Eric Hamelback

Vitali Case Gives Congressional Horse Caucus Real-Life Example Of Broken System

It’s time for the Congressional Horse Caucus members to go on a field trip. May I suggest they take a break today from their hard work at the U.S. Capitol and make the short drive up the Baltimore-Washington Parkway to spend an afternoon at Laurel Park in Maryland? They can see first-hand how badly the current structure for […]

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HBPA Told To Fight Back Against ‘Elitists’ In ‘Environment Of Poison’

Eric Hamelback likes to focus on the positive in horse racing. Running his first winter convention as chief executive officer of the National Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association, the former general manager of Frank Stronach’s Adena Springs in Kentucky put together several panels on Thursday’s opening day designed to give HBPA members reassurance that the […]

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Hamelback Appointed New CEO Of National HBPA

The National HBPA has announced the appointment of Eric Hamelback as their new CEO. Eric will assume responsibilities on April 20, 2015 and will succeed Phil Hanrahan, who stepped down earlier this year. Hamelback has most recently been the General Manager for Adena Springs, KY. He was with the Adena Springs team covering 14 of […]

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Eoin Ryan New General Manager at Adena Springs

Frank Stronach’s Adena Springs Farm announced today that Eoin Ryan will assume the position of General Manager. Ryan, a native of County Tipperary, Ireland, spent 11 years with Coolmore America, and most recently managed Glennwood Farm in Versailles, Ky. Ryan will be replacing Eric Hamelback as General Manager.  Hamelback, a current member of the Board of Trustees for TOBA, a […]

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Hamelback, McMahon named to TCA Board of Directors

Thoroughbred Charities of America (TCA) announced today the appointment of Eric Hamelback and Michael McMahon to its Board of Directors.   “We are very pleased to welcome Eric Hamelback and Mike McMahon to the TCA board. Eric and Mike will be a huge asset and I look forward to working with each of them,” said […]

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Stallion farms say stud fees leveling off

Recent declines in stud fees aren’t likely to continue in 2012, according to several prominent stallion farms.  An informal Blood-Horse survey suggests farms believe they’ve given breeders a good chance to make money and will keep fees level: “As far as stud fees for 2012, my prediction would lean toward everything being a bit status […]

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