New Jersey Business
Monmouth Park folks are hopeful that sports betting will save the grand track — but some trainers say they can’t wait and are moving their operations.
It was a solid meet for the Big M as the all-turf Monmouth-at-Meadowlands meet showed solid wagering gains this year.
Bob Kulina, a New Jersey racing fixture for decades, will retire effective the end of 2017, the track announced.
Trainer Jorge Navarro and owner Randal Gindi will pay increased fines for their infamous “juice man” video following a New Jersey Racing Commission decision Wednesday.
The just-completed Monmouth Park race meet showed rises in attendance and handle, but not everyone was happy.
Monmouth Park concluded its 2017 season Sunday and announced gains in attendance and handle.
Monmouth Park suffered significant betting and attendance losses in 2016. With its 2017 meet opening Saturday, management is hoping better days are at hand.
Monmouth Park has earned reaccreditation from the NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance.
Monmouth Park horsemen and area breeders have fingers crossed, but with fewer days likely in ’17, optimism is in short supply.
With its season to open May 13, Monmouth Park’s 2017 stakes schedule will again be anchored by the Grade 1 Haskell Invitational.
Supporters have withdrawn legislation to give Maryland an equine medical director. Why? Blame BRFA.
New Jersey’s breeders’ TBANJ group will auction stallion seasons starting January 20.
Despite modest numbers and a lack of high profile tracks, New Jersey officials are hopeful that exchange wagering is the wave of the future.
In an era when politicians who understand horse racing are few, Oceanport, NJ Council President Joe Irace stands out as a fan — who even had a horse named for him.
A referendum to allow expanded casino gambling in New Jersey was crushed Tuesday. But Monmouth Park operators weren’t surprised and say the hunt for new revenue continues.
New Jersey Thoroughbred and standardbred have reached an agreement, and both now are pushing for North Jersey casino expansionn.
Off a difficult Monmouth Park meet and facing uphill battles to expand gaming in the state, New Jersey Thoroughbred interests face a challenging future.
It was a rough year at Monmouth Park, with attendance and handle way below last year. But track president Bob Kulina vows the track will rebound.
The 2016 Monmouth-at-the-Meadowlands all-turf meet is set to open Wednesday, featuring 15 percent takeout across the board.