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Quarter Horse, T-Bred Licencing News

February 20, 2019:

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario has announced a one-time extension of Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse individual horse racing licences....read on

Racing Relief Bill Expected In NJ

August 29, 2018:

On Tuesday (Aug. 28), New Jersey Senator Vin Gopal and Assemblyman John Burzichelli announced that he is planning on introducing a piece of legislation that calls for $20 million from the state’s general fund to be directed towards the New Jersey Racing Commission. The funds would be earmarked for purses and breeding awards....read on

HBPA Fronts Money For Fort Erie Meet

January 17, 2012:

It has been reported that an agreement between the Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association of Ontario and the Fort Erie Live Racing Consortium will lead to seven more race dates than originally anticipated at the thoroughbred border oval in 2012...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

Good Dec. For U.S. T-Bred Wagering

January 5, 2012:

Equibase has released the U.S. thoroughbred wagering numbers from December 2011. Those numbers have revealed that wagering for the month was up from the same time in 2010. The positive wagering number marks the first year-over-year increase since November of 2009...read 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 customers...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

Horse Racing Makes Great Drama

December 28, 2011:

"[William] Faulkner said the stories of human heart in conflict with itself are the stories worth telling. When you see people's lives — all of someone's dreams — determined one way or another by one race or the performance of a horse, that's the stuff of great drama."...read on

2012 Hoosier Park Race Dates Announced

December 20, 2011:

The 2012 racing dates for Hoosier Park were recently finalized by the Indiana Horse Racing Commission...read on

Report: Monmouth Deal Reached

December 20, 2011:

According to a report, a deal was reached at roughly 10:30 p.m. on Monday, December 19 which will see live thoroughbred racing continue at New Jersey's Monmouth Park in 2012...read on

NJ T-Breds Coming Back To Big M?

December 19, 2011:

It has been reported that New Jersey's thoroughbred horsemen are expected to make a bid on a lease for Monmouth Park in the near future, and that a 141-date meet is being proposed for 'earned-purse' racing. The report also explains that it has been proposed that thoroughbred racing return to the Meadowlands...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

Forbes Tells NJTHA's Side Of The Story

December 13, 2011:

New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association President John Forbes has taken the opportunity to go on the record in regard to the failed deal which would have seen control of Monmouth Park transferred from the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority to real estate executive Morris Bailey...read on

Gov. Christie On Failed Monmouth Deal

December 12, 2011:

Governor Chris Christie has addressed the media in regard to the failed deal which would have seen Morris Bailey take over control of Monmouth Park from the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority. In his address, Gov. Christie offered some very sharp words for the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association...read on


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