HANA Day at the Races - Monmouth Park - Sunday August 8, 2010
Gates Open 11:30 am, First Race 12:50 pm
The Horseplayers Association of North America (HANA) cordially invites you to attend HANA Day at the Races at beautiful Monmouth Park in Oceanport, New Jersey on Sunday, August 8, 2010.
If you would like to access free admission and program coupons for HANA Day (Members only), please click here.
Complimentary seats in the air-conditioned Clubhouse Teletheater will be available to those who RSVP by August 2. We hope you will take this opportunity to enjoy a wonderful afternoon hanging out with fellow horseplayers handicapping and playing the races while escaping the summer doldrums at the Jersey Shore. In addition, it is a great time to meet and exchange ideas with fellow HANA members as well as with members of the HANA Board of Directors. You are also encouraged to bring friends and acquaintances who are interested in learning more about HANA.
If you are interested in attending HANA Day at the Races at Monmouth Park, please RSVP or send questions to email@example.com. If you would like to request a complimentary seat in the Clubhouse Teletheatre, please note that in your RSVP e-mail along with the number in your party by Monday, August 2. Check-in for members will be in the Cleveland Room on the first floor of the Clubhouse near the Patio Terrace Teletheatre.
And not forgetting our Harness Players.......
You are also invited to take full advantage of a truly special weekend in New Jersey Racing by also attending the Meadowlands biggest harness race: The Hambletonian on Saturday, August 7. More detailed information will be available in the near future. If you are interested in joining us for the Hambletonian, please drop us a note at the above e-mail address. We will notify you as logistics are finalized.
Thank you very much and we hope to see you at Monmouth Park on August 8!
18. Indulto says:
13 Jul 2010 at 05:58 pm | #
Handicapping is not hard to learn once you are motivated to do so. An accompanying mentor usually winds up force-feeding the newbie with information until the light goes on. Without such unsolicited education to spark the interest, it is a rare person that catches the handicapping bug.
... Where racing is missing the boat IMO is not conducting WAGERING classes. If more casual players understood the strategies of ticket construction, and what it takes to properly cover an exotic wager, they would be more likely to bet more per capita.
... Someday, somebody in racetrack or ADW management is going to film a team of players attacking a Pick Six and verbalizing 1) their handicapping (isolating and ranking of contenders) , 2) constructing primary, secondary, and saver tickets, 3) placing the bet on-line or at an automated teller, and 4) cashing and signing for the resulting winning tickets.
In an ideal world, a compatible subset of Messrs. Fotias. Pricci, Platt, Meyers, Meadow, Kling, Crist, Beyer, and/or Davidowitz would create such a training video. I wonder how many iterations would be required to capture all four stages in succession.
Perhaps the first-mentioned five would film taking a shot at the Pick Five during HANA’s day at Monmouth. What a great fundraiser such a DVD would make!
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