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A pioneer on the online handicapping tournament landscape, McKay Smith was the tournament director of NHCQualify.com from its inception in 2006 to July 2011. After beginning his career in advertising at Leo Burnett USA in Chicago, Smith followed his passion and in 1999 joined Breeders’ Cup Ltd., where he served as Marketing Manager, Director of New Media and Director of Product Development. From 2004-2006, he oversaw day-to-day administration of the National Horseplayers Championship (NHC).
Smith has also been employed as the Senior Director of Marketing for the account wagering company AmericaTab; and as the Vice President of Marketing for Magmic Games, a prominent mobile games publisher.
A graduate of Indiana University, Smith lives in St. Petersburg, Fla., with his wife Indira and son A.J.
Eric Wing has been immersed in horse racing publicity since 1999. He has headed up communications for the National Thoroughbred Racing Association and the New York Racing Association and also served as Advertising Director at Daily Racing Form. Prior to entering the racing industry, Wing spent 13 years as an editor at Reader’s Digest.
Wing lives in North Salem, N.Y., with his wife Mary, his son James and his daughters Meghan and Kelly.
Harry Furlong has worked in Thoroughbred Internet gaming and E-commerce for the past 20 years. Prior to joining HorseTourneys in 2015, Furlong spent 12 years at Churchill Downs, Inc., focusing on marketing and branding initiatives for the company’s key internet properties Brisnet and Twinspires.com.
A Chicago native and a lifelong fan of horse racing, Furlong resides in Gulfport, Fla., with his wife Gina.
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