Bob Moore Farms

Phillip Stewart steps into Bob Moore General Manager role.

Press Release

Phillip Stewart steps into Bob Moore General Manager role. PHOTO: Plugged In Equine Marketing

Today, as we come to the close of another successful year at Bob Moore Farms, it is with great pleasure and excitement that we announce two personnel changes. The changes are effective January 1, 2018.

Frank Merrill
Frank Merrill has been appointed to the Board of Directors for Bob Moore Farms. Frank will serve alongside Lynn Moore, Ron Blaylock and Mark Moore. Five years ago, Frank was asked to lead Bob Moore Farms as the General Manager. During Frank’s tenure, he has been quite successful in leading Bob Moore Farms through a resurgence in its equine operations - From building an incredible team; to implementing financial discipline; to improving its stallion development; to leading/overseeing several facility renovations. These changes, along with launching a new social media campaign has helped reestablish Bob Moore Farms as a leading boutique horse breeding farm, focused on the highest quality horse care, coupled with the highest customer care.

With the move to the Director’s position, we will continue to benefit from Frank’s equine knowledge and industry recognition. On behalf of myself, the Moore Family and the future members of the Moore Family, I want to thank Frank for his contributions, hard work and loyalty. We look forward to having Frank on the Board of Directors.

Phillip Stewart
I am equally excited to announce long-time employee and Director of Equine Operations, Phillip Stewart, has been chosen to be the next General Manager for Bob Moore Farms. Phillip brings 30+ years in the horse breeding operations. We believe under Phillip’s guidance, Bob Moore Farms will not just maintain the current standards, but will continue to move the needle higher. We look forward to working with Phillip in this new role.

Thank you and we look forward to another successful year in 2018!

P. Mark Moore
Bob Moore Farms

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