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  • NTRA Annual Report 2015-2016

    NTRA Report Points to Steady Organization

    One of the highlights of the National Thoroughbred Racing Association annual report for fiscal year 2015-2016 is the feedback generated in its efforts to update rules on reporting and withholding of big pari-mutuel winning tickets.

  • Hip No. 7, a Macho Uno filly, is one of 7 juveniles, who worked eighth of a mile in :9 4/5.

    F-T March Bellwether for Juvenile Sales

    The North American Thoroughbred industry will be watching with rapt attention Wednesday, March 2, when Fasig-Tipton launches the 2-year-olds in training sale season with the March sale at Gulfstream Park.

  • Annual Report shakes free from King Kranz to win the Futurity Stakes<br><a target="blank" href="http://photos.bloodhorse.com/AtTheRaces-1/At-the-Races-2015/i-CZjzSC3">Order This Photo</a>

    Annual Report Rallies to Futurity Score

    Annual Report was in tight at the break and trailed the field early on, but the 2-year-old colt rallied with a big late run to win the $200,000 Futurity Stakes (gr. II) Oct 17 at Belmont Park.

  • Manhattan Dan (right) finished 3rd in the Summer Stakes Sept. 12 at Woodbine.

    Six Look to Make Grade in Futurity

    All six entrants in the $200,000 Futurity Stakes (gr. II) will be seeking their first graded victory Oct. 17 at Belmont Park, but only two carry graded experience.

  • Report Reflects Competition Faced by Delaware

    Total on-site pari-mutuel wagering at Delaware Park in 2013 totaled $149.2 million, down 4.1% from $155.5 million in 2012, according to the annual report released Feb. 6 by the Delaware Thoroughbred Racing Commission.

  • NTRA president and chief executive officer Alex Waldrop

    NTRA: Balanced Budget, Board Changes in Works

    Operating revenue for the National Thoroughbred Racing Association was down 45.2% in 2009 from 2008, but expenses were down 47.5% year-to-year, leading the organization to suggest it should have a balanced budget for 2010.

  • NTRA Releases Annual Report

    The National Thoroughbred Racing Association has budgeted $65.6 million in operating revenue for 2005, according to the organization's annual report, which was released Thursday.

  • NTRA Annual Report: Revenue Should Increase

    The National Thoroughbred Racing Association anticipates bottom-line revenue for 2004 will come in at $400,000, up from $307,895 in 2003. Total operating revenues are expected to increase by more than $6 million this year.

  • NTRA Revenues: From Red to Black in 2000

    The National Thoroughbred Racing Association in 2000 had $4.81 million in operating revenue over operating expenses, compared with a $1.82 million deficit in operating revenue in 1999. That's a swing of $6.6 million to the positive side of the fiscal ledger.