State-sponsored racing physique Horse Racing Eire (HRI) has introduced at the moment (March 26) that chief govt Brian Kavanagh will step down when his contract ends in September.
Kavanagh was appointed HRI’s first CEO in 2001 and held the place for 20 years.
HRI has now launched a recruitment marketing campaign to seek out its subsequent chief govt.
“I want to thank Brian Kavanagh for 20 years of unimaginable service and deep dedication to Horse Racing Eire and to the trade in Eire,” HRI chairman Nicky Hartley stated.
“His information and experience, at house and overseas, will little question make sure that Brian will proceed to play a major half within the trade, and we want him nicely.”
Purposes for the job have already opened and shut on Monday, April 19.
“It has been a privilege to function chief govt of Horse Racing Eire and to work beneath three totally different chairmen who every promoted a strategic imaginative and prescient for the Irish horse racing and breeding industries.” stated Brian Kavanagh.
“Final week was a superb week for racing, however we can’t relaxation on our laurels and there may be a lot work to do between now and September.”
“Whereas Brexit and Covid-19 are at present offering important challenges, there are fantastic alternatives going through the sector additionally. Our horses and our persons are our best energy”.