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Gural's Tracks Defer Stallion Retirement Condition

December 5, 2011:

In a release to the harness racing industry issued early Monday morning, the condition that would require stallions to race at age four in order for their offspring to be eligible to major stakes at Tioga & Vernon Downs and The Meadowlands has been on

NJ Horse Industry "Needs Protection"

October 5, 2011:

As six candidates vie for election in New Jersey's 12th district, each potential representative thoroughly understands and appreciates the importance of horses and the horse racing industry. Where they do differ is in how thoroughbred and harness racing should be on

Broad Bahn Wins 2011 Hambletonian

August 6, 2011:

In a strong gate-to-wire performance, Broad Bahn was a decisive winner in the 2011 Hambletonian over Canadian entrant Whiskey Tax (Randy Waples) on

Road To The Hambo Heats Up

July 11, 2011:

It’s Week Seven of the Road to the Hambletonian Top 10, with the $445,474 Yonkers Trot in the books and the Stanley Dancer Memorial on tap Saturday, just three weeks from the greatest day in harness on

Hambo Finalist Triumphs At The Big M

May 12, 2011:

Temple Of Doom, a 2010 Hambletonian finalist, rolled to victory in his four-year-old debut Thursday night at Meadowlands on

Lucky Jim Looks To Reclaim Cutler Title, Graduate Elim Set

May 4, 2011:

After a rocky start to the season, Lucky Jim looks to rebound in the $40,000 prep race for the Arthur J. Cutler Memorial when live racing resumes at Meadowlands Racetrack on Saturday, May on

Gural "Insulted" By Meeting Boycott

April 20, 2011:

Racetrack owner-operator Jeff Gural released the following statement after meeting with negotiating committee members of the union that represents Meadowlands mutuel on

Marino Building Momentum At Big M

February 24, 2011:

Trainer Chris Marino is off to a swift start this season at the Meadowlands. Through February 24, Marino ranks third in the trainer standings with 11 victories from his 47 starters and $120,495 in purses on

Surick Sweet On Omen Hanover

February 10, 2011:

Omen Hanover's success could mean a promising future for young trainer Nick on

Series Action Continues In New Jersey

February 10, 2011:

The Meadowlands hosted the second legs of the Tender Loving Care Series and the Junior Trendsetter Series on Thursday evening, with two $12,500 divisions on tap for the gals and a trio of $12,500 splits for the on

Series Action Kicks Off At The Big M

February 3, 2011:

The opening rounds of the Tender Loving Care Series and Junior Trendsetter Series were featured as part of Thursday’s 10-race card the The Meadowlands, with fillies battling in three divisions while the colts and on

Summer Camp Tackles Next Winter Series

February 3, 2011:

Summer Camp, whose lengthy winning streak got snapped last week, looks to rebound in the first leg of the Exit 16W Series on Friday night at Meadowlands on

Upset Winners In Big M Finals

January 27, 2011:

Alcarine and Tryst pulled off upset victories in their respective big money events on Thursday evening at the Meadowlands, which featured the $58,000 final of the Super Bowl and the $43,500 final of the White on

Series Mania At The Big M

January 13, 2011:

The Thursday card at The Meadowlands Racetrack featured wall-to-wall series action as trotters battled in divisions of the Super Bowl and pacing mares went head-to-head in splits of the White on

Owner Has Much To Laugh About

January 6, 2011:

While two of his superstar pacing mares have retired this year, Eric Cherry still has a lot to smile about with on

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