Equine Business Summit Draws Enthusiastic Audience

Nearly $30,000 pledged to launch Center for Equine Business Studies

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Nearly $30,000 pledged to launch Center for Equine Business Studies


An industry summit on the Center for Equine Business Studies (CEBS) at Texas A&M University drew an enthusiastic and curious audience of more than 75 horse industry representatives to Fort Worth, Texas, May 18, to learn more about and discuss the future of the proposed Center. At the close of the session, nearly $30,000 was pledged to launch the center, while the potential to raise an additional $125,000 was expressed by those in attendance

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