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Richard Phillips Named as Keynote Speaker at 2024 TBA Bloodstock Conference

The stage for last year’s TBA Bloodstock Conference | TBA

Richard Phillips has been announced as the keynote speaker for the 2024 Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association (TBA) Bloodstock Conference, which is set to take place at Tattersalls in Newmarket on Tuesday, June 25.

Phillips, trainer and founder of National Racehorse Week, said, “I am delighted to be invited to speak at this year’s Bloodstock Conference. I have a lifelong passion for the bloodstock world and look forward to sharing opinions, ideas and views with those attending.”

Staged for the first time in 2023, the event will feature talks and presentations with leading industry experts on a range of topics, plus an interactive panel debate during the afternoon session.

The conference will once again be hosted by leading racing broadcaster and journalist Lydia Hislop, who added, “This is such an important aspect of the industry and I enjoyed listening to some fascinating opinions and views from leading experts on the current and future health of the bloodstock industry at last year’s event.

“These conferences are designed to encourage people to learn and share ideas to help shape its future. I am looking forward to hosting it again, with some big topics on the agenda.”

Tickets for the conference are free for TBA members and TBA Access subscribers with a priority booking window now live for members until 8 March. Non-members tickets will be available from March 8 for £60, which will also include a year’s membership to Access.

Further information on the event’s speakers and schedule will be released in due course.

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