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Sean Tugel

Sean was introduced to racing from a young age when he took every opportunity to tag along with his father, a long time equine veterinarian at Finger Lakes Racetrack. An avid golfer and ice hockey player growing up outside Rochester, New York, it was while attending Fordham University that Sean decided to refocus on his […]

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Kelsey Marshall Hughes

Kelsey Marshall Hughes was hooked on horse racing at a young age when she and a group of friends and family gathered around their TV to watch the most exciting two minutes in sports – the Kentucky Derby. From that moment on, Kelsey was captivated by the sheer beauty of the equine athlete, and the […]

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Bill Victor

Bill has been Eclipse’s CFO since 2013. He graduated from the University of Kentucky with a degree in Accounting and began his racehorse accounting career in Lexington, KY with Nelson Bunker Hunt’s Bluegrass Farm. From there he moved to Dogwood Stable in 1991 as the treasurer. While at Dogwood, he developed the early versions of […]

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Jack Sadler

Jack Sadler is a thoroughbred industry “lifer,” having played just about every role imaginable in the sport for over 40 years. Upon graduating from Washington and Lee University in 1976, Jack began working for trainer Frank Alexander and from that position, his association with Cot Campbell’s Dogwood Stable was born. In 1981, Jack became the […]

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Brian Spearman

Brian Spearman has been a racing fan since his childhood days growing up in Saratoga Springs, New York. As a young man, Spearman would attend the Saratoga races by day with his family, and at night, visit his dad who worked evenings during the meet as a Pinkerton security guard. In high school, he saw […]

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Aron Wellman

At the age of 8, Aron Wellman convinced a local Southern California trainer to allow him to tag along to the backside of Del Mar. From 4:30am the next morning until he graduated from Law School at the age of 24, Wellman worked every summer for trainers, starting by mucking stalls, to walking hots, to […]

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