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Monmouth Regret Stakes

For the race of the same name at Churchill Downs, see Regret Stakes.

The Regret Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually at Monmouth Park Racetrack in Oceanport, New Jersey. Raced in early August, it is open to fillies and mares, age three and older. It is contested on dirt at a distance of six furlongs.

Prominent earlier winners include Primonetta (1962), Ta Wee (1970), Candy Éclair (1980), and Lady's Secret (1985).

Winners since 2000







2008 Hungarian Boatbaby 4 Kent Desormeaux Tony Dutrow Elkstone Group LLC 1:09.62
2007 Oprah Winney 4 Edgar Prado Rick Dutrow M. Dubb, S. Goldfarb, et al. 1:09.35
2006 My Lucky Free 3 Chuck Lopez Cam Gambolati Runnin Cardinal S./C.E. Glasscock 1:09.15
2005 Areek 4 Jose Velez, Jr. Mark A. Hennig Shadwell Racing 1:10.11
2004 Travelator 4 Aaron Gryder Stanley M. Hough Our Sugarbear Stable 1:10.01
2003 Mooji Moo 4 Abdiel Toribio Timothy A. Hills Robert Deckert, Sr. & Jr. 1:09.75
2002 To Marquet 5 Tommy Turner Frank Generazio, Jr. Patricia A. Generazio 1:09.63
2001 Big Bambu 4 Mario Pino Alan Sobol Ed Marshall/John Schoonover 1:08.60
2000 Chilukki 3 Corey Nakatani Bob Baffert Stonerside Stable 1:09.40


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