Advancements in Wagering Security Took Center Stage in TRPB's Curtis Linnell Conversation with Students

April 9, 2024
Curtis Linnell sitting at table with RTIP students

Lunch at Gentle Bens included a surprise visit by alum Scott Little

Curtis Linnell, Executive V.P. of the Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau, was a guest lecturer in the RTIP classes Wednesday, April 3. He spent the time with the Advanced Racing Laws and Enforcement class explaining the evolution of the TRPB focusing on the current Wagering Analysis & Security Platform (WASP). He shared a few examples of how wagering security has advanced and the steps taken to thwart schemes.

Curtis Linnell speaks to student on campus

In the Race Track Organization, Structure and Financial Management class, Curtis provided an in-depth look at the Tote and Technology currently powering today’s pari-mutuel wagering. He provided several examples of changes in the wagering environment today including the rise in Historic Horse Racing (HHR).