Being a jock’s agent is a selfish business. Law is anything but a selfish business, and it has saved me emotionally and spiritually. I am learning something every day, and I just love the arena. In a courtroom or arbitration, people of different opinions can get along. They respect each other. That’s not always the case at the racetrack.

Drew Mollica, an agent to horse racing jockeys, who decided at age 47 to go to law school. He graduated from Hofstra Law School in 2010 and has now carved out a niche as a “racetrack lawyer.”


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