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62 Horses Entered For Friday’s All-Turf Card At The Meadowlands

A total of 62 horses are entered for the six races on Friday, Oct. 4, for first of seven all-turf cards the Meadowlands Racetrack will host as the Thoroughbred racing schedule in New Jersey shifts to a two-venue format for the month of October. Monmouth Park will continue to race on Sundays only throughout October, […]

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Meadowlands, Woodbine Team Up For New ‘Can-Am Pick-4’ Harness Racing Wager

A pair of harness racing giants – the Meadowlands and Woodbine Entertainment – are joining forces to create a wager certain to titillate the palate of any punter when the “Can-Am Pick-4” makes its debut on Friday, March 22. As the name suggests, the wager requires players to select the winners of four races from […]

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CG Technology Plans To Take Sports Bets In Partnership With New Meadowlands This Fall

Fresh off a robust pro football championship betting weekend, CG Technology, L.P. (“CG Technology”) and New Meadowlands Racetrack LLC (“Meadowlands Racetrack”) announced today that CG Technology – through its affiliate CG Technology NJ, LLC (“CGT”) – will offer online and mobile sports betting in New Jersey in a partnership with Meadowlands Racetrack starting in 2019. While the […]

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Monmouth-At-Meadowlands All-Turf Meet Resumes Friday

With a barn consisting predominantly of turf runners and an uncooperative Mother Nature for most of the Monmouth Parkmeet, trainer Jane Cibelli admits it has been an exasperating past few months. She hopes to start making up for a little of that on Friday night as the Monmouth-at-Meadowlands meet resumes with another all-turf six-race card. It’s the second program […]

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Meadowlands, Monmouth At Odds Over All-Turf Card Cancellation

The cancellation of an all-turf Thoroughbred card at Meadowlands Racetrack sparked a feud between the racetrack and its fellow New Jersey track Monmouth Park. On Tuesday, Monmouth Park announced that due to heavy rains and a wet weather forecast, the Meadowlands would skip Friday’s all-turf racing slate. The following day, Meadowlands operator Jeff Gural sent […]

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Meadowlands Cancels Friday’s All-Turf Card; Meet Will Start Saturday Instead

Due to heavy rain the past 48 hours and a forecast calling for even more precipitation, the Meadowlands Racetrack will forego its scheduled Friday all-turf Thoroughbred opening card and will start on Saturday, Sept. 15 instead. The Monmouth-at-Meadowlands meet will now consist of five all-grass Thoroughbred programs – this Saturday and then Sept. 21, 22, […]

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‘This Is The Industry’s Infancy’: New Jersey Sportsbooks Handle $40.7 Million In July

New Jersey’s sportsbooks did not disappoint in their first full month of operation, increasing wagers dramatically in June while nearly doubling the number of open sportsbooks to five. Such an increase was to be expected and a sign of what lies ahead, according to analysts for PlayNJ.com. “Considering the rate at which sportsbooks are opening in […]

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Meadowlands Introduces New Pick 10 Survivor Wager

The Meadowlands Racetrack is pleased to introduce the Pick 10 Survivor wager. This first-of-its-kind wager will debut when the New Jersey harness track opens its Fall/Winter Meet on Saturday, November 4. The Pick 10 Survivor requires the selection of the winner in the first 10 races on the program. The unique twist in the wager […]

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Camel, Ostrich Racing Returns To Meadowlands Friday Night

Horses will not be the only animals racing down the famed stretch of the Meadowlands Racetrack this Friday night – ostriches and camels will compete as part of the track’s annual event that regularly draws 10,000 fans to the East Rutherford facility. This is the sixth year the unique brand of racing has been staged […]

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UPDATE: Scratch Of Breeders Crown Horses Denied By NJ Racing Commission

UPDATE: According to a report at Harnessracing.com, the New Jersey Racing Commission notified the Meadowlands late Tuesday afternoon that the track “does not have the legal authority” to scratch the two horses trained by Chris Oakes from the Breeders’ Crown. Frank Zanzuccki, executive director of the New Jersey Racing Commission, advised the Meadowlands via email that […]

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