Japan Racing Association Named Official Partner Of International Conference Of Horseracing Authorities

The Japan Racing Association (JRA) has become the official partner of the 55th International Conference of Horseracing Authorities, which is organized by the International Federation of Horseracing Authorities (IFHA). The conference is customarily held at the beginning of October.

The first International Conference of Horseracing Authorities was organized and hosted by the Société d’Encouragement in Paris, France, on October 9, 1967. In 1993 the IFHA was funded with amalgamating around sixty members and since 1994, the annual conference has been organized by the IFHA at France Galop.

This official partnership will contribute to the further development of international horse racing and international cooperation.

Additionally, as part of the partnership, the JRA will promote Japanese racing on the IFHA’s website and social media channels.

“We are pleased to have the JRA become our partner for the Federation’s signature conference,” said IFHA Chairman Louis Romanet. “Our conference, which traditionally is held in Paris, was virtual in 2020 due to COVID-19, but we are hopeful that it will be able to return to its traditional format this year.”

“The JRA is delighted to be the partner of the International Conference of Horseracing Authorities,” said JRA President and CEO Masayuki Goto. “For more than 50 years, the International Horse Racing Conference has played a major role in the development of the global horse racing industry and enables delegates from all over the world, as well as a number of other racing executives, to exchange information, provide mutual assistance and promote joint research. By becoming a partner of the historical IFHA Conference, JRA hopes to contribute to the further development of international horse racing.”

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