InCompass Service Connects to Racing Offices

InCompass Service Connects to Racing Offices
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InCompass Solutions Inc. has launched a secure password-protected website through which horsemen can conduct and manage their business with racing offices at tracks across the country.
 
According to a release, through myRacingOffice.com horsemen can verify or amend their contact information, specify which participating tracks receive their contact information and request email receipt of a variety of racing office documents and notices from designated tracks as soon as they become available. The Jockey Club said the services are provided at no cost to racetracks or horsemen and additional services will be offered through the site in the future.
 
Information available via email through the service are: all overnights, overnights only when they are entered, condition books, stakes books, stakes nominations, handicap weights, scratches, results, workouts, carryovers and cancellations.
 
MyRacingOffice.com demonstrates the efficiencies that are available to racetracks and horsemen  through the InCompass network,” said Brad Kimbrell, executive vice president of InCompass, in a statement. “Among the benefits, racetracks will now have current contact information for their horsemen and can automatically push important content out to them based on horsemen’s individual preferences.” 
 
According to the release, myRacingOffice.com also includes links to the InCompass Financial Service system, where horsemen can view and print their horsemen’s bookkeeper statements, account balances and tax forms online, making the site “a logical landing page for horsemen,” said Kimbrell.
 
InCompass, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Jockey Club, is a technology solutions company formed in 2001 to centralize the software applications and systems that serve North American racetracks and simulcast outlets. The InCompass RTO system is installed at virtually every racetrack in North America, and the company is the industry’s largest provider of simulcast program pages through its Simo-Centra service.
 

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