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Oaklawn Reschedules Essex for Feb. 13

Oaklawn Park, which has lost six full race cards because of weather since the beginning of the meet, will increase the number of daily races from nine to 10 beginning with its Feb. 10 program.


Post times will remain 1:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, and 1 p.m. Saturdays.


“It is not unusual for us to run 10 races once the days get longer, and in this instance it will allow us to make up for some of our losses,” said David Longinotti, Oaklawn's assistant general manager of racing. “We have a full barn area of over 1,500 horses, so we also want to do our best to accommodate our horsemen who are here and ready to run.”



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