With handicapping tournaments taking off in popularity, learn more about how to win big from the top tournament players in the country.
Young and emerging professionals from across the racing spectrum talk about getting their foot in the door and offer ideas to those looking to start a career in the sport. America's Best Racing's Dan Tordjman moderates.
Examining how coverage of racing has evolved and the role of the journalist/analyst in thoroughbred racing today. HRRN's Mike Penna moderates.
What’s it like to hit a massive pick 6, or win a national handicapping tournament? You’ll find out from these handicappers who have had some of racing’s biggest scores. Daily Racing Form's Matt Bernier moderates.
Hall of Fame jockey Ramon Dominguez and legendary race caller Tom Durkin sign autographs inside the Equestricon™ Legends of Racing hub.
Enjoy a day at the races with other Equestricon attendees in the Top of the Stretch area at Saratoga Racecourse! You will be joined by handicappers and analysts who will offer tips and advice for playing the races. Attendees will also receive limited-edition giveaways with their ticket purchase. Food and drink not included, but will be available for purchase at vendor stands around the track.
Hit the Sagamore Social Lounge for a networking session with young racing professionals from all areas of the industry and learn more about how to get involved in racing.
Meet the people behind this innovative co-ownership group in Equestricon's Showcase Hub.
Perspectives: Social Media in Horse Racing Presented by the Maryland Horse Breeders Association and Jim McKay Maryland Million Day
Discussion on how social media is changing the way racing connects with its fans and affects the interaction between those “inside” and “outside” the game.
Chosen based on the input of fans, this panel will bring together a range of personalities to debate the merits of the greatest horses and humans in racing history. Who is the best turf horse of all time? The greatest miler? How about the best big race rider? The greatest filly or mare of all time? Panelists will make their case and audience members can weigh in too. TVG's Matt Carothers moderates the panel, which is open to all attendees of the convention.
Trade stories and shout-outs with your fellow racing ‘grammers inside the Sagamore Social Lounge.
Connections talk about the thrill of winning some of the biggest races the sport has to offer, and recount the journeys leading up to their big wins. NTRA's Jim Mulvihill moderates.
Three Triple-Crown-winning jockeys speak about their experiences capturing one of the hardest titles in professional sports. Hear stories from the riders of Secretariat, Seattle Slew, and Affirmed. NBC Sports' Donna Brothers moderates.
Q&A: The Breeding Game Presented by The New York Thoroughbred Breeding and Development Fund and NYBREDS.com
Panelists representing various positions in the breeding industry discuss their roles, outlooks, and strategies and take questions from the audience.
New technologies constantly change the landscape in handicapping. Representatives from several organizations explain and demonstrate their new products.
Leading trainers share stories of their successes and challenges and how those experiences shaped their perspective on the sport. NYRA's Andy Serling moderates.
At every level of the game, members of the Hispanic community play a significant role in the sport of racing. Panelists discuss their experiences building a career in the racing world. HRRN's Roberto Rodriguez moderates.
Come hang out for a while in the Sagamore Social Lounge, while networking with young racing professionals from all corners of the sport.
Former NHL Star and NBC Broadcasting personality Eddie Olczyk signs autographs inside the Equestricon™ Legends of Racing hub.
Interested in owning a racehorse? Heads of several racing partnerships explain how you can get in the game with a lower barrier to entry through fractional ownership. TVG's Caton Bredar moderates.
The Backstretch Employee Service Team (B.E.S.T.) presents a video demonstrating its efforts to improve the lives of backstretch workers at New York racetracks. Larry Collmus, the voice of NYRA, the Triple Crown and Breeders' Cup on NBC, will participate in the awareness-building seminar.
A discussion of American racing’s place in the global racing scene. What do we do right and what could we learn from other racing jursidictions? The Hong Kong Jockey Club's Pat Cummings moderates.