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Sweeney: Going To Give AC Every Chance

January 23, 2012:

It was announced last week there was a political push to put together a Casino Gaming Study Commission to examine the possibility of casino expansion at the Meadowlands...read on

Battle Looming For Nursery Ownership

January 23, 2012:

According to a report, the daughter and a son of the late Joseph Parisi have each made a legal claim to White Birch Farms, the award-winning New Jersey standardbred breeding facility...read on

NJ Sports Wagering One Step Closer

January 18, 2012:

On Tuesday, January 17, Governor Chris Christie signed legislation which will pave the way for legalized sports wagering in New Jersey. In order to make expanded gaming a reality in NJ, the state will have to challenge the federal ban which only allows sports gambling in Nevada, Delaware, Oregon and Montana...read on

Meadowlands Gaming To Be Re-Examined?

January 17, 2012:

According to a report, politicians in New Jersey may be officially investigating the idea of expanded gaming at the Meadowlands once again...read on

Court Rules Against Pena

January 12, 2012:

On Thursday, January 12, U.S. District Court Judge Stanley Chesler ruled against granting top conditioner Lou Pena a preliminary injunction which would have forced officials at the Meadowlands Racetrack to allow Pena-trained horses to compete at the New Jersey raceway...read on

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 Christie...read on

NJ Bills Advance To Full Assembly, Senate

January 6, 2012:

On Thursday, January 5, a New Jersey Assembly Regulatory Oversight and Gaming Committee approved a pair of bills in regard to simulcasting. The bills will now be subject of a floor vote Monday, January 9...read 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 oval...read on

Changes In Bill To Affect NJ Racing?

January 5, 2012:

Both the standardbred and thoroughbred racing industries have been closely watching reports from New Jersey news publications regarding the politics which are currently holding the NJ racing in the balance...read on

Monmouth Re-bidding To Be Streamlined

January 4, 2012:

According to New Jersey State Senator Jennifer Beck, the process which almost saw Morris Bailey become the lessee of Monmouth Park should streamline the upcoming re-bidding process for the thoroughbred raceway...read on

New Jersey, California Simulcast News

January 3, 2012:

New Jersey and California may be on opposite sides of the U.S. Their comparative weather patterns may be like night and day. But one thing is similar: both are beefing up their horse-racing simulcasting...read on

New Monmouth Deal On The Table

December 19, 2011:

On Friday, December 16, New Jersey thoroughbred horsemen and the office of Governor Chris Christie laid out details for a new Monmouth Park deal after a lease agreement for the state-owned track to real estate executive Morris Bailey fell through following a dispute with the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association...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

Online Sports Wagering Cut From Bill

December 13, 2011:

According to a report, residents of New Jersey will probably not be given the opportunity to wager on sporting events, besides horse racing, online in the future...read on


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