After 20 years at Three Chimneys Farm, Case Clay is turning her full-time focus to her own company, Case Clay Thoroughbred Management. His services will continue to include blood supplies, private auctions and purchases, portfolio management, and horse insurance.
Clay said: “I am grateful to the Torrealba Family for allowing me to add external clients of my own over the past few years, in addition to my role at Three Chimneys. “As my business and clients grow, I feel it’s the right time to go out on my own and grow my business even further. The only way to free up time to do that. is operating alone, but I’m happy about it. I’ll be able to call Three Chimneys a customer as I continue to grow this venture.”
Clay enjoys 2022 score with winner Beverly D. Stakes (G1T) dalika whom he bought privately in Germany for Bal Mar Equine when he was 2 years old.
“Case has been invaluable to us since we purchased Three Chimneys for his connections at home and abroad, especially from helping us develop relationships with owners and developers. bred around the world,” said President Gonçalo Torrealba of Three Chimneys. “We respect and support his decision, and we look forward to being a Case’s customer, especially as he helps us expand our Japanese and Australian presence to our flagship steed. ours gunman .”
Clay added: “Now seems like the right time to announce this venture as I’ll be heading to Australia on January 3 for the Magical Million Dollar Sale. I’m looking forward to kicking it off. “.
Clay is currently on the Keeneland advisory board, is a member of the Breeders’ Cup board of directors, and is president of the Kentucky Horse Education Project.
More information on the Case Clay Purebred Management can be found at www.caseclay.com.
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