At 2018 Round Table, The Jockey Club outlined initiatives to strengthen horse racing.
Jockey Club chairman Stuart Janney III showed up at the The Jockey Club's Round Table Conference on Matters Pertaining to Racing with rolled-up sleeves.
While Janney most assuredly looked as sharp as ever in a gray suit, dark blue tie, and lighter blue shirt at the Round Table Aug. 12 at the Gideon Putnam Hotel in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.—where about 300 Jockey Club members and industry leaders gathered—rolled-up sleeves captured the spirit of the morning.
In a sport that in recent years has ended handle declines but failed to see growth, Janney outlined an initiative that The Jockey Club plans to support to put horse racing on the upswing by bringing in new fans, improving racing's wagering product, and increasing ownership participation.
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