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Drazin: ‘At Least 45 Days’ Before Monmouth to Offer Sports Betting

Although Gov. Chris Christie approved a directive on Monday allowing New Jersey casinos and racetracks to begin offering sports betting effective immediately, a Monmouth Park official indicated that the facility would not do so until late October. In an interview with the Daily Racing Form, Dennis Drazin, who heads the group that operates Monmouth Park, […]

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Monmouth Park: 2012 meet was ‘taking the good with the bad’

The New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association estimates to have lost around $3 million from the operation of the recently concluded spring/summer meet at Monmouth Park. Considering the alternatives–of either the state coming in to operate the facility and either eliminating the stakes program or shutting the place down completely, the monetary loss doesn’t seem that […]

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ABR Notebook: Dennis Drazin interview among highlights of newest issue

The newest edition of America’s Best Racing Notebook has been released, and as always, it contains racing news and notes not only from around the U.S., but also from Europe. The focus of the latest ‘Two Minute Lick’ interview is Dennis Drazin, part of the group that oversees the operation of Monmouth Park. Also included […]

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Monmouth Park expects to be the first to offer betting on college & pro sports

Dennis Drazin said Tuesday that he expects Monmouth Park to be the first racetrack or casino in New Jersey to offer betting on college and professional sports this fall. Drazin, who manages Monmouth Park for the state’s Thoroughbred racing industry, said that Atlantic City’s 12 casinos and the operators of New Jersey’s other racetracks all […]

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PAULICK REPORT FORUM brought to you by Breeders’ Cup: A MONMOUTH CHANGE IN STRATEGY

By Ray Paulick One of the most interesting and encouraging developments of the young 2010 racing season was the recent announcement in New Jersey that Monmouth Park will slash the number of racing days but increase daily average purses to $1 million—the highest ever in the United States for a regularly scheduled race meeting. A […]

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