We have been on a customer and marketing angle lately.
Harnesslink is very proactive in trying to change the game. Fresh thinking and fresh ideas for the 21st century fan. This is no more apparent than their last post on harnessracingblog.com. We have touched and spoke about some of these ideas here, and I could not agree more. We have to completely change our thinking in racing. The younger generation demands it. We will not have a business left if we do not.
I am just going to link the article. It's titled "The New Generation of Harness Racing". Comment there if you wish to. It is a very good piece. (and the picture of the tree on the roadside is priceless).
Did you vote on the Standardbred Canada Poll Question?: "What effect do you think legalized, single-match sport wagering offered at racetracks would have on Canadian standardbred racing handles?"
I did. I am shocked at what is winning.
Tomorrow we will go through the Meadowlands Pace Elims. It's a good group and a good group of races. If anyone wants to join in and make some picks, I welcome it.
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