Suffolk Downs

111 Waldemar Ave East Boston , MA 02128 USA

Date Race Purse Age/Sex Dist
July 2017
African Prince S. R $50,000g 3yos 6f Details
Jill Jellison Memorial Dash S. $75,000g 3&up, f/m 5f T Details
Rise Jim S. R $50,000g 4&up 6f Details
Isadorable S. R $50,000g 4&up, f/m 6f Details
August 2017
Drumtop S. R $75,000g 3yos, Fillies 8f T Details
Last Dance S. R $50,000g 4&up 8.32f Details
First Episode S. R $50,000g 4&up, f/m 8.32f Details
Louise Kimball S. $50,000g 3yos, Fillies 6f Details
September 2017
John Kirby S R $50,000 3yo, 8.32f
Steve Pini Memorial S R $75,000 3&up, f/m 8.5f T
MA Stallion S R $50,000 3&up, 6f
Thomas F. Moran S R $50,000 3&up, 7.5f T
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    Suffolk Downs to Add Two Racing Days This Year

    Suffolk Downs will add an additional pair of days to the 2017 live racing calendar after track management and the New England affiliate of the HBPA hammered out a deal to fund the purses with money from uncashed parimutuel tickets.

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    Massachusetts Legislators Keep Racing Fund Intact

    Massachusetts horsemen achieved a major victory when lawmakers reached compromise on the $40 billion 2018 budget bill that eliminates $400 million in spending yet leaves intact a significant portion of the money in the Race Horse Development Fund.

  • Horses break from the gate at Suffolk Downs

    Monmouth Park Bans Shipping to Suffolk Downs

    As Suffolk Downs readies to open for its six days of racing this year, track officials were hard hit with the news that horses stabled at Monmouth Park will not be allowed to return to the stable area there if they are shipped to compete in Boston.

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    New England Horsemen Fight for Funding

    With the Race Horse Development Fund, which was created to give the struggling Massachusetts horse racing and breeding industry a lifeline, now in serious peril, Thoroughbred horsemen traveled to the state capitol in Boston to lobby lawmakers June 7.

  • Racing at Suffolk Downs will remain as scheduled for 2017

    Suffolk Downs Sale Approved by Gaming Commission

    The sale of Suffolk Downs to a major Boston real estate development company was green-lighted by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission at a public hearing March 30, but the deal will not adversely affect the six-day live meet planned for this summer.

  • Regulator's Simulcast Decision Awards Suffolk

    The Massachusetts Gaming Commission settled a long and acrimonious dispute over simulcasting revenues between the management teams of Suffolk Downs and Raynham Greyhound Park Oct. 13 by ruling in favor of the Thoroughbred track.

  • Racing at Monmouth Park

    Monmouth Gets Donation, Alters Shipper Policy

    Monmouth Park said it has received an anonymous contribution of $60,000 for its racehorse aftercare program, and thus will end a policy of charging $1,000 per horse that leaves the grounds to race at Suffolk Downs and then returns.

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    NJ Horses Ship to Suffolk Despite Penalty

    The financial penalty recently imposed by the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association on Monmouth Park-stabled trainers who run at Suffolk Downs and then try to return did not keep anyone away from the starting gate in Massachusetts Aug. 6.

  • Action on Brockton Meet Delayed Again

    The possible return of live racing to the Brockton Fairgrounds has been pushed back on the calendar after the owners requested their petition for funding from the Race Horse Development Fund be pulled from the agenda for a public hearing June 23.

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    New England HBPA Files Federal Lawsuit

    The New England HBPA alleges a rival horsemen's group violated the Interstate Horseracing Act when it signed a purse contract with the Brockton Fairgrounds without its consent as the authorized horsemen’s group in Massachusetts.