Robert N. Clay's Three Chimneys Farm has added Ed Sackville and Jean-Marie Callier to its team of advisers.
Sackville of Kern Lillingston Association in the United Kingdom and Callier, a bloodstock specialist in France, will be representing Three Chimneys throughout Europe at various public auctions and in the private purchase and sale of European bloodstock.
"We have a very international client base at Three Chimneys," said Case Clay, president of the Midway, Ky., farm. "Having the assistance of our Japanese office to work with our Japanese customers has been extremely beneficial to both the farm and our clients. We believe we will achieve the same added benefits for our European customers with the addition of Ed and Jean-Marie."
Sackville works as a bloodstock agent with Kern Lillingston Association in the United Kingdom specializing in portfolio management and the purchase and sale of broodmares, stallions, and yearlings. He is a graduate of the inaugural Darley Flying Start Program.
Callier spent the past seven years working in Central Kentucky as a sales consignment and marketing specialist. Prior to working in the United States, he gained international Thoroughbred experience working in Australia, South Africa, Europe, and elsewhere. He is currently based in France, but will continue to travel regularly to the major international Thoroughbred markets.