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Symposium panel urges lower takeouts
Posted: Tue Dec 05, 2017 6:04 pm
A succession of racing analysts appearing on a Tuesday panel at the University of Arizona Global Symposium on Racing urged racetracks in the U.S. to lower takeout rates for single-race bets such as win and exacta wagers in order to reverse protracted declines in betting on horse racing.
http://www.drf.com/news/symposium-panel ... takeouts-0
Re: Symposium panel urges lower takeouts
Posted: Thu Dec 07, 2017 8:59 pm
The Race Track Industry Program (RTIP) has gained worldwide recognition for its annual Global Symposium on Racing held in Tucson, Arizona each December since 1974. The Symposium attracts attendees representing Thoroughbred, Standardbred, American Quarter Horse, Greyhound, and Racino interests from across the United States and internationally. Topics presented during the Symposium include issues and trends of importance to the pari-mutuel industry such as international simulcasting, account wagering, marketing, track surfaces, track operations, new technologies and regulation. Symposium speakers and panel sessions represent the Who's Who of the racing industry as well as specialists from outside the field. 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 conference in the world.
Just curious......what do you remember most about the 43 year history of the annual Arizona Symposium?