"I think it is," Janney said. "It's better quality racing. If you think about it. What happens when racing sort of spirals downward, you don't have the same purse structure, so that's not attractive. Because you don't have as good a purse structure, you don't have the same quality of horses on the grounds, so the racing secretary can't write great races. So, if you do have a good horse, you don't get the opportunity to run it because the races won't fill for that kind of horse. And then, pretty soon, the jockeys all say 'Well, I can do better somewhere else,' and the jockey colony goes down. It all feeds on itself."