Rosenberg Named Three Chimneys President, COO

Frlom Three Chimneys Farm
Three Chimneys Farm announced Thursday that Dan Rosenberg has been named the Midway, KY farm's new President and Chief Operating Officer.

"Dan has been an integral part of our growth and success from the beginning. This new title more accurately reflects the role he plays in the management of Three Chimneys," said Three Chimneys Farm owner Robert Clay, in making the announcement.

Rosenberg has been general manager of Three Chimneys Farm since 1978. Prior to 1978, he was the broodmare manager of Calumet Farm and worked at Clovelly Farm and Glade Valley Farms. He is Vice-president of the Thoroughbred Charities of America and a member of the Colorado State University Orthopedic Research Advisory Board, a former director of the Thoroughbred Club of America, a past president of the Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers, past vice-president and a former director of the Kentucky Equine Institute. He received the "Ambassador of Racing" award in 1994 and was, in 1992, the Kentucky Farm Managers' Farm Manager of the Year.

Rosenberg oversees Three Chimneys' stallion, broodmare and sales operations. The 1500 acre farm is home to 12 stallions, approximately 300 broodmares and last year sold over $33 million in yearlings, broodmares and weanlings at auction.