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WBFSH has a new project manager

As a result of the growth and development of the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses the organisation has appointed a project manager

d. 29-11-2016 - 13:42

Earlier in 2016 the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses (WBFSH) had advertised for a position as WBFSH Project Manager to manage specific WBFSH projects to enhance the profile of the organisation and provide additional services to member studbooks and to contribute to the management and development of the organisation. The World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses is pleased to introduce Ms Nadine Brandtner as project manager for the WBFSH.


Nadine grew up in South Africa in a family breeding thoroughbred racehorses and developed her own personal passion is dressage. She is a trained pharmacist and has been active in the South African Warmblood Horse Society for many years, and later as regional coordinator of the Western Cape. After spending the last 6 months in the UK, she has recently relocated to Germany to take on her role for the WBFSH.


Her duties will include coordinating specific WBFSH projects identified by the board to help raise the profile of the WBFSH & to provide additional support to member studbooks. As such, she will be contributing to the management of the organisation by supporting the Executive Committee members in carrying out specific tasks and the President in promoting and developing the organisation.


Nadine has already had the pleasure of meeting some of the studbooks at the World Breeding Championships for Young Horses in Ermelo, Lanaken & Lion D’Anger and looks forward to meeting some more of you in the future - perhaps at the General Assembly 2016 in Geneva in December.


We welcome Nadine to our organisation.