Due to massive power outages and severe damage to homes, property and personal injuries throughout the east coast of the United States caused by Hurricane Sandy, we realize many participants in the ThoroEnduro handicapping challenge at Remington Park are compromised at this time and unable to get their entries in to play the game.
We believe in all fairness to those that have been hindered to continue playing ThoroEnduro due to the superstorm, that a one-week grace period is necessary to allow some time for our contestants to begin to get their lives back in order before losing any “Lucky Horseshoes” or their game eligibility.
This week only, Wednesday, Oct. 31 thru Saturday, Nov. 3 racing at Remington Park will be a ‘FREE’ week concerning the consequences of losing eligibility due to inability to make ThoroEnduro entries on the various race dates.All contestants that can enter and play ThoroEnduro will continue to be awarded their ‘virtual’ win, place and show payoffs as well as receiving credit for picking winners. No one will lose “Lucky Horseshoes” or their eligibility this week, for any reason.
Remington Park wishes all contestants the best of luck over the final 22 race dates of the Remington Park season. More importantly, we hope for healthy and speedy recoveries to our fans and contestants that experienced the many challenges brought on by Sandy.