sports wagering

Sports Wagering: New Jersey Records $16.4 Million Handle In June

Sports wagering officially launched in New Jersey in June, and according to legalsportsreport.com, the first 17 days of operation saw $16.4 million wagered across the state. Sports books reported $3.5 million in revenue for the same period. Monmouth Park led the way in sports wagering revenue with $2.2 million reported, doubling that of either of the other […]

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The Friday Show Presented By The Match Series: What Are The Odds?

Last weekend’s Dwyer Stakes at Belmont Park stirred up an issue that’s plagued the racing industry for years — the issue of dramatic odds shifts late in the betting. In this edition of The Friday Show, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick discuss what’s happening behind the scenes to cause such changes in the betting as […]

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Paulick Report 7/12 News Minute Presented By Woodbine Racetrack

Stay up-to-date with the latest happenings in the world of horse racing with the Paulick Report News Minute. In today’s edition, some news from New Jersey on the initial revenue numbers from sports betting at Monmouth Park. Plus, the humorous name origin of an Indiana Derby contender whose connections are looking for a repeat in […]

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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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Sports Betting On The Agenda For Next ARCI Model Rules Committee Meeting

In the aftermath of the US Supreme Court ruling which clears the way for states to authorize and regulate wagering on sports other than horseracing, the ARCI will consider expanding its portfolio beyond wagering on pari-mutuel horse and greyhound contests to those involving human athletes and teams. When it meets next Tuesday and Wednesday in […]

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Kentucky General Assembly Forms Panel To Draft Sports Betting Legislation

Members from both the Republican and Democratic parties, as well as from both chambers of Kentucky’s General Assembly, have come together to form a panel that will be looking into drafting sports betting legislation, according to bizjournals.com. The nine-person panel will be tasked with the regulatory structure for “limited” sports betting in the state of […]

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Monmouth: Handle, Attendance Increase For First Father’s Day Of Sports Betting

Both the total handle and on-track attendance demonstrated increases on Father’s Day Sunday at Monmouth Park, the first such holiday during which the track has offered sports wagering, according to the Asbury Park Press. The Father’s Day crowd of 23,768 patrons bested last year’s crowd by 5,241, while the on-track handle showed a 17-percent increase. […]

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Paulick Report 6/14 News Minute Presented By Woodbine’s North America Cup June 16

It’s been a banner day in New Jersey for advocates of sports gambling as Monmouth Park’s sports book opened for business. Plus, an unprecedented deal was announced today in Kentucky involving purses and horsemen. Those stories and more in today’s Paulick Report News Minute with Scott Jagow. Watch below.

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Monmouth Park Sports Book Opens; New Jersey Governor Places First Bets

The sports book at Monmouth Park racetrack opened for business Thursday, and New Jersey governor Phil Murphy kicked things off by placing the first sports bets since a Supreme Court ruling last month opened the door to states legalizing the practice. Murphy bet $20 on Germany to win the soccer World Cup, which kicked off […]

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