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Gural: Take Action Now

March 14, 2012:

The following is a statement from Jeff Gural regarding the results of a poll taken of USTA members in slots states over the months of January & February...read on

Equine Canada Supports Ont. Racing

March 7, 2012:

Equine Canada, the national organization representing equestrian sport and equine interests, voiced its support for Ontario horse racing today in a news release and letter to Premier Dalton McGuinty...read on

Fort Erie Asks Towns To Unite And Save Racing Partnership

February 28, 2012:

In a letter sent today (Tuesday) to Premier Dalton McGuinty, Finance Minister Dwight Duncan as well as mayors for racetrack host municipalities across Ontario, the town of Fort Erie demands the Province of Ontario to maintain its support and commitment to the horse racing industry...read on

McNaughton Will Fight For Racing

February 16, 2012:

Further to the comments published in Thursday's London Free Press, MPP Monte McNaughton has issued the following letter to the racing industry in light of Wednesday's Drummond Report...read on

SOANY Retorts With Open Letter

December 22, 2011:

It appears as though a war of words between the Standardbred Owners Association of New York and the New York Gaming Association has heated up...read on

NYGA Looks To Clear Misconceptions

December 20, 2011:

In an open letter sent to the Standardbred Owners Association of New York Board of Directors and the organization's members, New York Gaming Association Executive Director Michael Wilton has discussed the topic of enhanced gaming in New York. Within the letter, Wilton has stated that he is uncertain that the NYGA's position is understood...read on

"We're Not Going To Interfere"

December 15, 2011:

New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association President John Forbes has gone on the record as saying that his organization would have no qualms with the Meadowlands Racetrack simulcasting out-of-state thoroughbred races or hosting live...read on

Option On Table In Monmouth Impasse

December 15, 2011:

It appears as though there might be a viable option in play regarding the impasse between the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen's Association and the state government which has left the future of Monmouth Park and the New Jersey thoroughbred industry in limbo...read on

Seiling Pens Open Letter

December 12, 2011:

Ontario Racing Commission Chair Rod Seiling has issued an open letter to the industry, a follow-up to his March, 2011 invitation for the industry to get involved in efforts to revitalize racing...read on

Bailey's Attorney: "We're Totally Out"

December 12, 2011:

The landscape continues to change in regard to the future of Monmouth Park --- and, therefore, that of the Meadowlands Racetrack --- due to the lack of deal to transfer control of Monmouth from the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority to real-estate executive Morris Bailey...read on

Big M Releases Racing App., Open Letter

December 1, 2011:

On Thursday, December 1, the Meadowlands Racetrack issued an open letter by its new general manager, Mike Newlin, and announced that it has released a racing application which must be completed and returned to the race office by December 15...read on

Geisinger's Open Letter On GA Bill

December 1, 2011:

Representative Harry Geisinger has penned an open letter to the residents of Georgia in an effort to get people behind his push for a constitutional amendment in order to pave the way for the legalization of pari-mutuel horse-racing wagering in the state...read on

NYS OTWs Want Payment Adjustment

November 14, 2011:

Citing the fact that many races are contested in the afternoons, five of the off-track wagering organizations which operate in New York State have indicated that they want an adjustment to the payments they are forced to make to NY harness tracks...read on

On The New Jersey Front

September 6, 2011:

Three different news stories from the New Jersey horse racing industry reared their figurative heads over the course of the long weekend. One involves Freehold Raceway, while the others are in regard to a legal challenge and a lease dispute on the thoroughbred side of things...read on

Christie Vetoes NJ Purse Subsidy

July 4, 2011:

On Friday, July 1, calling it a 'haphazard allocation that defies reason or logic,' New Jersey Governor Chris Christie vetoed the minutes of the June 29, 2011 meeting of the New Jersey Racing Commission for its approval of $15 million in subsidies to augment horse racing purses...read on


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