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Reid Promoted By National Steeplechase Association

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Down Royal is shown here running in third position at the Far Hills Race Meeting on Oct. 21, 2017. She went on to place second and followed up with a win at Charleston four weeks later. Credits: Lillian Shupe
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Courtney C. Reid, a member of the National Steeplechase Association headquarters team since November 2015, has been promoted to Manager of Racing Operations.

NSA President Guy Torsilieri announced the promotion saying, “In a short period, Courtney has become a very important asset to the NSA and steeplechasing. She is extraordinarily competent, a very quick study and has brought much needed technological skills to our racing operation.”

Reid, a native of Williamsburg, Va., earned an undergraduate degree from James Madison University and a master's degree from Liberty University. Previously she was employed by the Virginia Racing Commission.

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During her tenure at the NSA, Reid has graduated from the Racing Officials Accreditation Program's steward's school and become an accredited steward. She has also worked in the racing offices of the New York Racing Association and the Breeders' Cup.

“I'm both grateful and flattered that the NSA Board has acknowledged my efforts with a promotion and a new title. Thoroughbred racing is my passion, and while steeplechasing represents a small segment of the industry, it is steeped in tradition and plays an important role in Thoroughbred history.”

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