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JOCKEY CLUB NAMES IULIANO VP OF REGISTRATION SERVICES

The Jockey Club has announced the appointment of Matt Iuliano as vice president, registration services.

Iuliano, who most recently served in several management capacities at Churchill Downs, will assume his new post on July 2.

Making the announcement, Jockey Club executive vice president and executive director, Gary Carpenter, said Iuliano's extensive background in track and farm management would help facilitate the implementation of current and future Jockey Club initiatives.

"Matt's ability to bring people together to develop strategies and implement solutions will be a valuable asset in our ongoing commitment to enhance service to all owners and breeders," he said. "We are fortunate and excited to have on board someone with his successful track record, both as a breeding farm manager and as a racing executive."

Iuliano, 42, joined Churchill Downs in 1989 as a financial analyst. Among his many responsibilities were the assessment of the financial impact of potential acquisitions, strategic partnerships and legislative initiatives. In 1996, he created a new Information Technology department and served as its director and vice president. Under his leadership, the department integrated emerging data and voice technology into Churchill Downs' operations.

His last position was chief operating officer of Charlson Broadcast Technologies, a Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) company. Prior to joining Churchill Downs, Iuliano spent seven years as director and operations manager of Lasma East, the largest and most recognized Arabian horse farm at the time, in LaGrange, Kentucky. He received a B.S. in Agriculture and M.S. in Physiology and Biophysics from Colorado State University before earning a M.B.A. and J.D. from the University of Louisville.

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