Walker Hancock Named CBA President

Walker Hancock | Fasig-Tipton photo

The Consignors and Commercial Breeders Association (CBA) has named new officers and board members for 2023, including the move of Claiborne Farm's Walker Hancock from vice president to president. Rob Tribbett of Watercress Farm will serve as vice president, while Stone Farm's Lynn Hancock has been named treasurer and outgoing president Allaire Ryan will continue to serve the organization as past president.

“The CBA is very appreciative of Allaire's work and progress she made during her time as president,” said the new president. “She took the CBA to a new level and I'm pleased to continue to work with her as she takes on her new roll as past president. I look forward to embracing the many challenges ahead and will work hard to represent all consignors and breeders in hopes of making the sales space better for everyone involved.”

New board members for 2023 will be Scott Mallory (Scott Mallory, Agent), Samantha McGreevy (Taylor Made Sales), and Caroline Wilson (SF Bloodstock). Those continuing to serve include all of the officers, as well as Conrad Bandoroff (Denali Stud), Carrie Brogden (Machmer Hall Sales), Neal Clarke (Atlas Farm/Bedouin Bloodstock), Pat Costello (Paramount Sales), Liz Crow (ELiTE Sales), Tommy Eastham (Legacy Bloodstock), Adrian Regan (Hunter Valley Farm), and Sean Tugel (Eclipse Thoroughbred Partners). The board consists of 15 members with eight from the top 20 consignors by sales and seven from other consignors and commercial breeders. Each year a portion of the board rotates off and new board members are appointed to fill those positions.

For more information on the CBA, visit consignorsandbreeders.com.

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