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Old 06-29-2009, 11:02 PM   #1
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Monmouth / Canterbury contest

July 11th at monmouth $100 entry and $300 bankroll. $50 wagers min. on at least 4 races from both tracks. 3 top winners go to DRF contest.
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Old 06-30-2009, 12:11 PM   #2
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July 11th at monmouth $100 entry and $300 bankroll. $50 wagers min. on at least 4 races from both tracks. 3 top winners go to DRF contest.
Could you play this contest online but must you be at the racetrack ??

I just hate the traffic getting to Monmouth, and leaving the oval is even worse!!

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Old 06-30-2009, 09:22 PM   #3
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Could you play this contest online but must you be at the racetrack ??

I just hate the traffic getting to Monmouth, and leaving the oval is even worse!!

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Ontrack tourney . yeah traffic is bad, learn the back streets and its not as bad
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Could you play this contest online but must you be at the racetrack ??

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NJ residents cannot play contests from home, the 4NJBETS system just cannot take the extra hundred people on a Saturday.
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Thanks to both Point Given and njcurveball for your replies.

The back roads don't help me because I need to get to the Garden State Pway south to I-195 on my way to Pennsylvania and driving right thru that mall road is my only way out.
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Thanks to both Point Given and njcurveball for your replies.

The back roads don't help me because I need to get to the Garden State Pway south to I-195 on my way to Pennsylvania and driving right thru that mall road is my only way out.
Theres a back entrance/exit to the track and a road that parallels the mall road to the GSP. google the map and you will find it. Most people are lemmngs and don't try to find work arounds, sit in traffic and curse or don't go.
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