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Race Track Chaplaincy Of America To Raffle Commercial Mower As Fundraiser

The Race Track Chaplaincy of America (RTCA), in partnership with the National HBPA and Equine Equipment, is pleased to announced a fundraising raffle to help the organization further its goal of serving the racing industry. The RTCA will be selling 200 raffle tickets at $50 each for a chance to win a commercial Toro or […]

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Empire Racing Club Names First Horse Starlit Daydream

The Empire Racing Club, a non-profit organization whose purpose is to introduce fans to racehorse ownership, took another step forward towards putting a contender out on the track by naming it’s very first horse. The Spendthrift Farm-bred bay 2-year-old filly by Can The Man out of Five Star Daydream was named Starlit Daydream, having her […]

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Backside Learning Center Achieves Independent Non-Profit Status

The Backside Learning Center, a community resource center that provides educational, social and family support services to nearly 1000 workers on the backside of Churchill Downs Racetrack, is now officially operating as its own independent non-profit organization. Since its founding in 2004, the BLC has operated under the wing of the Kentucky Derby Museum, with […]

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New England HBPA Announces Plan For Integrated Equestrian Center, Racetrack

Members of the Massachusetts equestrian and agricultural communities, veterinary and agricultural educators, and Thoroughbred racing leaders today announced a vision for the planned Massachusetts Equestrian Center that would bring together equestrian activities including Thoroughbred racing, horse shows, competitions, and clinics, and veterinary care and education, providing a physical home for the Commonwealth’s equestrian community and […]

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Hong Kong Officials Predict First Handle Decline In Ten Years

Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges is predicting the first betting handle decline in the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s last ten years. The CEO told the South China Morning Post that uncertain economic times will likely lead the 2016 decline to be between three and five percent from 2015. The HKJC is a non-profit organization, and donates its surplus […]

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TOO MANY CHEFS FOR RACING’S ‘ALPHABET SOUP’

By Ray Paulick A Paulick Report reader commenting under the pseudonym of “another young owner” made the following observation in connection with yesterday’s article that surveyed top executive salaries at 18 industry non-profit associations: “Over $3.75 million a year and our industry has never been worse off… we have some great leaders!” Actually, the […]

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