent to the paddock.

Can I watch The Haskell on TV from Home?

The Haskell Stakes will be shown live on CNBC from 5-6pm.

Is there any way for me to bet on the Haskell from my computer at home?

NJ residents 18 and older can legally wager online at, operated by TVG.  Throughout the country, players can wager on Haskell Day through their approved ADW.