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IT’S OFF TO THE RACES FOR RBR BUC BACKERS

bucbacker-races-2483160Pictured in the winner’s circle at Monmouth Park are members of the RBR Buc Bucker Foundation, with the winner of last year’s 50/50 and the RBR race winners. The RBR Buc Backer Foundation Day at the Races takes place this year on Sunday, September 21. 

Press release from RBRBBF

On Sunday, September 21, the Red Bank Regional Buc Backer Foundation (RBRBBF) will present the fifth annual “Day at the Races” event at Monmouth Park, 175 Oceanport Avenue in Oceanport. Scheduled from noon to 5 pm at the Monmouth Park Reserved Picnic Area, the family-friendly outing promises a fabulous day of horse racing, good friends, and great food. The event also features a 50-50 and sponsored RBRBBF race, following which the 50/50 winner will have his or her picture taken in the winner’s circle.

Tickets are $50 per person ($25 for RBR faculty, staff and Hall of Famers, $10 for students ages 13-18, and free for children 12 & under) which includes admission, racing program & pen, and an amazing gourmet lunch. Light spirits and soft drinks are included. For an additional $5, guests can enjoy the miniature golf course located at the track. Tickets are limited (last year’s event sold out), and can be purchased on-line here, by contacting RBRBBF President Paul Noglows at (732)345-0447, or by email to [email protected]. All proceeds benefit the Red Bank Regional School District in Little Silver.

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