Louise Norman New Interim CEO Of Racehorse Owners' Association

The Racehorse Owners' Association will have a new interim CEO | Horsephotos

Louise Norman, previously the head of ownership with the Racehorse Owner's Association (ROA) is the new interim CEO of the organisation, it announced on Friday. She replaces Charlie Liverton, who has resigned to pursue other opportunities.

ROA president Charlie Parker said, “The ROA Board would like to thank Charlie for his contributions over a number of years to both the ROA itself and the wider racing industry. The Board and I are delighted, and fully supportive of Louise stepping into the role of interim CEO. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge of the industry with her, not just from her head of ownership role with the ROA, but from her previous roles.”

Norman added, “I am very excited to take on this role and lead the ROA's efforts to ensure owners remain paramount in every decision made across the industry. I look forward to working closely with the excellent team at the ROA as we develop our strategy on behalf of our members, ensuring their voices are heard, amplified, and considered and that the value of owners is understood.”

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