14th Nov 2019
The Irish National Stud are pleased to announce the students for the 2020 Thoroughbred Breeding Course.
The course which is regarded very highly in the equine industry was once again heavily oversubscribed with applications received from all over the world.
The class of 2020 comprises of students from nine countries including Ireland, United Kingdom, France, Germany, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States of America.
According to Anne Channon, Education Manager ‘This year’s selection process was extremely difficult due to the high calibre of applications that we received, we are really pleased with the selected candidates and I am confident that they will use this opportunity wisely to develop their knowledge and to further their careers in the industry’
The 27 students who will officially commence their training at the County Kildare Stud on January 20th are:
Hannah Airey, NZTBA Scholarship Recipient (New Zealand), Aaron Boland, (Ireland), David Burke (Ireland), Daniel Byrne (Ireland), Honor Clinch (Uk), Justine De Lageneste (France), Mike Doleuze (France), Megan Dreeling (Ireland), Hannah Faber (UK), Anna Fairbank (Uk), Inés Goupil de Bouille (France), Ben Hanley (Ireland), Charles Harris (UK), Michaela Kemp (Canada), Grace Kerr (Ireland), Tyler Maronde (USA), Laura McCrann (Ireland), Laura McNabb, NZTBA Scholarship Recipient (New Zealand), Tom Murphy (Ireland), Ross O’Mahony (Ireland), Stephanie Putsch (Germany), Brittany Reinhardt (South Africa), Ben Swinburn (UK), Rachel Thompson, HTBA Scholarship Recipient (Australia), Stuart Tyrell (Ireland), Constance Vincent (France) and Sydnie Willett (America)
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