Former Head Clocker At NYRA Suspended 10 Years

On Monday, Sept. 25, the New York State Gaming Commission revoked the license of clocker Stephen Foster for 10 years, according to A former head clocker and a placing/patrol judge for NYRA, Foster and jockey agents Mike Gonzalez and Jose Morales Jr. were escorted off the premises at Aqueduct and barred from NYRA tracks on […]

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Jockey Agent Gonzalez Suspended 10 Years For Alleged Computer Tampering

The New York State Gaming Commission has revoked the license of jockey agent Mike Gonzalez and deemed him ineligible to re-apply for a 10-year period, reports The NYSGC also levied a $25,000 fine against the agent. The punishment was handed down at the NYSGC’s regularly-scheduled meeting on Jan. 23 as a result of a plea […]

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InCompass acquires Redfish, launches InCompass360

InCompass Solutions Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of The Jockey Club, has purchased the customer relationship management (CRM) software of Minneapolis-based Redfish Studio, it was announced today by Brad Kimbrell, president of InCompass. Redfish Studio, owned and founded by Matt Scalzo, has been providing CRM services to racetracks since 1997. Its current customers include Betfair […]

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New Scheduling Tool: Maximize handle, avoid overlapping races

InCompass Solutions Inc., a subsidiary of The Jockey Club, announced today that it has completed development of an analytic Scheduling Tool designed to maximize handle for its customer racetracks. “When the McKinsey team conducted a comprehensive economic study of the Thoroughbred industry for The Jockey Club in 2011, they found that a predictive industry utility […]

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By Ray Paulick Will a bet-processing tote division be the newest sibling in the Jockey Club’s family of companies? That’s the word I’m hearing from a variety of sources within the industry who say the not-for-profit breed registry is itching to get into the tote business with a new, for-profit subsidiary along the lines of […]

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By Ray Paulick One of the first projects that landed on my desk when I joined the Thoroughbred Times as managing editor in 1988 was a feature story on the Jockey Club, the organization historically entrusted with registering Thoroughbreds and being the keeper of the Stud Book. The article was accompanied by a lengthy mail-in […]

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