The Jockey Club

Post Time Coordination Could Boost U.S. Annual Handle By $400 Million

A McKinsey & Company study commissioned by The Jockey Club revealed that as much as $400 million in annual handle is missed out on due to post time overlaps at different tracks across the United States. According to thoroughbredracing.com, a business plan to address these scheduling concerns would require three things: a master scheduler, a commitment […]

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Equibase Adds Statistical Enhancements To Individual Profile Pages

Equibase Company announced enhancements on Monday to the individual profile pages available on equibase.com with the addition of statistical graphs and the ability to filter those graphs for every horse, jockey, trainer and owner. All data within the statistics tab of every profile page is now displayed via a graph in addition to being listed in a […]

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UK Jockey Club Hits Record Revenue, Purse Contributions In 2017

The Jockey Club in the United Kingdom, which stages some of Britain’s most popular events including the Cheltenham Festival, the Randox Health Grand National Festival and The Investec Derby Festival, today announced a record set of financial results, including its largest-ever contribution to British horseracing’s prize money and a ninth successive year of revenue growth. […]

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Lone Star’s Opening Night Handle Up 55 Percent Over 2017

Lone Star Park kicked off its 2018 Thoroughbred Season last week with notable increases in handle. Total handle on the opening night card was $1.5 million the highest single-day handle since Memorial Day 2011 and a 55% increase over opening day last year. The total handle for the 4-day combined opening weekend was the best […]

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New Vocations to Add Dressage to 2018 KY Show Roster

Due to the overwhelming popularity of The New Vocations All-Thoroughbred Charity Horse Show held each fall at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky., dressage and western dressage will be added to the two-day show schedule. This expansion will showcase even more retired racehorses in successful second careers. A destination event for many Thoroughbred owners […]

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Thoroughbred Owner Conference To Be Held Breeders’ Cup Week At Churchill Downs

OwnerView announced today that the fifth Thoroughbred Owner Conference will be held at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., from Tuesday, Oct. 30, through Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018. As with the past two conferences, the conference will coincide with the Breeders’ Cup World Championships, which are scheduled to be held Nov. 2-3 at Churchill Downs. The […]

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Thoroughbred Incentive Program’s Non-Competition Award Applications Now Available

Applications for The Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program’s (T.I.P.’s) two annual awards, the Thoroughbred of the Year Award and the Young Rider of the Year Award, are now available online at tjctip.com. Applications are due June 30, 2018. The T.I.P. Thoroughbred of the Year Award recognizes a Thoroughbred that has excelled in a non-competitive career, such as […]

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‘When Was Common Sense Abandoned?’: Dr. Gary Lavin Joins WHOA

Dr. A. Gary Lavin, a legend in equine veterinary medicine and a respected leader in the horse industry, has joined the Water Hay Oats Alliance.  Lavin, the son of well-known racing secretary Allan Lavin, grew up in the sport. He worked for many years on the racetrack as an esteemed equine practitioner and surgeon. As […]

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Three Trainers Denied Stud Book Privileges By The Jockey Club

The Jockey Club announced today that one trainer has been denied all privileges of The American Stud Book for 10 years, one for five years, and one for two years. All actions became effective January 1, 2018. The denials of privileges include the privilege of registering foals and the privileges of any registration process for any Thoroughbred. […]

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Bolt D’Oro, Good Magic Top The Jockey Club’s Annual Top 2-Year-Old Rankings

Bolt d’Oro, a multiple grade 1 winner, and Good Magic, winner of the Sentient Jet Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1), have both been assigned the high weight of 126 pounds to top The Jockey Club’s Annual Top 2-Year-Old Rankings, formerly known as the Experimental Free Handicap, for 2017. The 126 pounds assigned to these two horses […]

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