Trainer Eddie Broome has waited quite some time for Friday’s
Monmouth Park feature, nearly 15 months! But in the third event he’ll saddle stakes
winner Partyallnightlong, who hasn’t been to the races since May of last year,
when he took the Dan Horn Stakes over Meadowlands turf.
one little thing after the next,” said Broome, who co-owns Partyallnightlong
with Richard Malouf. “Finally he’s back
and he’s ready to go.”
preparation for his return, Partyallnightlong sports a string of solid works,
including a nice bullet of :47 1/5 on Aug. 15 and a turf move on Aug. 7, where
he went four furlongs in :47 4/5.
training great,” said Broome. “He’s
doing really well and should show it in the afternoon.”
6-year-old New Jersey-bred by Put It Back from the Jules mare Party to Party,
Partyallnightlong sports a record of 7-1-3 from 13 starts. Six of those wins have come right here at
Monmouth, including four alone in 2010.
has drawn mid-pack for the six furlong $46,000 allowance/optional claiming
event, which includes four fellow New Jersey-breds, including multiple stakes
winner Hop Skip and Away and New Farm’s The Hunk, who captured the 2012 John J.
Monmouth Park’s leading rider Paco Lopez will
ride Partyallnightlong in the Friday feature, which is set for race three on a