MGC welcomes Carol Malcolm as Racing Division’s Chief Pari-Mutuel Officer!

MGC in conjunction with its Racing Division named Carol Malcolm as Chief Pari-Mutuel Officer. Malcolm is a nationally-established and accredited pari-mutuel officer who has 20 years of horse racing experience.

Ms. Malcolm will report to the Director of Racing and provide daily administrative and organizational support to enable MGC’s Racing Division to enforce Massachusetts pari-mutuel and simulcasting laws and regulations, records management, and related operational support.

MGC’s Director of Racing, Jennifer Durenberger, stated: “MGC is pleased to welcome Ms. Malcolm who actually began her remarkably extensive career right here in Massachusetts at the former Foxborough Park.  Since departing the Commonwealth over 20 years ago, Malcolm has held diverse titles at racetracks across the country including Stakes Administrator, Director of Simulcasting and Assistant Director of Operations and Simulcast Manager,” Director Durenberger added, “Ms. Malcolm’s long-time expertise in the area of pari-mutuel operations will be a major asset to MGC’s newly formed Racing Division as we enhance operations with new technology, develop and implement  new regulations and prepare to begin an extensive review of existing pari-mutuel and simulcasting regulations and tote and wagering security protocols.”

Recently, Malcolm received her ROAP (Racing Officials Accreditation Program) accreditation and worked as an associate judge in Florida and Minnesota. 

Prior to being appointed MGC Pari-Mutuel Officer, Malcolm served in several diverse positions in the horse racing industry such as:  Assistant Race Secretary and Paddock Supervisor at the Buffalo Raceway in Hamburg, New York; Associate Judge at the Running Aces Harness Park in Minnesota; Simulcast Manager and Paddock Judge at the Isle Casino and Racing in Pompano, Florida; Stakes Administrator at The Red Mile in Lexington, Kentucky and other key operational positions.

As MGC’s Chief Pari-Mutuel Officer, Malcolm will specifically be responsible for reviewing simulcast and tote provider contracts, reviewing pari-mutuel and simulcast regulations, working closely with the audit department and reviewing tote security and wagering protocols.

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