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TOO DARN NOT, SMART ZONE & STRUT MY STUFF ARE GREEN ACRES WINNERS ON LABOR DAY

Too Darn Hot was too much the best, winning the $7,000 opening leg of the New Jersey Sire Stakes – Green Acres for two-year-old pacing colts and geldings at Freehold Raceway ...

SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2014 ISSUE OF THE PACESETTER

The September-October 2014 issue of the Pacesetter ...

NUBBLE LIGHT RALLIES FOR GREEN ACRES VICTORY

Nubble Light took advantage of a second-over trip, swept four-wide in the stretch and drew off to a one-length victory in the $7,000 opening leg of New Jersey Sire Stakes – Green Acres ...


NUBBLE LIGHT RALLIES FOR GREEN ACRES VICTORY

Nubble Light took advantage of a second-over trip, swept four-wide in the stretch and drew off to a one-length victory in the $7,000 opening leg of New Jersey Sire Stakes – Green Acres ...

DEADLINE FOR BOARD NOMINATIONS SEPTEMBER 10

Nominations for seats on the Standardbred Breeders & Owners Association of New Jersey’s Board of Directors are due by September 10, 2014 ...

MOUNTAIN TOP UPSETS SCHITTKER ENTRY IN GREEN ACRES OPENER

Mountain Top drew off to a length and three-quarter victory, besting a trio of Ray Schnittker trainees in the $7,000 first leg of the New Jersey Sire Stakes – Green Acres ...



GREEN ACRES ACTION HIGHLIGHTS FREEHOLD’S OPENING DAY CARD

Trainer Ray Schnittker will send out a trio of Muscles Yankee colts in the first round of New Jersey Sire Stakes – Green Acres Division action when Freehold Raceway re-opens for its 2014 Summer/Fall Meet on Thursday ...

I LUV THE NITELIFE RETIRED

Owner Richard Young has confirmed that New Jersey-sired champion I Luv The Nitelife, winner of the 2013 Thomas D'Altrui Miss New Jersey and divisional honors on the national level, is retired ...

CHRISTIE FUNDRAISER GETS SECOND CHANCE IN ATLANTIC CITY

A top Gov. Chris Christie fundraiser in charge of state gambling and entertainment policy is getting a second chance to remake Atlantic City despite presiding over a rash of casino closings putting more than 6,000 out of work ...




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