Wagering Markets Course Interviews to Benefit TRF

Marshall Gramm | Coady

In partnership with Mill Ridge Farm and In the Money Media Network, Marshall Gramm of Rhodes College will be releasing interviews from his “The Economics of Racetrack Wagering Markets” course to benefit the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation. The 10 interviews, recorded in the spring of 2022, were conducted with handicappers, figure makers, horsemen and more to provide valuable insight into the sport of horse racing.

“I've never had a course before where I could reach out to knowledgeable experts to aid in helping my students more understand racing,” Gramm said.

Sponsorship money collected from Mill Ridge Farm will be split between In the Money Media and their founding partners, the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation.

“It's great working with our friends at Mill Ridge who are committed to fostering the connection between the breeding side of business and horseplayers,” said In the Money Media co-founder, Peter Thomas Fornatale. “It's also a pleasure to be partnered with Marshall, who in addition to his skills as a bettor and owner, is also a great interviewer. Though I do worry he'll put me out of a job.”

Gramm's wide-ranging expertise of the racing industry has translated into him being the winner of the 2020 Breeders Cup Betting Challenge, co-founding the ownership group Ten Strike Racing, and being a board member of many industry organizations.

“There is not a more qualified instructor than a BCBC champion,” Price Bell of Mill Ridge Farm said. “We have long admired the perspective Professor Marshall Gramm brings to our industry. We are excited to partner with him, In the Money Media, and TRF to share this exciting content.”

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