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Monmouth Park Set To Open For First Time Since Superstorm Sandy
Published May 10, 2013
Monmouth Park on Saturday “kicks off its 2013 season,” marking the first racing at the horse track since Superstorm Sandy hit the Northeast last fall. The N.J. track “has invited 40 local businesses to set up booths, promoting the theme that ‘The Shore is open for business.’” The track “will race Saturdays and Sundays for most of May, adding a holiday card on Memorial Day.” Fans will “notice several new features this season, including a brand new bar on the main floor under the grandstand overhang at the sixteenth pole and several different wagering options” (DRF.com, 5/9).