Andrew Cary, a former partner in the dissolving Select Sales, is launching a new agency, Cary Bloodstock, he announced Tuesday. Cary will begin taking new clients immediately and has already purchased horses at the Fasig-Tipton Winter Mixed Sale under his new banner.
“I’m very blessed and excited for this new opportunity,” Cary said. “We had a fantastic decade together at Select Sales and I’m really looking forward to a new chapter in my life and career. I greatly appreciate the support of my family, friends and clients in this new endeavor.”
Cary moved to Kentucky in 2002 and has worked for Thoroughbred Times, Taylor Made Sales and Hill ‘n’ Dale Farm before joining Select Sales when it started in 2009.
“I’ve been extremely fortunate to learn from some of the best minds in the business during my career: the Taylor brothers, John Sikura and Donato Lanni, Carrie and Craig Brogden, Tom Ryan, Jay Goodwin,” he said. “I’ve been involved with some incredible horses like Ashado and Better than Honour and Tepin, and it really is very gratifying to look back on my experiences. I knew nobody when I moved here in 2002.”
Cary Bloodstock will offer a full range of bloodstock services, including buying and selling horses of all ages, mating analysis and portfolio management. Cary won’t have a consignment of his own, but will funnel the majority of both his personal stock and his clients’ horses through Eaton Sales, where his close friend and former partner Jay Goodwin recently was named account manager.