New Plan to Save Racing at Monmouth Park

Apparently there is a new plan to save racing at Monmouth Park.  The New Jersey Horsemen and Morris Bailey reportedly have joined forces to keep Monmouth racing in 2012.

Read the entire article that appeared at 9:28pm December 10th, on, the online site of the Asbury Park

Investor, horsemen’s group jockey to save racing at Monmouth Park

New efforts are being made to save a deal to put state-owned Monmouth Park into the hands of private management, with tight deadlines looming over the parties.

But the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association has since aligned with Bailey to make a new pitch to close the deal. The stalemate occurred when the state rejected the horsemen’s bid to control a small portion of the race days.

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Matt Shifman, the man behind AndyScoggin, is a featured blogger covering NYRA and Monmouth Park for "Racing at the Jersey Shore" covers the racing scene at Monmouth Park and "A New York State of Racing" will discuss NYRA. Matt votes for the Top 10 Thoroughbreds in the NTRA Polls at www.NTRA/polls.
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