Asia Pacific Bloodstock welcomes Sidney Roberts to the APB team.
Sidney is an elite equestrian rider with wide experience in both equestrian pursuits and thoroughbred racing. Sidney's parents Dr Tim Roberts is a highly regarded equine veterinarian of over 40 years experience in thoroughbred racing and Cheryl Roberts, herself an equestrian rider in her earlier years, who for the past 6 years has been running the well regarded thoroughbred agistment and pre training farm Boynton Park at Broughton Vale, on the New South Wales south coast of Australia.
Sidney has joined the team at APB as a broker and will be attending yearling sales throughout Australia. Sidney well connected in the equestrian world in Australia also brings to APB the brokerage of pleasure and sporting horses.
WELCOME SIDNEY To contact Sidney
Asia Pacific Bloodstock welcomes Steve Halliwell to the APB team.
Professional Punter, former manager of Best Bets Magazine and nine top jockeys – Steve Halliwell helped GoPunt form a team of highly skilled race analysts, informants and professionals. Steve has maintained a close professional association with selective high profile trainers and jockeys, as well as a vast network of stable staff and array of professionals within the racing industry.
With Steve's vast experience APB is now in an even better position to identify and secure horses from the Australian racing scene for both local and international clients.
Furthermare Steve will assist APB's existing team in evaluating the suitability of European horses with potential to race successfully in Australia.
WELCOME STEVE To contact Steve
Asia Pacific Bloodstock has recently invited Conrad Stefan onto the APB team. Conrad is an expert form analyst and will assist Asia Pacific Bloodstock in identifying talented horses both in Australia and overseas. APB is currently sourcing horses in the UK and Ireland directly from the training establishments, the aim is to purchase better quality horses than are generally available at horses in training sales (HIT). A major problem at HIT sales is the withdrawals leading up to the sale. There is also the opportunity to earlier identify horses that will suit Australian racing conditions before they are fully exposed.
WELCOME CONRAD To contact Conrad
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