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NMHBA Executive Director Davis to Speak at State Equine Summit
RSS Feeds Friday, October 28, 2011

New Mexico Horse Breeders' Association executive director Anna Fay Davis will speak during the New Mexico Equine Industry Summit at the Joint Stockmen's Convention, to be held December 3-4 at the Marriott Pyramid North in Albuquerque.

Ms. Davis will speak on December 3 during the first session, which runs from 9-11:45 a.m. Her topic will be the history and impact of the NMHBA's incentive program.

Also speaking during the first session will be New Mexico Racing Commissioner Gayla McCulloch of Farmington. The topic of Mrs. McCulloch's presentation will be “A Perspective on the New Mexico Equine Industry.”

The previous New Mexico Equine Industry Summit was held in Clovis last March, and it was attended by more than 70 people representing more than 30 different equine organizations in the state.

For more information on the December summit, contact Dr. Jason Turner, New Mexico State University Horse Specialist, by phone at (575) 646-1242, or by e-mail at jlturner@nmsu.edu.

 


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