In a move designed to improve benefits for members state wide, Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria has established a new partnership with CEPA Co-operative Limited (Trading as CEPA Farm Supplies), a leading Victorian supplier to the Equine Breeding industry

CEPA is a wholly member owned Co-operative, operating in regional Victoria for over 50 years, supplying Stockfeed, Animal Health Products and General Farm Merchandise primarily to the Equine industry.  CEPA includes many of Victoria’s finest thoroughbred farms as members and has a reputation for service and support that is well known and second to none.

With a successful history of support for the thoroughbred breeding industry, primarily in Victoria’s Central and North East regions, CEPA has entered into this arrangement with TBV with the aim of providing support to the industry that has supported the growth of the Co-operative over the past 9 years, through group buying power, dedicated and targeted service, additional member benefits (such as discounts and free delivery) and increasing awareness and activity over a wider area of Victoria.

Benefits for TBV members will be two fold, being firstly for individual members and secondly for the peak industry body itself, thus endeavouring to improve member’s individual daily operations and at the same time enhance TBV’s ethos of representing, promoting and advancing the interests of the thoroughbred and its breeders.

CEPA Co-operative Limited is ideally situated in the centre of Victoria (Bendigo), has over 850 members, well established and owned premises, all new and owned plant and equipment, strong manufacturer and wholesale supplier support and a dedicated team of employees. CEPA is a true Co-operative with a strong ethos and focus on service and benefits for members, and not profit.

Successful TBV breeding operations that are already taking advantage of the new partnership opportunity include Three Bridges Thoroughbreds (Peter Liston), Burnewang North Pastoral (Cathy Hains) and Lauriston Thoroughbred Farm (James O’Brien)

Information, testimonials, and further advice regarding the partnership and how you will benefit and at the same time support TBV, will be offered to you via personal contact to be made with you in due course, by the CEO of CEPA Co-operative Limited, Mr. Rob Bogumil, or by contacting the TBV Executive Officer, Ms. Ashleigh Mitchell ( if you would like contact to be expedited.

We look forward to providing the service and support you expect in a practical, reliable, cost effective and professional manner and at the same time supporting Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria.

CEPA is “Your Co-operative — Working For You”

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