Randazzo Named Jockey Club Steward at NYRA Tracks

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Samantha Randazzo has been named The Jockey Club steward for the New York Racing Association. She takes the place of Dr. Jennifer Durenberger who was appointed as the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority Equine Safety & Welfare Director. The appointment was announced by Stuart S. Janney III, the chairman of The Jockey Club.

“We are pleased for Dr. Durenberger in her new role with HISA,” Janney said. “Samantha's experience as a steward at Finger Lakes and her many years working in the racing industry make her the ideal person to step into the role as The Jockey Club steward for NYRA.”

Randazzo will begin her role as NYRA steward Nov. 25, 2022. She has been The Jockey Club steward at Finger Lakes since Aug. 3, 2020. Prior to that, she was the alternate state steward for the Division of Pari-mutuel Waging for the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Tallahassee, Florida, and also worked in licensing and as a veterinary technician for the department.

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