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NJ Gaming, OTW, Licensing Bills To Christie

January 10, 2012:

According to reports, bills in New Jersey dealing with expanded gaming, simulcasting, and the licensing of off-track wagering locations passed both the Assembly and the state Senate on Monday, January 9. The bills now move on to the office of Governor Chris on

Pena Files Lawsuit Over 'Big M' Barring

January 6, 2012:

According to a report, the Meadowlands Racetrack's 2011 leading trainer, Lou Pena, has filed suit against the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority and Jeff Gural after the track opted to bar the conditioner from entering his horses at the famed East Rutherford, NJ on

Proactive Santa Anita Grabs Opportunity

January 4, 2012:

In an effort to take advantage of the upcoming season of HBO's new horse-racing drama, 'Luck,' Santa Anita Park is proactively making moves to groom potential new on

Quinn Breaks Silence On Gaming Expansion

October 17, 2011:

Members of both the Illinois racing community and the state senate have been waiting quite a while for Governor Pat Quinn to officially comment on the expanded gaming bill for the state. Quinn broke his silence on Monday, October 17, and those in the horse racing industry probably didn't want to hear what he had to on

Dutrow Not Done Yet

October 17, 2011:

According to a report, controversial and highly successful thoroughbred trainer Rick Dutrow may soon be coming to a racetrack near on

Plans Released For New Racino

October 12, 2011:

Site plans for a $140 million proposed new racetrack, casino and hotel, minutes from the Ontario/New York border and just 15 kilometers from Ontario's Highway 401, have been on

Ten-Year NY Racing Ban For Dutrow

October 12, 2011:

Controversial thoroughbred trainer Rick Dutrow has been slapped with a 10-year ban from racing at New York on

Commission To Ban Without Charging

September 13, 2011:

According to a report by The Guardian, the British Horseracing Authority has recently used its power to ban a pair of licensees even though no formal charges are being on

Yonkers Bans Pena

August 8, 2011:

He has been a lightning rod for the North American harness racing industry since he made the move to the United States' East Coast just a few years ago, and now trainer Lou Pena and his winning ways have worn out their welcome at Yonkers on

Wagering Kiosks Proving Successful

May 16, 2011:

According to a report, 'EZ Horseplay' horse racing kiosks located in bars and restaurants in the state of Virginia are proving to be a success with racing on

Inside Look At Vernon Downs Expansion

May 13, 2011:

It's scheduled to open this summer, but if you cannot wait until then, come and check out a sneak peek of the expansion which is soon to be unveiled at on

$400 Million Monticello Expansion Proposal

February 22, 2011:

It has been reported that Empire Resorts, operator of Monticello Raceway, has proposed an expansion plan which would see the erection of three hotels and a water park at the track, all to the tune of $400 on

Man Barred Two Years Over Pen Throwing

March 22, 2010:

It has been reported that an unidentified male has been disqualified for two years and fined $350 after having thrown a ballpoint pen into the field of horses which were contesting the $1 million New Zealand Trotting Cup at on

Gill Sounds Off On Treatment

March 2, 2010:

After having been barred from entering his thoroughbreds at Penn National Race Course, top owner Michael Gill has sounded off extensively on the way he is on

ORC Releases Reasons For Denying Whelan Appeal

October 2, 2009:

The Ontario Racing Commission today released its reasons for decision in regard to its denial of the appeal of horseman Jim on

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