Bruss Resigns

National Horseracing AuthorityRobin Bruss has tendered his resignation as a Director of the National Board of Directors of The National Horseracing Authority.  After consideration, the National board accepted his resignation.

Mr Bruss was elected to the National Board in 2006.  During the period that he served as a Director, Mr Bruss Chaired the Graded Races Standing Committee and the Transformation Committee.  He also Chaired investigations into various matters, most notably the Merit Rating System of handicapping.

The National Horseracing Authority expresses its gratitude for the valuable contributions made by Mr Bruss.

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