The Jockey Club leads or supports several initiatives designed to ensure the integrity of competition and it firmly believes that horses should compete only when free from the influences of medication.

Horse Racing Reform is a national movement of veterinarians, breeders, trainers, owners, bettors, and fans for uniform medication, testing and safety regulations that will provide for safer competition for both human and equine.

The Racing Medication and Testing Consortium develops, promotes and coordinates, at the national level, policies, research and educational programs that seek to ensure the fairness and integrity of racing and the health and welfare of racehorses and participants. In doing so, it protects the interests of the racing public.

The Racing Officials Accreditation Program accredits and provides continuing education to all racing officials, stewards and judges in the horse racing industry. By doing so ROAP is enhancing the image and upholding the integrity of horse racing at all levels. ROAP is a collaborative effort of many organizations representing all types of racing.

Thoroughbred Regulatory Rulings is a searchable database of Thoroughbred trainer regulatory rulings. The database contains rulings related to Thoroughbred horses for the time period beginning January 1, 2005, to the present.