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New website for TBV

tbv-logoThoroughbred Breeders’ Victoria launched a new website this week alongside the 2014 Melbourne Premier Yearling Sales at Oaklands, where Victorian vendors have been dominating, selling nine of the Top 10 yearlings on the leaderboard last Sunday.

“There’s a positive vibe in Victoria and we have seen that at Oaklands this week,” TBV president James O’Brien said.

“The VOBIS Gold incentives have been a major catalyst and the new website reflects the confidence in our breeding industry.”

“Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria relies heavily on our members and the new website will be more relevant and keep everyone up to date with the latest news and events.”

TBV executive officer Ashleigh Mitchell has been instrumental in creating the new website and initiating the association’s weekly newsletter.

“Ash came on board last year and her brief was to improve the communication lines with our members and the media,” O’Brien added.”

“She can be contacted at our office at RVL headquarters in Flemington.”

“Ash came on board last year and her brief was to improve the communication lines with our members and the media,” O’Brien added.”

“She can be contacted at our office at RVL headquarters in Flemington.”

Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria (TBV) is the representative body for Victoria thoroughbred breeders and relies heavily on its members to support the Association to market and promote Victorian breeding both nationally and internationally.

TBV membership is $99 per year – Visit the new website at: www.tbv.com.au

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