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presentation in pdf format - ARC ISTANBUL 2012

Friday, July 20, 12


GuySargentFriday, July 20, 12


Presentation to the34th Asian Racing ConferenceBilateral Exchange andSupport Programmefor ARF Emerging CountriesJuly 2012Guy SargentFriday, July 20, 12


ARF Objective 3 (of 5)‘To encourage and developmutually beneficial objectivesand strategies between racingorganisations, withoutdiscrimination, to aid thedevelopment of horseracing.’Presentation to 34th ARCFriday, July 20, 12


Objectives Agreed at Paris Meeting2.10.20101. Build stronger representation and involvement within the ARF andthe ARF ExCo2. Promote the value of Emerging Countries within the ARF3. Improve understanding of issues Emerging Countries face and howother ARF members might be able to assist4. Facilitate cross-border relationships and specific regionalpartnershipsPresentation to 34th ARCFriday, July 20, 12


ARF Development Initiatives To Date1. ARF Emerging Country Representative on 11-seat IFHA ExCo2. JRA ARF Study Programme – Specialised & General3. Ciaran Kennelly contracted to help position & prepare EmergingCountries and their major races for potential promotion4. 3 top races in Qatar promoted to Part II of the Blue Book5. Indian & Japanese development of first Omani Stud Book6. ARF consultation to the Federation of Mongolian Horse Racing7. 10 senior Mongolian racing officials to JapanPresentation to 34th ARCFriday, July 20, 12


Example of Emerging ARF Member: Mongolia1. 2.9 million people & 3 million horses (300 thoroughbreds)2. 5 regional race tracks3. No betting4. 50,000 Members, 40,000 Trainers, 30,000 Riders5. Associate membership of ARF6. Associate Membership/Observer IFHA7. Regional racing 6 times a year at 3,000m-10,000m8. Prize money US$2.8 million9. Festival 11th & 12th July - 100,000 horses compete at several venues with up to 1,000horses in each racePresentation to 34th ARCFriday, July 20, 12


Race Stand In Mongolia under ConstructionPresentation to 34th ARCFriday, July 20, 12


ARF Support Programme Application CriteriaARF Bilateral Exchange & Support Programme applications must meet the following:1. Requests that are submitted by the ARF-recognised National Racing GoverningBody2. Requests that have a specific and achievable objective(s)3. Requests that offer measurable results4. Requests that are in keeping with the ARF Support Programme terms ofreferencePresentation to 34th ARCFriday, July 20, 12


ARF Bilateral Exchange & Support PlanThe aim of the ARF Bilateral Exchange & Support Plan is:‘to provide Emerging Countries with the tools to develop racing in their own country in asustainable, structured, progressive and professional manner’This assistance takes the form of:1. Consultancy Services2. Technical Support Programmes3. Scholarship ProgrammesThis ARF support programme will be centrally managed by New Zealand ThoroughbredRacingPresentation to 34th ARCFriday, July 20, 12


Support Application Process1. Emerging Country applies for support to NZTR on prescribed Application Form, toinclude initial:•Project outline•Proposed scope of support•Recommended timeline•Measures of success•Commitment from Emerging Country2. NZTR consults with applicant and scopes out project requirements in detail anddraws up Project Plan3. NZTR consults with other ExCo members and recommends ‘best fit’ Supporting Jurisdiction(Permanent ExCo Members: Australia, Hong Kong, India, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, SouthAfrica, UAE)Presentation to 34th ARCFriday, July 20, 12


Support Application Process (continued)4. Application and terms of engagement forwarded to preferred Supporting Jurisdictionfor initial assessment and feedback5. Preferred Supporting Jurisdiction to consider application and determine level of supportto ensure this matches the needs of Emerging Country and goals are realisticE.g.: Supporting Country offers to provide one-month Integrity Unit internship toStipendiary Steward from Emerging Country, to include all living costs & travel withinSupporting Country.Emerging Country commits to provide return flights.Presentation to 34th ARCFriday, July 20, 12


Support Application Process (continued)6. NZTR works with both jurisdictions to finalise:• MOU to ensure each country’s aims & commitment including inventory of support and• procedures• Programme of work• Measurement criteria• Monitoring and reporting process7. Review: Both the Supporting Country and the Emerging Country assess theproject and report to ExCo within defined timelineApplication Forms are availablePresentation to 34th ARCFriday, July 20, 12


Presentation to the34th Asian Racing ConferenceBilateral Exchange andSupport Programmefor ARF Emerging CountriesJuly 2012Guy SargentFriday, July 20, 12


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