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Tyro Stakes

The Tyro Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually near the of July at Monmouth Park Racetrack in Oceanport, New Jersey. A non-graded stakes race offering a purse of $65,000, it is open to two-year-old horses weighted at 122 pounds with allowances. The race is contested on dirt over a distance of five and one-half furlongs.

In 1886, this race was won by Tremont, the United States Champion Two-Year-Old Male. Tremont won every one of his 13 races during a period of 10 weeks but refused to train at the age of three. The great California filly, Los Angeles, won this race in 1887.


Winners since 1999

Year

Winner

Jockey

Trainer

Owner

Time
2009 Phils Prospect Tony Maragh Gary Capuano Non Stop Stable 1:04.13
2008 Fellow Crasher Joe Bravo Anthony W. Dutrow M. Dubb/S. Grant/S. Bayard 1:03.32
2007 Lantana Mob Stewart Elliott Steve Asmussen Vinery Stables 1:03.83
2006 Bella Shambrock Chris DeCarlo Todd Pletcher J and J Stables 1:04.44
2005 He's Got Grit Aaron Gryder Steve Asmussen Curtis C. Green 1:03.97
2004 Park Avenue Ball Dale Beckner James T. Ryerson Char-Mari Stable 1:05.02
2003 Deputy Storm Joe Bravo Todd A. Pletcher James C. Spence 1:03.73
2002 Farno Tommy Turner Frank Generazio, Jr. Patricia A. Generazio 1:05.01
2001 Pure Precision Jose Velez, Jr. John J. Tammaro III Kinsman Stable 1:05.12
2000 Waltz King Dale Beckner John F. Mazza Holly Crest Farm 1:04.02
1999 Outrigger Jerry Bailey D. Wayne Lukas Grousemont Farm NF

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