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Carrie Hu appointed as Executive Officer


Carrie Hu has been appointed as TBV Executive Officer IMG: Supplied


Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria (TBV) are delighted to announce that Carrie Hu has been

appointed as the Executive Officer for TBV.


Hu, who was previously in the position as CEO of RIFA Mustang Pty Ltd, who are

thoroughbred breeders and owners, brings a wealth of experience to the role.


At RIFA Mustang, she was responsible for managing a bloodstock portfolio of over 80 horses, but she also brings experience from China, Dubai, Europe, Japan and the US.


Hu holds both a Bachelor of Economics from the Central University of Finance and Economics in China and a Master of Science in Finance from the Johns Hopkins University.


To complement her wealth of knowledge in 2017, Hu completed the Godolphin Flying Start program.


Well respected by her peers and industry leaders, Hu is excited about the new position and hopes to add value to TBV and to the wider Victorian breeding industry.


“The Victorian breeding industry is an exciting place, and I am very fortunate to be part of that. I hope that I will be able to lead and represent TBV’s members through the next chapter in its history,” Hu said.


“The Board are a diverse, passionate group of breeders and I am very excited to begin working with them. I believe my international experience and passion for the Victorian industry will be of great value to TBV."


TBV President, James O’Brien said, “Carrie joining TBV in the position of Executive Officer, is an exciting time for TBV. Carrie is well respected by her peers and managers, and she has some great ideas and knowledge to bring to TBV.


“To have a candidate who has vast international industry experience, managed bloodstock portfolios, is a graduate of Godolphin Flying Start and has the business acumen to approach issues strategically and in a careful, considered approach, ticks all our boxes.


“I am delighted that Carrie will work alongside the TBV Board in the next chapter of our history."


Hu will commence with TBV at the start of June, ahead of the breeding season.

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