NTRA, Dean Dorton Undertake Nationwide Survey On Thoroughbred Farm Compensation

The National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) in conjunction with the accounting and business advisory firm, Dean Dorton, is undertaking a nationwide survey focused on Thoroughbred horse farm employee compensation. The survey includes questions related to average hourly and salary pay rates for various positions, bonuses, health insurance, housing, visa programs, internships, retirement plans and more.

All Thoroughbred farm owners are encouraged to complete this survey, which will allow the NTRA and Dean Dorton to compare and share state-specific results to those of the nationwide respondents. All information from specific respondents will remain completely anonymous.

The deadline to complete the survey is Tuesday, July 20. The survey is available at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/thoroughbredfarmcompensation2021

About the NTRA
The NTRA, based in Lexington, Ky., is a broad-based coalition of more than 100 horse racing interests and thousands of individual stakeholders consisting of horseplayers, racetrack operators, owners, breeders, trainers and affiliated horse racing associations, charged with increasing the popularity, welfare and integrity of Thoroughbred racing through consensus-based leadership, legislative advocacy, safety and integrity initiatives, fan engagement and corporate partner development. The NTRA owns and manages the NTRA Safety & Integrity Alliance; NTRA.com; the Eclipse Awards; the National Handicapping Championship; NTRA Advantage, a corporate partner sales and sponsorship program; and Horse PAC®, a federal political action committee. NTRA press releases appear on NTRA.com, Twitter (@ntra) and Facebook (facebook.com/1NTRA).

About Dean Dorton
For more than 35 years, Dean Dorton has served a broad spectrum of people and organizations involved in the equine industry, from small boarding farms to large multi-departmental farms involved in boarding, breeding, selling, and stallion management; from racing stables to a racetrack; from bloodstock agents to equine veterinary firms; and from industry associations to equine insurance agencies. For more information visit www.deandorton.com.

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