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East Rutherford, NJ - The Meadowlands will apply for 68 live racing dates for the 2019 season by the October 15, request for dates deadline of the NJ Racing Commission. The main factor in forcing us to reduce dates is the failure to obtain a purse subsidy that would enable us to compete with the Pennsylvania tracks when they open in late March. By reducing dates we believe it would help to be able to attract enough horses to race during that period and we are quite certain that without the subsidy racing more than 68 days would be impossible. The thoroughbreds have also advised us that they would like to race in the fall and they have the legal right to do that but we believe that if we were able to get the subsidy, which is split between the standardbreds and thoroughbreds, we might be able to work out a schedule that would be beneficial to both breeds. This will unfortunately force The Meadowlands to drop the fall stakes program. The Fall Final Four and possibly the TVG Championships will have to be relocated or cancelled along with The Kindergarten series. The purse account deficit is another issue as without any subsidy the funds available limiting the daily average to approximately $110,000 which is not enough to attract enough horses to fill Meadowlands cards when the PA tracks open. Fewer dates will permit an increase as we attempt to field races that will be attractive to the horseplayers. As it stands with Monmouth racing in the fall and the purse revenue status quo, the schedule will be Friday & Saturday from January 4 through Hambletonian Day August 3 then Thursday - Saturday the last two weeks of December. We hope in the next few weeks that the legislature will act on the purse subsidy legislation in which case we would revisit this with the expectation that we could increase the race dates including a modified fall schedule. by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands  

This Saturday, September 15, the Meadowlands is hosting a live-money National Horseplayers Championship qualifying event with two seats up for grabs to the $2.9 million NHC Final in Las Vegas to be held February 8-10, 2019. The Meadowlands qualifier has a $400 total fee - $200 goes toward the prize pool, estimated at $20,000 and $200 is used as contest bankroll. All entry fees will be added to the prize pool, creating the rare zero percent takeout contest format. Entry also includes a Daily Racing Program and food vouchers. Contestants must wager on a minimum of 10 races from Belmont, Gulfstream, and/or Churchill Downs. Wagers can be win, place or show or any combination WPS on one horse per race. Walk-up entries are accepted on the day of the contest. Multiple entries per person are allowed. Contestants must be members of the NHC Tour to qualify for one of the two NHC Final seats. The NHC Tour membership fee of $50 must be paid prior to participating in the Meadowlands qualifier. For more information, visit the contest home page or contact Tournament Director Rachel Ryan at raryan@playmeadowlands.com or (201) 842-5015. by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment and DerbyWars.com are proud to announce the 2019 World Harness Handicapping Championship presented by DerbyWars.com - offering a record $150,000 prize pool - is set for Saturday, April 6, 2019. On that date, the top horseplayers in North America will compete for an estimated $150,000 prize pool, the largest in the history of the WHHC. The Grand Prize in the WHHC Final at the Meadowlands Racetrack in East Rutherford, NJ is guaranteed at $50,000. The total prize pool will be based on the number of entries, with 100% of entries going to player prizes and bankrolls. "DerbyWars.com continues to be a terrific partner for the World Harness Handicapping Championship," said Rachel Ryan, Marketing Manager at Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment. "With their support we have been able to grow WHHC participation and prize pool. With 100% of entry fees returned as prizes, the WHHC offers tremendous value to our players." The World Harness Handicapping Championship presented by DerbyWars.com is a one-day tournament, with a welcome reception the evening prior. Players that did not earn a seat through a qualifying event can directly buy-in for $1,300. The $1,300 entry fee includes a $300 bankroll, with the remaining $1,000 going to the prize pool. The $150,000 prize pool is based on an estimated 150 entries. The WHHC contest format requires players to bet 10 races: their choice of seven Meadowlands races, plus three designated mandatory races. Players keep all pari-mutuel winnings. Prize payouts are to the Top 10. The Meadowland's 2019 World Harness Handicapping Championship Qualifier schedule is as follows: November 3, 2018: $200 Qualifier with 2 WHHC seats Saturday, December 22, 2018 - Free Handicapping Contest - 1 seat January 1, 2019 - March 30, 2019: Free Online Survival Challenge - 3 WHHC seats Saturday, January 12, 2019: $400 Qualifier with 4 WHHC seats Saturday, February 16 - $200 contest with top 2 WHHC seats Saturday, March 16 - $200 contest with 2 WHHC seats DerbyWars will host regular online Qualifiers for the WHHC every Saturday night beginning Saturday, September 1. Players can qualify for as little as $22. Complete DerbyWars Qualifier information can be found at DerbyWars.com. For more information on how to become a WHHC partner outlet or sponsor, contact Rachel Ryan, Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment (raryan@playmeadowlands.com) or 201-842-5015. For online qualifying on DerbyWars.com, players may contact support@derbywars.com. by Rachel Ryan, for The Meadowlands    

The Meadowlands is hosting a live-money National Horseplayers Championship qualifying event on Saturday, September 15 that will provide two seats to the $2.9 million NHC Final in Las Vegas to be held February 8-10, 2019. The Meadowlands qualifier will have a $400 total fee - $200 will go towards the prize pool estimated at $20,000 and $200 will be used as a bankroll during the contest. All entry fees will be added to the prize pool, creating the rare zero percent takeout contest format. Entry also includes a Daily Racing Program and food vouchers. Contestants must wager on a minimum of 10 races from Belmont, Gulfstream, and/or Churchill Downs. Wagers can be win, place or show or any combination WPS on one horse per race. Pre-registration is strongly recommended although walk-up entries will be accepted on the day of the contest. Multiple entries per person are allowed. Contestants must be members of the NHC Tour to qualify for one of the two NHC Final seats. The NHC Tour membership fee of $50 must be paid prior to participating in the Meadowlands qualifier. For more information, visit the contest home page or contact Tournament Director Rachel Ryan at raryan@playmeadowlands.com or (201) 842-5015. by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands                                 This e-mail, including any attachments, may contain information that is confidential, and is transmitted for the sole use of the intended recipient. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any use, dissemination, copying or retention of this e-mail or the information contained herein is strictly prohibited. If you have received this e-mail in error, please immediately notify the sender by telephone or reply e-mail, and permanently delete this e-mail from your computer system. The views presented in this message are solely those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the opinion of New Meadowlands Racetrack and Winners OTW. New Meadowlands Racetrack and Winners OTW do not guarantee the integrity, security or proper receipt of this message. Likewise, New Meadowlands Racetrack and Winners OTW do not accept any liability whatsoever for any possible damages arising from, or in connection with, data interception, software viruses or manipulation by third parties.

This Friday, August 3 Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment is giving away a brand new 2018 Toyota Corolla LE. Racetrack guests can enter to win by picking up a free horse to toss at the Horseplay Promo Car at the Players Club desk or the Horseplay table in front of the Winner's Circle. Participants attempt to throw their numbered horse into the window of a moving car. A winner, randomly chosen from all the horses that make it into the car, will receive a $100 betting voucher. Friday night's winner along with the other 24 season winners are entered into a grand prize drawing to win the 2018 Toyota Corolla LE. For every horse that makes it into the Horseplay car during the season, Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment donates $10 to the designated monthly charity. The May donation recipient K9 Soldiers, Inc/The Argos Project received $2,320; $2,760 was donated to Bergen County Horse Rescue in June, and the July/August charity recipient, Homefront will receive over $2,100. For complete Horseplay rules visit PlayMeadowlands.com  by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - In celebration of the 93rd edition of America's greatest harness race, the Hambletonian Society, Meadowlands Racetrack and Tomasello Winery have teamed up to provide fans and guests with three special limited edition wine selections. The $1 million Hambletonian is raced Saturday afternoon, Aug. 4 as the finale to the championship meet at The Meadowlands Racetrack, East Rutherford, NJ. Post time is 12 noon. Entitled "The Hambletonian at the Meadowlands", the Hammonton-based winery (the second-oldest active in the Garden State) will produce a Pinot Grigio, a Pinot Noir and a Chardonnay exclusively for Saturday's edition that will be available for purchase Friday, Aug 3 and Saturday. Aug. 4 at the Meadowlands Racetrack. "We are honored to have produced three custom wines for the Hambletonian Society, please enjoy in the company of family and close friends," said Tomasello Winery vice president Jack Tomasello. The Hambletonian Stakes race, the most prestigious harness race for trotters in North America, is named in honor of Hambletonian 10. The label was created by Meadowlands Racetrack's graphic designer Kathleen Estes, based on a famous image of Hambletonian, the foundation sire of the Standardbred horse breed. Hambletonian 10, or Rysdyk's Hambletonian, (May 5, 1849 - 1876) was an American trotter born in Sugar Loaf, New York in 1849. In 24 seasons at stud, between 1851 and 1875, Hambletonian produced about 1,335 foals. Through four of Hambletonian's sons (George Wilkes, Dictator, Happy Medium, and Electioneer), the lineage of virtually all North American Standardbred horses can be traced to him. At age 27 on March 27, 1876, Hambletonian died. Both he and his owner, who had died in 1870, were buried in Chester, N.Y. Tomasello Winery is a fourth generation family-owned winery producing award winning wines since 1933. Tomasello is one of the largest winegrowers in New Jersey, having 70 acres of grapes under cultivation, and producing 75,000 cases of wine per year, distributing in over half of the United States and also exporting to the Pacific Rim. In addition to wines, Tomasello produces sparkling wines, hard ciders, fruit wines and ports. Tomasello Winery has 10 retail outlets thought out the Garden State and their wines are distributed by Fedway and available in over 800 retail wine stores in the state. by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

A limited number of outdoor tables located on the promenade deck are available for Hambletonian Day, Saturday, August 4. The tables are $300 and include admission, program and seating for 4. Those interested in purchasing a table should call Max Segal at 201-460-4050 or email NMR_Exec@playmeadowlands.com This Saturday gates open 10 am with first race at 12 noon. For all things Hambletonian, visit www.playmeadowlands.com and www.hambletonian.org. by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

The entries, post positions and harness racing morning line odds will be revealed for the Hambletonian and Hambletonian Oaks at the Meadowlands during a live post position draw on Tuesday, July 31 beginning at 2:00 p.m. The event will be streamed exclusively on the Meadowlands Racetrack Facebook page and YouTube channel. Fans should be sure to "Like" the Facebook page or "subscribe" to the YouTube channel in order to view the stream. Marc Malusis, co-host of the "Taz and the Moose" CBS Sports Radio morning show will serve as the co-host and celebrity drawmaster. Rick Zeron, trainer of the 3 year old filly trotter Atlanta who is taking on the boys in the $1 Million Hambletonian, will be a guest on the broadcast. The $1 Million Hambletonian will be broadcast live on CBS Sports Network, 4-5:30 pm on Saturday, August 4. For more information, visit www.playmeadowlands.com or www.hambletonian.com. by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

Join Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment on Saturday July 28th for their fifth annual Seafood Fest beginning at 5pm. Pink, the tiered dining room with perfect views of the live harness racing action, will feature a special $39.95 seafood buffet highlighted by Executive Chef Dennis Sammarone's spicy shrimp lo mein, Maryland Blue Crab Pasta, Canadian wild caught Salmon and steamed Long Island clams and mussels. The buffet will also include NY Shell Steak and grilled chicken for those turf lovers. For an additional $20 seafood fans can order a 1 ¼ lb freshly steamed Maine lobster. Reservations are strongly recommended. To reserve a table call 201-THE-BIG-M (201-843-2446). Fans looking for more casual dining can enjoy fresh seafood in The Backyard. Seafood lovers can indulge in a raw bar complete with clams and oysters, as well as a variety of food trucks including All Surf & No Turf, 2 Guys Catering, Empanada Guy, Carnival Concessions, Kimchi Smoke, Angry Archie's, Bes'Dam Soup, Caribbean Soup LLC, Mobile Mardi Gras, The Mozzarella God. House of Cup Cakes and Clyde's Homemade Italian Ice & Ice Cream will also be onsite to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings! Each truck will offer different seafood dishes with plenty of options to choose from including lobster rolls, shrimp tacos, crab cakes, fried clams and more. While indulging in great seafood guests can watch live harness racing starting at 7:15pm. Plus on the racetrack watch and wager on the eliminations for $500,000 Hambletonian Oaks. Guests can enter the Shrimp Peel & Eat Competition to have the chance to win the $500 Grand Prize. Ten lucky contestants will have 2 minutes to peel and eat as many cooked shrimp as they can. The winner receives $500 with $250 for 2nd place and $100 for 3rd. For more information please visit PlayMeadowlands.com by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

East Rutherford, NJ - On Friday, July 20 & Saturday, July 21 Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment will kick off live racing with a special 8:00 pm post time. It is also Corntastic weekend at the track with over $1,000 in prize money up for grabs. Fans can enter the corn carrying, husking and eating competitions while snacking on delicious, freshly roasted Jersey corn. The Meadowlands remains at its usual 7:15 pm post on July 27, July 28 & August 3. A post time of 12 noon is scheduled for Hambletonian Day on Saturday, August 4. Racing, dining and promotion information can be found at PlayMeadowlands.com by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

East Rutherford, NJ - Seven competitors battled it out at Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment's 3rd Annual BBQ Battle on Saturday, July 14th, all vying for $2,000 in prizes and bragging rights. The BBQ categories were for best Ribs, Brisket, Chicken, and Pulled Pork, with a $500 prize to the winner of each category. A panel of five judges conducted a blind tasting for each tasting round. Each entry was judged on Taste (1-15 Points), Tenderness (1-10 Points) and Appearance (1-5 Points). Doreen Rinaldo, known as Dr. Dor's BBQ, defended her 2017 title and took home the $500 prize for her ribs. Rinaldo has created her own line of BBQ dry rubs which are available for purchase at DrDorsBBQ.com. Kimchi Smoke's Robert Austin took home the $500 top prize for his outstanding brisket. First time competitor, Matt Worgul of Gentle Giant Brewing Company, won for the best chicken category earning $500. Carlito's Trailer, serving great central Texas style BBQ, took home the $500 top prize for their pulled pork. Three big weekends remain in the Meadowlands Racetrack's Championship Meet. This Friday and Saturday is Corntastic Weekend with $1,200 in prize money up for grabs. There is also a special 8 pm post time for both nights. Saturday, July 28 is the 5th annual Seafood Festival along with eliminations for the Hambletonian Oaks. The meet wraps up on Saturday, August 4 with Hambletonian Day. Details for all events and promotions can be found at PlayMeadowlands.com by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

East Rutherford, NJ - On Saturday, July 7th live harness racing will commence with a special 6:35 pm post time. Saturday is Fan Appreciation Night with $1 hot dogs, pretzels, popcorn and soda & $2 draft beer from 6:30 - 11pm. It is also the 1st annual Wiener Dog Derby. The qualifying wiener heats take please in between the live horse racing action with the Wiener Dog Derby Final taking place on the track at 10:15pm. Admission and parking are free! The Wiener Dog race timeline can be found at http://www.meadowlandsracetrack.com/event_detail.aspx?id=17168 Following live harness racing, an enthralling fireworks display will take place to honor Independence Day. The best place to be will be atop Victory Terrace Rooftop Bar. With great views of the racing action, city skyline and fireworks, guests are in for an amazing show that will begin 10 minutes after the last race at approximately 11:10pm. Victory Terrace has a full service bar and a rooftop grill. There are four other special post times scheduled for the Championship Meet. Next Saturday, July 14 is the night of the Crawford Farms Meadowlands Pace and features a 6:35pm post. The following weekend July 20 & 21, post time is 8pm. A post time of 12 noon is scheduled for Hambletonian Day on Saturday, August 4. The Meadowlands remains at its usual 7:15pm post on July 13, July 27, July 28 & August 3. y Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands  

The Hambletonian Future Wager closed on June 24 with a total of $6,991.00 bet in the pool of 15 interests. Wagering will be available at racetrack and online sites throughout North America and when the future wager pool opens next on July 20 and can be found in betting systems as Race 2: Hambletonian Future Wager Pool 2 CODE MZH. Betting opens at noon [EDT] and closes on July 22 at 10:00 pm (EDT). The results of the recent Earl Beal eliminations at the Downs at Mohegan Sun Pocono featured a bit of a surprise as both freshman divisional champs north and south of the border - O'Brien winner Alarm Detector and Dan Patch winner Fourth Dimension broke stride and did not make the $500,000 Final this Saturday. The undefeated filly Manchego won her elimination and can be bet as "The Field" in the Future Wager. A team of harness racing analysts and handicappers led by Meadowlands announcer Ken Warkentin, whose Road to the Hambletonian annually tracks the leading candidates to the race, has selected a group of 14 trotters out of the 235 colts, fillies and geldings that remain eligible to start in the Hambletonian after the final February 15 payment. Though fillies have their own division in the $500,000 Hambletonian Oaks, several have started in the $1 million event for males in recent years, most recently world champion Mission Brief, who was second to Pinkman in 2015. The connections of two fillies, Manchego and Atlanta, have not ruled out the richer division yet. The horses in each of the pools are listed in alphabetical order. The mutuel field will consist of the remaining horses eligible to the 93rd edition of America's Trotting Classic, including all fillies eligible to the Oaks. There are no supplements permitted to the Hambletonian or Oaks. The minimum future wager is $1.00 and all future wagers are win wagering only. The winner of each pool will be determined by the official first-place finisher in the 2018 Hambletonian. The final Hambletonian Future Wager pool #3 will open Wednesday, Aug. 1 at noon (EDT) and closes on Hambletonian Eve, Friday, Aug. 3 at 10:00 pm (EDT). Further details available at PlayMeadowlands.com and Hambletonian.com Official Rules below! 2018 Hambletonian Future Wagering - Pool #1 as of 10:00p.m [EDT} Sunday June 24 HD - Horse - Morning Line Odds A description of the wager may be found here. Rules are available here. 1. ALARM DETECTOR 20-1 2. CAPTAIN MORGAN 28-1 3. EVALUATE 22-1 4. FOURTH DIMENSION 7-2 5. MET'S HALL 22-1 6. MOOSONEE 32-1 7. PATENT LEATHER 10-1 8. SAMO DIFFERENT DAY 55-1 9. SHOSHIE DEO 60-1 10. SIX PACK 5-1 11. SOUTHWIND CHROME 28-1 12. TAE KWON DEO 28-1 13. WOLFGANG 5-1 14. YOU KNOW YOU DO 34-1 15. FIELD (ALL OTHER ELIGIBLES) 5/2 (All other horses eligible to Hambletonian and Oaks. Fillies can enter the Open division) by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ -On Saturday June 23rd, the wine will flow at Meadowlands Racing and Entertainment for the Summer Wine Festival. Doors open for VIP at 4:30 pm with General Admission at 5:30 pm and wine is poured until 9:30 pm. Fest-goers will experience an evening of great wines from around the world, live-harness racing, music and food. 83 wineries are being showcased including vineyards from Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Argentina, Germany, New Jersey, Washington, New Zealand, and of course California. Festival goers will be sampling Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Champagne, Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Prosecco, Rosè, Sangrias, Merlot, Cabernet and Moscato. New Jersey will be represented by Heritage Vineyards' rose¨ blend, red blend, and blueberry wine and Tomasello Winery's cranberry, cherry and blueberry fruit wines. Alba Vineyards will also be showcased with five selections including their Chelsea Dry Rose¨, Blueberry, Mainsail White, Estate Chardonnay and Estate Riesling. Rose¨ Piscine, a award winning piscine-style French Rosè specifically made to drink over ice will also be poured at the festival. Another exciting producer appearing at the Summer Wine Festival is FitVine. FitVine's wines go through an extended fermentation process that lowers sugar levels and produces wines under 118 calories per glass. These are wines perfect for those with active, healthy lifestyles. The VIP ticket holders are getting an extraordinary selection of wines that they can exclusively sample. The list includes: Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial, Stags Leap Viognier, Barton & Guiester Chateauneuf Du Pape, Gran Appasso Rosso Passito Red Blend, and Artesa Pinot Noir. There is also a VIP Rose¨ All Day Table featuring Rosè from Amelia, Rosehaven, Fleur De Mer & Prophecy. An up to date winery and wine list is available at https://meadowlandsracetrack.ticketleap.com/2018-meadowlands-racetrack-wine-festival/details . The Summer Wine Fest will be held in the Backyard and on the East Apron and will open to the public at 4:30 pm for VIP admission. The VIP ticket is $75 and includes an additional 1 hour of sampling, exclusive VIP Tent wine samplings, and food. General Admission begins at 5:30 pm and is available in advance for $35 or at the door for $45. Live harness racing kicks off at 7:15 pm. To purchase tickets : https://meadowlandsracetrack.ticketleap.com/2018-meadowlands-racetrack-wine-festival/dates/Jun-23-2018_at_0430PM by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

The 93rd Hambletonian at the Meadowlands will feature a bet that takes horseplayers back to the future - a Hambletonian Future wager. Beginning at noon (EDT) on Friday, June 22, wagering will open on the first of three pools for the $1 million Hambletonian race conducted Saturday, August 4 at The Meadowlands, East Rutherford, NJ. Wagering will be available at racetrack and online sites throughout North America and internationally until Sunday, June 24 at 10:00 p.m. (EDT) when the first Future pool will close. A team of harness racing analysts and handicappers led by Meadowlands announcer Ken Warkentin, whose Road to the Hambletonian annually tracks the leading candidates to the race, will select a group of 14 trotters out of the 235 colts, fillies and geldings that remain eligible to start in the Hambletonian after the final February 15 payment. Though fillies have their own division in the $500,000 Hambletonian Oaks, several have started in the $1 million event for males in recent years, most recently world champion Mission Brief, who was second to Pinkman in 2015. The connections of two fillies, Manchego and Atlanta, have not ruled out the richer division yet. The horses in each of the pools will be listed in alphabetical order. The mutuel field will consist of the remaining horses eligible to the 93rd edition of America's Trotting Classic, including all fillies eligible to the Oaks. There are no supplements permitted to the Hambletonian or Oaks. The minimum future wager is $1.00 and all future wagers are win wagering only. The winner of each pool will be determined by the official first-place finisher in the 2018 Hambletonian. The second future pool will open Friday, July 20 and close Sunday, July 22. The third and final future wager pool will open Wednesday, August 1, when the entries and elimination heats will be sorted, and close on Friday, August 3, Hambletonian eve. The Hambletonian Future Wager will be set-up in the tote system as one separate event. The event code is MZH and the future wager pools will be placed as follows: * Race 1: Hambletonian Future Wager Pool 1 June 22 Opens at noon (EDT) - June 24 Closes at 10:00 pm (EDT) * Race 2: Hambletonian Future Wager Pool 2 July 20 Opens at noon (EDT) - July 22 Closes at 10:00 pm (EDT) * Race 3: Hambletonian Future Wager Pool 3 Aug. 1 Opens at noon (EDT) - Aug. 3 Closes at 10:00 pm (EDT) Past performance lines for the Hambletonian eligible horses will be available free of charge on the Meadowlands website playmeadowlands.com. All rules and updates can be found there and on www.Hambletonian.com. by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ -On Saturday June 23rd, the wine will flow at Meadowlands Racing and Entertainment for the Summer Wine Festival. Doors open for VIP at 4:30 pm with General Admission at 5:30 pm and wine is poured until 9:30 pm. Fest-goers will experience an evening of great wines from around the world, live-harness racing, music and food. Over 30 wineries are participating including ones from Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Argentina, New Jersey, California, South Africa and Oregon. Festival goers will be sampling Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Champagne, Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Prosecco, Rose, Sangria, Merlot, Cabernet and much more. New Jersey will be represented by Heritage Vineyards showcasing their rosè blend, red blend, and blueberry wine and Tomasello Winery pouring their cranberry, cherry and blueberry fruit wines. New Jersey's Alba Vineyards will also be onsite pouring five selections including their Chelsea Dry Rosè, Blueberry, Mainsail White, Estate Chardonnay and Estate Riesling. Rose Piscine, a award winning piscine-style French Rose specifically made to drink over ice will also be poured at the festival. Another exciting producer appearing at the Summer Wine Festival is FitVine. FitVine's wines go through an extended fermentation process that lowers sugar levels and produces wines under 118 calories per glass. These are wines perfect for those with active, healthy lifestyles. A winery and wine list is available at https://meadowlandsracetrack.ticketleap.com/2018-meadowlands-racetrack-wine-festival/details . The list will be updated as wineries are confirmed. The Summer Wine Fest will be held in the Backyard and on the East Apron and will open to the public at 4:30 pm for VIP admission. The VIP ticket is $75 and includes an additional 1 hour of sampling, exclusive VIP Tent wine samplings, and food. General Admission begins at 5:30 pm and is available in advance for $35 or at the door for $45. Live harness racing kicks off at 7:15 pm. To purchase tickets : https://meadowlandsracetrack.ticketleap.com/2018-meadowlands-racetrack-wine-festival/dates/Jun-23-2018_at_0430PM by Rachel Ryan, for the Meadowlands .

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