So how quick will exchange wagering come to New Jersey? I know the ideal would be to have it available at the start of the Monmouth Park meet but the question of fees needs to be resolved. What makes this negotiation more complicated is even though Monmouth Park will eventually be sold or leased as the Meadowlands will be, the NJSEA will want a cut as well as they will still control certain OTWs; at a minimum, the one in Woodbridge. With an extra hand in the kitty, the negotiations may take a little longer. We will probably be lucky to see exchange wagering show up by July.
|Trolley enjoying time in the paddock.|
Anouk recently went to New Holland where may of the horses destined for slaughter in the United State ends up. At that sale, she picked up three standardbreds.
|Jessica in quarantine.|
There are other people who run rescues. What makes Anouk amazing is she does this while operating her standardbred stable at the same time. Granted, her racing stable is not particularlly large, but she is like the Energizer Bunny and keeps on going.
HRU always has horses ready for adoption. For further information on HRU and which horses are available for adoption, you may check out Horse Rescue United's website.