by | 11.17.2010 | 12:47am

John Clay of the Lexington Herald-Leader makes the case that the current Monmouth meet has more in common with Keeneland by taking a less-is-more approach to racing.

“Monmouth Park…is trying to engineer a transformation from day-to-day despair to an 'event' status designed to attract horses and patrons.”

While we are only two days into the Million Dollar Meet, early indications show that Monmouth certainly now has more in common with the Lexington track than any other in country. What a difference a year makes.

Read it at the Herald-Leader

Then come back to the Paulick Report and let us know what you think

Bradford Cummings

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