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NEWS: Ryan to leave Naas Racecourse Manager’s Role
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NEWS: Ryan to leave Naas Racecourse Manager’s Role
on 05 April 2019
After 13 years at Naas Racecourse Tom Ryan is due to vacate his position in the coming months

Tom Ryan Manager of Naas Racecourse is due to vacate his position in the coming months. He does so after almost 13 years at Naas.

He has recently been appointed as Director of Strategy & International Racing at the Equestrian Club of Riyadh in Saudi Arabia.

Tom Ryan, Manager said: “It has been an absolute pleasure to serve Naas Racecourse over the past 13 years or so.

I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it, working with a very proactive Board and staff to progress Naas Racecourse over the years & to improve its status within the racing industry.

I want to acknowledge the very valued support I have gotten from all industry participants, race day contributors and race goers.

Naas Racecourse will remain very close to my heart for many years to come and I look forward to seeing its fortunes improve in the usual consistent way.”

Chairman of Naas, Dermot Cantillon commented, “On behalf of Naas Racecourse I want to congratulate Tom on his new appointment.

During his tenure Tom has done a really excellent job.

Both the many improvements on the track and the enhancement of the racing program are a testimony to his hard work and dedication.

The Naas Board will now seek to recruit a new manager to continue with our vision for the racecourse as a top International dual purpose track.”


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