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The all-turf Monmouth-at-the-Meadowlands meet is slated to begin October 1 and will include seven evening cards.
The seven-day Monmouth-at-Meadowlands meet, featuring evening six-race programs, will feature nothing but turf racing and kick off October 1.
With Gov. Phil Murphy having signed it into law, fixed-odds wagering is expected to be implemented at Monmouth Park soon.
Two jockeys injured Friday at Monmouth Park, are nearing returns, with Heriberto Figueroa scheduled to ride Friday and Tomas Mejia needing another week.
Monmouth Park and BetMakers will offer a $1 million bonus to any horse who manages to sweep the Haskell, Travers, and Breeders’ Cup Classic.
Monmouth Park will give purses a significant boost, the track announced, and add three days of live racing to the schedule.
New Jersey’s whip rules, promoting virtually whipless racing, have spurred threats, recriminations, calls for compromise – and some kudos, too.
With a New Jersey rule clamping down on the use of the riding crop, some jockeys who usually make Monmouth Park home are steering clear.
Monmouth Park is closer to offering fixed-odds wagering, along with parimutuel, after the state Assembly approved it Friday.
Monmouth Park general manager Bill Anderson has won the Virgil “Buddy” Raines Award for distinguished achievement in New Jersey racing.
Monmouth Park will host twilight racing on Fridays and switch to a 12:15 first post for Saturdays and Sundays in the meet which begins May 28.
The Jockeys’ Guild today decried a New Jersey court decision allowing the state’s tough riding crop regulation to go into effect.
Multiple graded stakes winner Horologist has earned the title of New Jersey-bred Horse of the Year.
Monmouth Park will kick off its 53-day 2021 schedule May 28, with the meet highlighted by the July 17 card featuring the Grade 1 Haskell and United Nations.
John Forbes, a former trainer and a mainstay of racing and the Thoroughbred industry in New Jersey, passed away on Sunday.
A judge has rejected a New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (NJTHA) effort to collect “bad faith” damages in a sports betting case.
The Jockeys’ Guild will seek to overturn a new New Jersey rule which prohibits the use of the riding crop except for safety purposes.
In the face of heavy rain and wind, Monmouth Park has canceled its Columbus Day card.
New whip rules will prohibit New Jersey jockeys from using it for encouragement, which has baffled and angered riders, who say they were not consulted.