Showplace Farms Opening

GENERAL ASSEMBLY
STATE HOUSE. TRENTON. N. J.
ASSEMBLY RESOLUTION

By Assemblymen DOYLE and NEWMAN

Adopted May 10, 1979

WHEREAS, Showplace Farms, a 140 acre complex in Millstone, Monmouth County, offering the finest in equine boarding, therapy, security and training, is the largest horsetraining farm in the Northeast and will conduct a gala opening day celebration on Sunday June 3, 1979; and,

WHEREAS, Two races, an open pace and an open trot, will be run that afternoon as a benefit for Multiple Sclerosis and Showplace Farms will contribute $500, along with the $100 entry fees, in cooperation with the harness horse industry’s continuing efforts, throughout the nation, to eradicate this dread disease; and,

WHEREAs, Showplace Farms, conceived and owned by Howard M. Schoor, a standardbred owner and president of one of New Jersey’s leading civil engineering firms, fulfills the need of the horse owner who does not wish to finance and manage his own training facility; and,

WHEREAS, Standardbred breeding, training and racing comprise a large segment of New Jersey’s horse industry, an industry worth more than a billion dollars annually to the State, to which Showplace Farms makes a significant contribution; and,

WHEREAS, It is altogether fitting and proper for this House to note the auspicious genesis of an enterprise so clearly committed to the public interest and to the State of New Jersey; now, therefore,

Be It Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of New Jersey:

That this House hereby congratulate Showplace Farms upon the celebration of its grand opening and extend best wishes for future prosperity; and,

Be It Further Resolved, That a duly authenticated copy of this resolution, signed by the Speaker and attested by the Clerk, be transmitted to Howard M. Schoor, owner, Showplace Farms.

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