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 11 
 on: Today at 07:38:22 PM 
Started by burton - Last post by hungry
Not what I heard, to put it mildly.

 popcorn

 12 
 on: Today at 07:35:45 PM 
Started by diorox - Last post by hungry
ive said it before and i will say it again......CASINOS!!!! that my friend is the reason for everything... action every 2 seconds not 20 minutes .. micro analyze all you will but in the end its just fluff and nonsense... as long as there are casinos horse racing will suffer.. since i doubt they are going to get rid of casinos any time soon.. well, you do the math... head shake

I dont know if the casinos are stealing the horse bettors, every horse bettor i know is attracted to the intellectual puzzle of the game, they would never sit there pulling a slot, a mindless activity.

Maybe using the casinos is just an excuse for the industry failing to recruit new blood into the game?


 13 
 on: Today at 07:33:33 PM 
Started by honest & balanced terry - Last post by honest & balanced terry
Also, rejected, I believe was Genting, operator of the Aqueduct casino and Penn National.

It would be great to say something like, "Great! 3 scumbags denied!", but when it comes to casino companies, it's pretty hard to make any distinction among 'em.

All New Yorkers can hope, I guess, is that the selection board made the right decision to maximize returns to the politicians children.

 14 
 on: Today at 07:31:18 PM 
Started by NIATROSS - Last post by NIATROSS
I see. if that is the case, we should talk alot of penn national and parx racing on the harness racing side, seeing that the same company owns Freehold

do you have any congratulations that you would like to extend to Parx? might as well start another thread here about it!

i do not follow parx or freehold.there is no direct benefit to me if the owners do well or not.
i have benefitted from hoosier park and indiana downs getting their slots license.
feel free to talk about freehold parx or pen national if you want

on the other hand should there only be harness related threads on this forum ?

 15 
 on: Today at 07:24:02 PM 
Started by NIATROSS - Last post by TKs Skipper
thanks for asking the question.
the same company owns hoosier park which also showed  nice gains ina recently concluded meet
both tracks used to hold both harness and flats but now only harness for hoosier and flats for indiana grand.
what's good for the company is good for racing in indiana

I see. if that is the case, we should talk alot of penn national and parx racing on the harness racing side, seeing that the same company owns Freehold

do you have any congratulations that you would like to extend to Parx? might as well start another thread here about it!

 16 
 on: Today at 07:14:33 PM 
Started by NIATROSS - Last post by NIATROSS
never heard of it. but the wonderful congratulations threads continue to prosper. im sure the track really appreciates your sentiments

is this even harness racing related?

thanks for asking the question.
the same company owns hoosier park which also showed  nice gains ina recently concluded meet
both tracks used to hold both harness and flats but now only harness for hoosier and flats for indiana grand.
what's good for the company is good for racing in indiana

 17 
 on: Today at 07:09:40 PM 
Started by nwaryas - Last post by I.P.Freely
Even if they get to keep a racing license given by the IRB, you can forget a gaming license if a slots bill passed in the spring. 

Really?  Slot machines aren't coming?  Wow.

 18 
 on: Today at 07:08:39 PM 
Started by NIATROSS - Last post by TKs Skipper
never heard of it. but the wonderful congratulations threads continue to prosper. im sure the track really appreciates your sentiments

is this even harness racing related?

 19 
 on: Today at 07:06:51 PM 
Started by hungry - Last post by burton
And you would be right on these boards, kissing his ring.

RIP harness racing, we knew ye well.
Delusional.

 20 
 on: Today at 06:55:16 PM 
Started by hungry - Last post by hungry
Probably a ZILLIONBILLIONJILLION!!!!!!!
That's a lot!!!

And you would be right on these boards, kissing his ring.

RIP harness racing, we knew ye well.

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