ITBF Aims At Member Growth

Host of new features

The new website for the International Thoroughbred Breeders’ Federation (ITBF) is now live. Spanning 20 member countries and the European Federation of Thoroughbred Breeders’ Associations (EFTBA), the Federation aims to further expand its membership, while strengthening the international Thoroughbred industry as a whole.

New features include member-designated pages, veterinary news and blogs, while the ITBF is also now active on social media, including Facebook and Twitter.

“We are delighted to introduce the new interactive ITBF website and hope that it will be of great interest to our many members as well as other interested visitors to the site,” said ITBF Chairman Kirsten Rausing.

Click here to visit the new site

“It is our ambition to post items of interest to the worldwide TB breeding industry on the site, as we prepare for the ITBF General Meeting, to be held in Paris in June 2020.”

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