SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO FIGHT FOR YOURSELVES!
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“Suffolk Downs has advanced its latest proposal and has set hard deadlines,” NEHBPA general counsel Frank Frisoli said. “(Feb. 25) is the day for us to get back to them, and they said after that their position is likely to change. Ours would then change as well.
And This Race Track has the nerve to say on their website that the Horsemen have no regards for the bettors or employees.
Frankly the song I posted for Monday is a perfect scenario.
Suffolk finally realizing The TRACK Needs It’s Horsemen/Women. About time you did know it.
Suffering Suffolk Downs now requests permission from NEHBPA to Restore Signals after Maryland joins Fl., Ohio & Oregon HBPAs in Pulling their Signals in Support of Fellow NE Horsemen.
In January the NEHBPA pulled the simulcasting signal from the New York Racing Association, and then horsemen in Ohio, Florida, and Oregon withdrew their consent. Now the Maryland horsemen have lent their support so races from Aqueduct, Gulfstream Park, Tampa Bay Downs, Beulah Park, Portland Meadows, and Laurel Park cannot be simulcast at Suffolk. Under Massachusetts law, state residents are also prohibited from betting those tracks through their advance deposit wagering accounts.
WAY TOO UNITE, WAY TO GO!
Updated: Saturday, February 5, 2011 9:02 PM
Posted: Saturday, February 5, 2011 4:45 PM
By Lynne Snierson
While the management of Suffolk Downs and the New England Horsemen’s and Benevolent Protective Association remain locked in a bitter stalemate over a new contract for live racing in 2011, Florida horsemen and the Ohio HBPA have pulled their signals in support of the New England chapter.