Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation has no alliance with any one university, so the Foundation is free to fund the best research regardless of where it takes place. Since the early 1980s, the Foundation has funded 335 specific research projects at the 42 universities listed below.
The research today is helping recruit and train the researchers for tomorrow, giving extra impact from the Foundation's funding. Aside from such staff assistance, however, the Foundation does not pay the Principal Investigator's salary or other overhead, therefore directing the dollars right on the target of research.
The important work of the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation is appreciated by anyone
with a love for the horse. Below are video testimonials from prominent individuals in the Thoroughbred industry.
Interview with GJCRF President, Edward L. Bowen
by Keeneland Magazine