Meadowlands

Bettors Responding Well To Meadowlands Pick-4 Wager

The Meadowlands’ signature Pick-4 wager – always popular with the Big M faithful – has experienced an especially good run over the last three weeks, as the bet with the 50-Cent base (and low 15 percent takeout) has seen at least $90,000 pushed through the windows each of the last six times it has been […]

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FanDuel Launches Sports Betting At Meadowlands Saturday

Just six miles from New York City, The Meadowlands officially opened for sports betting on Saturday morning. The northern New Jersey track is host to the fourth sports book in the state, which is operated by FanDuel, according to newyork.cbslocal.com. “The things that we will be bringing will be like being able to bet in the […]

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Jackpot Super High Five Returns $76,472 At Meadowlands

It was a night for the bettors at the Meadowlands Friday night, with big carryovers in the 50-Cent Pick-5 and Late 20-Cent Jackpot Super High-Five, as well as a third straight 50-Cent Pick-4 that saw big action. The Pick-5, which had a carryover of $28,976, saw $192,177 in “new” money poured into the pot, for a total […]

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Meadowlands Set To Open New FanDuel Sportsbook

Today, FanDuel Group, a leader in fantasy sports, online gaming, and television content, announced the grand opening of the first-ever FanDuel Sportsbook located at the New Meadowlands Racetrack. Open to the public on Saturday, July 14, at 11:00 am ET, FanDuel’s new 5,310 square foot sports betting retail location is adjacent to MetLife Stadium and is the closest in proximity […]

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With Carryovers And Sports Betting, Meadowlands Expects Big Handle Weekend

With a pair of wagers sporting carryovers that promise to offer huge pools and likely payoffs to match, a signature stakes event that offers a purse of $701,830 and the long-awaited birth of the sports betting era, this weekend will be one to remember at the Meadowlands. First up is Friday, which has a first-race post […]

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Monmouth: Navarro Saddles Five Winners, Ferrer Rides Six On Sunday

Trainer Jorge Navarro tied his own record with five winners on Sunday’s Monmouth Park card, falling short of setting a new mark only because his other starter on the day finished third. The track’s leading trainer with 35 wins from 86 starters, Navarro matched the record for winners on a single program he first set on July […]

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Meadowlands Offers ‘Survive And Win’ Handicapping Challenge Beginning Friday

The always popular 2018 Meadowlands Championship Meet Survival Challenge powered by 123Racing returns this Friday, May 4. Cash prizes and World Harness Handicapping Championship seats are up for grabs in this online competition. Trackmaster will provide Platinum Past Performances for each night of the contest. The game covers the Meadowlands’ Summer Championship Meet, featuring millions […]

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Videtic Takes Home Grand Prize In World Harness Handicapping Championship

Jim Videtic of Cleveland, Ohio captured the $43,652.70 grand prize in the 2018 World Harness Handicapping Championship presented by DerbyWars.com on Saturday, April 28 at Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment.  He also won an additional $3,676.40 via his second contest entry.  He walked away with a total of $47,329.10. Videtic finished the tournament with a $2,254.50 bankroll […]

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World Harness Handicapping Championship Offers $75,000 In Prizes On Saturday

This Saturday, April 28, 2018 the top horseplayers in North America will compete for $75,000 in prize money in the 2018 World Harness Handicapping Championship presented by DerbyWars.com, at Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment. The WHHC is a one-day tournament, with a welcome reception the evening prior. This Thursday, DerbyWars.com is offering a final qualifier with two $1,000 […]

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Meadowlands Qualifier Awards Three Seats To NHC

Joe McKay of Gaithersburg, MD, captured the March 24th NTRA National Handicapping Championship Qualifier at Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment.  The $400 no-takeout contest attracted a field of 143 players representing several different states.  All entry fees went to the prize pool totaling $28,600. The Meadowlands NHC Qualifier required each contestant to make at least ten $20 […]

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