Consignors and Commercial Breeders Association Installs New Board Members

CBA President Walker Hancock | Fasig-Tipton

The Consignors and Commercial Breeders Association (CBA), whose 300-strong membership accounts for over 80% of the annual auction revenue in North America, elected new officers and board members at a recent meeting, the organization said in a release Wednesday evening.

The CBA's 15-member Board features eight members from the top 20 consignors and seven members from other consignors and commercial breeders. Each year, a portion of the Board completes their term and new members fill the positions. Joining the board for 2024 will be Lakota Gibson (Gainesway), Jill Gordon (Highgate Sales), Robyn Murray (Coolmore), and Hunter Simms (Warrendale Sales).

“I'd like to thank Liz Crow, Conrad Bandoroff, Adrian Regan, and Sean Tugel for their service to the CBA over the last three years,” said CBA President Walker Hancock. “Their input and participation has been invaluable and has helped increase the CBA's reputation throughout the industry. We look forward to welcoming the new board members as we continue to strive to better serve all consignors and breeders.”

Continuing their terms on the Board are Carrie Brogden (Machmer Hall Sales), Neal Clarke (Atlas Farm/Bedouin Bloodstock), Pat Costello (Paramount Sales), Tommy Eastham (Legacy Bloodstock), Lynn Hancock (Stone Farm), Walker Hancock (Claiborne Farm), Scott Mallory (Scott Mallory, Agent), Samantha McGreevy (Taylor Made), Allaire Ryan (Lane's End), Rob Tribbett (Watercress Farm), and Caroline Wilson (SF Bloodstock).

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