The Commission deems it proper to implement continuous improvement "Kaizen" culture by providing Horse Owners and Trainers innovative options for the delight of "Bayang Karerista" on all Sponsored Charity and for Monday Races.
Shown below are the options 1 to 11 which Horse Owners and Trainers can choose from and participate on these Condition/Monday Races that will be implemented starting month of April.
The newly elected officers of the New Philippine Jockey's Association, Inc. (NPJAI) commencing 2014 took their Oath of Office before Honorable Chairman Angel L. Castaño, Jr., Other honorable Members of the Commission Board present were: Hon. Eduardo B. Jose, Hon. Lyndon Noel B. Guce and Hon. Commissioner/Executive Director Jesus B. Cantos.
The Philippine Racing Commission for the second consecutive assesment/revalidation by the Civil Service Commission has achieved Level II - Accredited Status. The recognition was awarded to the PHILRACOM by the Civil Service Commission at the CSC-NCR/CSC Field Office - Development Bank of the Philippines last February 27, 2013.
Under Memonrandum Circular 3 series of 2012, Agencies succesfully satisfying certain criterias are awarded recognition/status with Levels of Accreditaion by the CSC. The Level II (Accredited) Status are awarded to agencies satisfactory implementing CSC Human Resource Management Systems/Programs and are therefore granted the authority to take final action on appointments.
The wrath of Typhoon YOLANDA which struck our country last November 8, 2013 particularly the Eastern Visayas region has brought tremendous devastation. Billions of resources, infrastructures and houses were ruined; resulting to thousands of death tolls; and for the survivors, a grueling nightmare to recall.
With the collaborative efforts of the National Government, other Non-Government Organizations and support from the rest of the world, the victims of YOLANDA will resurge and find new hope, for them to live a normal life again.
Philippine Horse Racing Thrives, Together We Can Save Lives!
The Philippine Horse Racing Industry profoundly acknowledges the importance of the Philippine Red Cross as the premier humanitarian organization that provides adequate, quality and safe blood supply in order to protect the life and dignity of the countless individuals.
As part of this recognition, the Philippine Horse Racing Industry, through the auspices of the PHILRACOM and the Manila Jockey Club, Inc., donated to the Philippine Red Cross thru the “Blood Samaritan Program” a subsidy to cover for the blood processing fees of our indigent fellowmen.