AHR has introduced race course tours

AHR has introduced race course tours

Amplify Horse Racing has a new campaign that will help educate younger generations about the importance of horse racing. The non-profit organization has opened registration for behind-the-curtains educational tours at the historic race course for youth and young adults. In August, there will be programming in New York.

AHR is dedicated to providing education, mentorship and career opportunities for youth and young adults in the Thoroughbred industry. It invites all newcomers, as well as partnering with existing educational initiatives, such as the Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) Foundation, and creating new resources to further advance the sport.

Everyone interested in the industry is invited to join it at the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame on August 1, 2022, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. There is a presentation on education, workforce and international opportunities in the Thoroughbred sport. The non-profit and Together for Racing International will host it.

An all-day behind-the-scenes educational tour experience for children and young adults will also be run by the organization. August 10, 12, 17, and 19 will be the dates for the “Experience Saratoga”. Participants will be able to speak with many racing pros throughout the day while also being able to spectate morning training and day racing at the NMR HOF.

The Cornell Cooperative Extension service will have a partnership with Amplify Horse Racing for this year’s tours. Several youths will be selected to join the Advanced equine program, which will allow them to complete assignments and learn valuable leadership skills.

On August 21, 2022, from 10 a.m. to around 2 p.m., AHP will be presented at the Saratoga County Horse Farm Tour. The event is open to the public and is an adult education program in the Capital Region. Many farms from the region will be featured.

Fans of the horse racing industry and bettors who like to wager on races are in for a treat as the summer meet at the Saratoga Race Course kicks off this week. There will be 77 stakes events on NYRA’s track, and it will be highlighted by the Grade 1, US$ 1.25 million Runhappy Travers and the Grade 1, US$1 million Whitney.

The New York Racing Association recently hosted a ceremony for the multi-purpose center at the track. The New York Race Track Chaplaincy of America will be the focus of the center, and it will be located inside the Gate 6 entrance of the track. According to the association, it should be finished this fall.

The Paulick Report reported on themplify Horse Racing announcing their programming.


Amplify Horse Racing (AHR), a non-profit organisation devoted to providing Thoroughbred industry education, mentorship and career opportunities for youth and young adults, has announced a new campaign. The organisation has opened registrations for behind-the-curtains educational tours at the historic Saratoga Race Course for youth and young adults. There will also be programming in August in Saratoga Springs, New York.