The Jockey Club Gallery

Jockey Club Gallery (Bob Mayberger)
The Jockey Club Gallery, screenshot of interactive kiosk, National Museum of Racing

Since 1894, The Jockey Club's primary responsibility has been the maintenance of "The American Stud Book," ensuring the integrity of the Thoroughbred breed in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. The new Jockey Club Gallery transforms the Museum's previous changing special exhibition space (Contemporary Racing Gallery) into a new exhibition devoted to The Jockey Club and its contributions to racing in America. As part of the Hall of Fame Education Experience, The Jockey Club Gallery features artifacts and archival materials from The Jockey Club's collection on loan to the Museum and two interactive touchscreen stations filled with multimedia content on the history of the organization, the services it provides the racing industry, selected race footage and statistics, and the digitized certificates of registration and foal photographs (submitted in the registration process) of some of the sport's greatest thoroughbreds.

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