Scott J. Daruty is the President of Monarch Content Management, LLC and Elite Turf Club. In addition, Mr. Daruty serves as Senior Vice President of Los Angeles Turf Club, Incorporated, which operates the historic Santa Anita Park racetrack in Arcadia, California. Monarch Content Management acts as the simulcast purchase and sales agent for more than one dozen premier North American racetracks, including Santa Anita Park, Gulfstream Park, Del Mar, Golden Gate Fields, Monmouth Park and Pimlico Race Course. Monarch Content Management sells horse racing content from its stable of racetracks to a variety of domestic and international wagering outlets, including racetracks, casinos, off-track wagering facilities, and advance deposit wagering companies. Monarch Content Management also purchases horse racing content from other content producers for distribution to its member racetracks and to its affiliated advance deposit wagering companies, XpressBet and 1/ST Bet. Elite Turf Club is a high-volume wagering platform that offers bespoke services to professional horseplayers wagering into the pari-mutuel pools of North American racetracks, as well as other racing markets around the world. Monarch Content Management and Elite Turf Club are both subsidiaries of 1/ST Racing & Gaming. Mr. Daruty has spent more than 20 years working as an executive in the racing and gaming industries. His tenure in racing and gaming began when he joined Magna Entertainment Corp. (the predecessor company of 1/ST Racing & Gaming) as Chief U.S. Counsel upon its inception as a public company in early 2000. From 2007 until 2015, Mr. Daruty served as the President of the HRTV horseracing television network. Prior to joining Magna Entertainment, Mr. Daruty practiced law with O’Melveny & Myers LLP, where he represented Magna Entertainment in all of its racetrack acquisitions. Mr. Daruty received his law degree from UCLA, and his B.S. in chemistry from U.C. Irvine. Mr. Daruty resides in Newport Beach, California with his wife, Diane. They have two grown children.