Nine Candidates Running For Five Breeders’ Cup Board Seats

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The Breeders’ Cup announced today that there are nine candidates seeking election for five positions to its Board of Directors. Those individuals are as follows:

Barbara Banke

Case Clay

Jerry Crawford*

Roy Jackson*

Michael T. Levy

Bill Oppenheim

J. David Richardson, M.D.

Elliott Walden

Barry Weisbord*

[* Denotes incumbent directors whose terms expire at the July 16 annual meeting of Members.]

Breeders’ Cup Members, comprised of 48 individuals, will determine election of the directors through voting that concludes Tuesday, July 16 at the annual meeting of Members. The election results will be announced following the meeting.

The three persons receiving the most votes will serve four year terms; the person receiving the fourth highest vote count will serve a three year term and the person receiving the fifth highest vote count will serve a one year term.

There are a total of 14 directors on the Breeders’ Cup board, of whom 13 are elected by the Members. The directors not up for election this year are: Helen Alexander, Antony Beck, William S. Farish, Jr., Bret Jones, Tom Ludt (Chairman), Robert T. Manfuso, Clem Murphy and Richard Santulli. The President and CEO, Craig R. Fravel, is an ex officio director with full voting rights.

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  • Ben van den Brink

    Money rules as the BC is an private commercial buisiness. Staying in Santa Anita means supporting the pro lasix exponents, it also means weakening the breed in the long run

    • jorge

      What state will support No Lasix? Take your time to answer. Ok. None

  • Richard C

    Memo to race fans — make the board proud and purchase as many overpriced tickets for the BC as you can…..credit cards are accepted, but syringes filled with Lasix are optional.

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