Kay, NYRA Execs Meet Media & The Public In Saratoga

A year after his first experience with the intense scrutiny that comes with the opening of the Saratoga Racecourse meet, a more confident, knowledgeable, and experienced Chris Kay once again invited members of the media to discuss the racing season and the future of the New York Racing Association.

Kay took over as NYRA president and CEO on July 1 of last year, barely two weeks before heading upstate to launch the 2013 Saratoga meet. With a year of navigating the leadership of one of racing’s highest-profile circuits under his belt, Kay met July 16 with members of both the press and the public, reiterating by what have over the last year become common themes in his public statements: the three-pronged goal of enhancing the experience of NYRA’s customers; improving the quality of racing; and creating a sustainable business plan for NYRA’s reorganization in 2015, when its term under state control will come to an end.

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