Sisterson to Join Eaton Sales

Sisterson had served as an assistant to trainer Doug O'Neill.

Eaton Sales announced today that trainer Jack Sisterson, assistant to Doug O'Neill, has accepted a position with the consignment company and will start his employment as an account executive during the upcoming Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sales. 

"Jack comes to us from one of the most successful stables in the country," said Eaton's Reiley McDonald. "He is a proven horseman with years of experience on the track, which makes him a valuable addition to our team. Jack is both smart and qualified and he has a big future ahead of him in the thoroughbred business."

Sisterson has been an assistant to O'Neill for six years, overseeing the training of such accomplished horses as Nyquist, I'll Have Another, Goldencents, Gomo, Land Over Sea and Private Zone. Prior to that, Sisterson, a graduate of the University of Louisville's Equine Administration Program, worked for trainers Todd Pletcher and Eddie Kenneally.

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