America’s Best Racing is a multi-media new fan development and awareness-building platform, initiated by The Jockey Club, designed to increase the profile and visibility of North America’s best Thoroughbred racing events, with a primary focus on the sport’s lifestyle and competition.

Its motto is “Live it, love it, play it, share it.”

Coady Photography is a family-owned business that takes pride in capturing racing’s exciting, beautiful and memorable moments.

Operating at more than 25 racetracks, Coady Photography offers win photos, commemorative items, holiday gifts, posters, prints, calendars and more.

Equibase Company LLC is a general partnership of subsidiaries of the TRA and The Jockey Club. The Company was formed in 1991 to provide the Thoroughbred racetracks of North America with a uniform, industry-owned database of racing information and statistics. In 1998, Equibase became the sole data collection agency and provider of racing data to the Daily Racing Form.

Horse Races Now‘s mission is bring racing fans an easy-to-use mobile application that allows the user to follow their favorites through push notification reminders, with a full complement of live racing feeds, race replays, current news and handicapping tools. By allowing current and potential fans easy access to watch horse racing whenever and wherever they go, the industry as a whole will benefit.

Since its foundation, The Jockey Club has been dedicated to the improvement of Thoroughbred breeding and racing.

The Jockey Club companies provide the industry with a wide range of products and services. Profits from the commercial entities enable The Jockey Club to provide financial support to important industry initiatives and to oversee its two charities,

Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation, which is the nation’s leading source of equine research funding, and The Jockey Club Safety Net Foundation, which provides financial relief to needy members of the Thoroughbred industry and their families.

The Jockeys Guild is dedicated to the health and safety of professional Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse Jockeys in North America.

The Jockeys Guild was founded in 1940 by leading jockeys of the turf, prominent among them being Eddie Arcaro, Don Meade, John Longden, Lester Haas, Alfred Robertson, Lester Balaski, Charlie Kurtsinger, Carroll Bierman, Ray Workman, Harry Richards, Irving Anderson, John Pollard, Maurice Peters, George Seabo and Sam Renick.

Today, the organization is a leading advocate for the safety and well-being of all jockeys.

The National Museum of Racing fosters education and understanding of Thoroughbred racing by providing public access to equine art, artifacts, memorabilia, film, video, books and historical archives.

The Museum collects, preserves, researches, interprets and exhibits the entire spectrum of Thoroughbred racing, enhanced by interactive displays. Further, the Museum is the Official National Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame honoring Horses, Trainers, and Jockeys.

Founded in 1998, the National Thoroughbred Racing Association is a broad-based coalition of horse racing interests consisting of leading Thoroughbred racetracks, owners, breeders, trainers, horseplayers and affiliated horse racing associations, charged with increasing the popularity of horse racing and improving economic conditions for industry participants.

The NTRA oversees a number of properties—including the Eclipse Awards and the Daily Racing Form/NTRA National Handicapping Championship, presented by Sovereign Stable and Treasure Island Las Vegas—that offer advertising opportunities targeted to industry participants and consumers.

The Paulick Report covers all aspects of the world of Thoroughbred racing.

Ray Paulick and his expert team offer timely news, accurate reporting and in-depth features about the horses, the people and the business of racing.

The Thoroughbred Racing Associations (TRA) was formed in 1942 when World War II threatened to force a halt to all racing in the country.

Through the years, the TRA has played a leading role in the establishment of many programs beneficial to the racing industry. The TRA website, tra-online.com, offers a host of services, primarily to TRA racetracks, but also to the industry as a whole.

Turf Publicists of America is open to anyone whose profession involves working in publicity, public relations or marketing for a Thoroughbred racing association or related business in North America.

The TPA exchanges knowledge and ideas of all phases of Thoroughbred racing publicity, public relations and marketing work to assist each member in the discharge of his or her duties.

It presents the prestigious Big Sport of Turfdom Award each year.