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Christie Vetoes Proposed Budgets

February 19, 2010:

According to a report, on Wednesday, February 17, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie utilized his veto power to halt the proposed 2010 budgets for the Thoroughbred Breeders Association of New Jersey and the Standardbred Breeders and Owners Association of New Jersey...read on

AJ Sabath Named SBOANJ Lobbyist

February 15, 2010:

AJ Sabath, a veteran of Trenton’s State House, will serve as the lobbying consultant for the Standardbred Breeders & Owners Association of New Jersey...read on

Freehold & SBOANJ Agree On Purse Enhancements

February 6, 2010:

Purse money at Freehold Raceway will increase by nearly $4.8 million thanks to an agreement reached with the Standardbred Breeders & Owners Association of New Jersey (SBOANJ)...read on

Luchento Re-Elected President Of SBOANJ For 2009-10

October 20, 2009:

Thomas F. Luchento was re-elected president of the Standardbred Breeders & Owners Association of New Jersey when the board of directors re-organized after the group’s annual membership meeting on Monday...read on

Luchento Comments On Rutgers Study

July 29, 2009:

When Dr. Karyn Malinowski wanted to know where the New Jersey gamblers were going, she counted license...read on

NJ Racing’s Case For Slots Presented

April 3, 2009:

A quartet of speakers representing New Jersey’s racing industry made their case for slots at racetracks before the State Assembly Budget Hearing in the State House Annex on Thursday, April 2, 2009....read on

SBOANJ Challenges Federal Law

March 23, 2009:

According to an article on njbiz.com, a group of plaintiffs led by New Jersey state senator Raymond J. Lesniak has filed a challenge to a 17-year-old federal law...read on

$600K Of Purses Retained

March 12, 2009:

The efforts of the Standardbred Breeders & Owners Association of New Jersey has saved $600,000 in New Jersey Sire Stakes funds which had been frozen by the state’s Office of Management and Budget....read on

SBOANJ Secures $400k Enhancement For NJSS; $1.2 Million For NJ Overnights

February 24, 2009:

The Standardbred Breeders & Owners Association of New Jersey has successfully negotiated a $400,000 purse enhancement for the New Jersey Sire Stakes events contested at the Meadowlands in 2009 as well...read on

Horsemen To Meet With Christie

February 24, 2009:

Representatives of New Jersey’s racing interests will be meeting on Tuesday night, February 24 with former US Attorney Christopher Christie who is making a bid to be the Republican gubernatorial can...read on

NJ Senate Committee Moves Sports Wagering Effort

December 11, 2008:

According to the New Jersey SBOA, the first legislative step in an effort to bring sports wagering to New Jersey racetracks and Atlantic City casinos moved forward December 11 when the State Senate Co...read on

Codey Comments On Freehold Impasse

November 26, 2008:

Freehold Raceway president and general manager Donald R. Codey has commented publicly about what has led to the subsidy impasse at the New Jersey racetrack....read on

'Dewey' Still In Doubt

November 24, 2008:

Ray Schnittker, driver, trainer and co-owner of Deweycheatumnhowe, has said that his colt is still not quite right....read on

Freehold Gets 192 Race Dates For '09

November 20, 2008:

Much to the chagrin of the SBOANJ, the New Jersey Racing Commission on Wednesday, November 19 granted Freehold Raceway 192 racing dates for 2009.

The SBOANJ had requested that the NJRC withhold action on Freehold’s '09 date request until arrangements could be made to work out a way for the track to receive $6.5 million in casino supplement funds, including $1.6 million for November through January....read on

Luchento: Fate Is Now In Freehold’s Hands

November 19, 2008:

Today the Standardbred Breeders & Owners Association of New Jersey threw the purse supplement matter back in Freehold Raceway’s lap....read on


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