NYRA Launches New Site

24 Mar

The New York Racing Association, NYRA, is responsible for the three biggest New York State thoroughbred racing tracks. It was founded in 1955 and is contracted to run Aqueduct Racetrack, Belmont Park, and Saratoga Race course until the year 2033. NYRA heads up an industry that brings in over $2 billion for the state every year. It is headed by president and Chief Operating Officer Ellen McClain and has a diverse board that includes members like Bobby Flay, David Skorton, Leonard Riggio, Stuart Janney III, Jane Rosenthal, Michael Dubb and Earle Mack.

 

Now, through the help of Americaneagle.com, NYRA has launched a brand new website. The new site is updated to include easier access to important pages and links, photo galleries, social plugins, racing information, videos, and more. It is also mobile-friendly for those racing fans that are on the go.

 

“We are thrilled to debut a wholly redesigned and mobile-enabled NYRA.com,” NYRA President and Chief Operating Officer Ellen McClain said. “The new site combines design, technology and deep racing knowledge to deliver an intuitive display of relevant information, including an extensive video library, for fans, handicappers and horsemen alike.”

 

Americaneagle.com is a web design, development and hosting company that was founded in 1978. With over 200 professional employees and offices nationwide, it has over 5,000 clients. The New York Giants, NASCAR, the Chicago Bears, and the U.S. Army are a few among many who have contracted Americaneagle.com.

 

Perhaps the best new feature for the new NYRA site is its integration with Equibase Company LLC, which will keep the site updated with current statistics and data on workouts, results, leaderboards, and more.

 

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