The Race Track Industry Program at the University of Arizona has announced the line-up of panel sessions and workshops for its upcoming 49th annual Global Symposium on Racing, scheduled to take place from Dec. 4-6 at Loews Ventana Canyon.
“The broad cross-section of North American and international participants, representing all pari-mutuel racing breeds, makes the Global Symposium on Racing the largest industry-wide conference in the world,” said RTIP Chair Robert Hartman. “The panel discussions and workshops, along with networking functions, allow for unique knowledge sharing opportunities.”
The 2023 Symposium will include discussions on subjects like:
HISA in 2024 and Beyond; Computer-Assisted Wagering–The Good, The Bad, and the Future; Land For Sale–How Will Race Track Closures Impact the Industry’s Long-Term Sustainability?;
Embracing Change–Are We Ready to Adopt Category 1 Rules In the US?; Out of the Shadows–Shining a Spotlight on Mental Health and Emotional Wellness; From Data to Dollars–Understanding Horse Racing’s Economic Impact as Racing’s Future is Questioned; Legends of the Game–Racing’s Iconic Turf Writers; Updates & Path Forward–HISA’s Racetrack Safety and Anti-Doping & Medication Control Programs; TPA Mark Kaufman Workshop–Protocols and Communication Strategies for Equine and Jockey Injuries.
Scheduled workshops include: Track Surface Regulatory Requirements; 3rd Annual Racing Secretaries Summit; HISA Workshop for State Regulators and Stewards NTRA/NHC Workshop.
For more information, visit RacingSymposium.com.