Haskell Invitational 2020

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Authentic has won the Haskell Invitational 2021, followed by a close-second Ny Traffic. The 2021 Haskell Invitational Stakes will be held on Saturday, July 18.

The Haskell Invitational Stakes stands alongside the Triple Crown events as one of the major yearly horse races for sophomores. The 2020 renewal will run at its usual home of Monmouth Park in New Jersey on Saturday, July 18. The Haskell entries are expected to contain a mix of those who competed in the Belmont Stakes as well as some newcomers on the Kentucky Derby trail.

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Haskell Invitational Betting


Haskell odds will be available near post time and there are a few places to find them. TVG are at the forefront of Haskell betting and offer a welcome bonus for new customers.

As well as TVG, AmWager also offer a bonus of 10% for every eligible dollar waged.

BetAmerica are the other go-to guys for online horse betting in the States. Haskell odds will be available there too as we creep towards July 18.

Whatever your flavor, shop around for odds on the Haskell Invitational to make sure you get the best odds and the biggest bonus. Betting this race is part of the magic but always do your best to get great value!

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Haskell Results

As one of the top three-year-old’s races around, Haskell results reverberate around the racing world. Some winners such as Holy Bull, Point Given, War Emblem and Bayern are racing royalty and even over the past five years, we’ve seen some awesome Haskell Stakes performances:

2020 – Authentic

Authentic went on to win the Kentucky Derby later that year!

2019 – Maximum Security

A brilliant performance from the New Year’s Day colt landed the $600,000 first prize. Disqualified in the Kentucky Derby, this was perfect compensation winning by 1¼ lengths ahead of subsequent Pegasus winner Mucho Gusto. Maximum Security was sent off a strong favorite at $3.60 for the win.

2018 – Good Magic

The reigning Breeders’ Cup Juvenile and Blue Grass Stakes winner was sent off at a confident $3.00 for the win. The equally top-class Bravazo gave chase, but couldn’t get to Chad Brown’s excellent three-length winner. Lone Sailor was back in third place.

2017 – Girvin

This was one of the more shocking Haskell results, Joe Sharp saddling Girvin to score at win odds of $20.40. There was no fluke about this last-to-first run round the outside, though he didn’t win again at the top level.

2016 – Exaggerator

Another huge win for the Desormeaux family with this son of Curlin. At a final payout of $7.20, Exaggerator swooped to beat the likes of Nyquist and American Freedom to add to his Santa Anita Derby and Preakness Stakes wins.

2015 – American Pharoah

Having just become America’s 12th Triple Crown winner, the amazing American Pharoah did it again. In the process, the amazing colt became Bob Baffert’s fifth winner of the Haskell Invitational Stakes in six years! Having put the race to bed in the lane, American Pharoah was eased down to score at a $2.20 payout

As well as being one of the easiest ever Haskell picks, American Pharoah was a true marvel. This colt swept the Rebel, Arkansas Derby, Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes, Belmont Stakes and the Breeders’ Cup Classic in 2015.

About the Haskell Invitational Stakes

As most times the sophomores don’t meet the top-class horses at this distance until the Breeders’ Cup Classic, the Haskell stands alongside the Triple Crown races as one of the most important events of the year for three-year-olds.

The race is a Grade I and Haskell entries are by invitation only with just 14 starters in the gate. Rising from the former Amory L. Haskell Handicap, it became an invitational handicap in 1981. From 2006, the Haskell as we know it changed to an allowance conditions race.

With a minimum $1 million purse and crowds of over 50,000 in attendance, Haskell betting is furious. Four previous Haskell winners have been named horse of the year and ten have won at the Eclipse Awards.

While this is the big race of the meet, Saturday at Monmouth is Ladies Day with many attendees looking to make a whole weekend of it.

Watch the Haskell Live

Even if we can’t be there in person, watching the Haskell live is an absolute must. Main TV network NBC will carry live coverage of the event, while streaming is also available. The NBC Sports App and NBC Sports Live will also be available to stream the race.

Further online streaming is available via TVG who will show the Haskell live via their website. Post time for the first race of the day is 12PM Eastern Time.

Haskell at Monmouth Park

Monmouth Park, which is situated in Oceanport, New Jersey, has been open for near enough 150 years. As a handicap, the Haskell has been staged here since 1968 before it became a top sophomore race in 1981.

Still a handicap at that stage, the race became a Grade I conditions event in 2006 with Haskell entries by invitation only, something that strengthened its reputation as one of the major events on the calendar.

While the Haskell Invitational is the undisputed number one, other huge events are staged at the New Jersey track. The Monmouth Cup, Molly Pitcher Stakes and the United Nations Stakes all draw mass attention too.

One fun fact about Monmouth is that you can take a train direct to the track via the New Jersey Transit.