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« on: October 10, 2017, 01:38:44 PM »

Right or wrong , the rules say in New Jersey that that New Jersey Racing Commission enforces are just the minimums .  A track operator can add to those rules in any way they want and do not need ratification or approval to alter the rules of racing .   The Meadowlands new whipping rule use that as a basis.   NJRC says the rule is one thing and Meadowlands management has set a higher much more stringent standard.
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« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2017, 02:07:16 PM »

Right or wrong , the rules say in New Jersey that that New Jersey Racing Commission enforces are just the minimums .  A track operator can add to those rules in any way they want and do not need ratification or approval to alter the rules of racing .   The Meadowlands new whipping rule use that as a basis.   NJRC says the rule is one thing and Meadowlands management has set a higher much more stringent standard.

On a select few  whipit whipit whipit whipit whipit whipit whipit
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« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2017, 10:14:15 AM »

Seen a response bg Hush on another thread concerning Gural and thought about this topic.   Is what Gural is doing collecting blood, testing samples, whipping rules, etc—are these moves even legal?
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« Reply #3 on: October 12, 2017, 01:00:50 PM »

I have NEVER heard in my 50+ years of being in and around the harness racing business EVER heard of a race track operator telling the racing commission what to do. Or rather what HE was going to do. I can't believe that they just allow him to do ANYTHING HE WANTS in regards to the testing procedures. The state has the rules in place for a reason. The state is the one who controls the penalties and such. The track operator has the right of refusal if he/she feels the need to. Maybe NJ is its own country.......... ..............
I THOUGHT this was the United States of America. 
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« Reply #4 on: October 12, 2017, 01:43:13 PM »

Seen a response bg Hush on another thread concerning Gural and thought about this topic.   Is what Gural is doing collecting blood, testing samples, whipping rules, etc—�are these moves even legal?


    Well, if not HT is only a phone call away!   
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« Reply #5 on: October 12, 2017, 01:45:25 PM »

I have NEVER heard in my 50+ years of being in and around the harness racing business EVER heard of a race track operator telling the racing commission what to do. Or rather what HE was going to do. I can't believe that they just allow him to do ANYTHING HE WANTS in regards to the testing procedures. The state has the rules in place for a reason. The state is the one who controls the penalties and such. The track operator has the right of refusal if he/she feels the need to. Maybe NJ is its own country.......... ..............
I THOUGHT this was the United States of America. 

The NJRC, and what did they do. 18 months to investigate Ledford, how did that turn out  whipit whipit whipit whipit whipit
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« Reply #6 on: October 12, 2017, 07:35:30 PM »

I have NEVER heard in my 50+ years of being in and around the harness racing business EVER heard of a race track operator telling the racing commission what to do. Or rather what HE was going to do. I can't believe that they just allow him to do ANYTHING HE WANTS in regards to the testing procedures. The state has the rules in place for a reason. The state is the one who controls the penalties and such. The track operator has the right of refusal if he/she feels the need to. Maybe NJ is its own country.......... ..............
I THOUGHT this was the United States of America. 

Its strange and I agree...why hasnt anyone else done it?
Why not even freehole in same state
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