New GM for System Fencing

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Friday, May 16, 2014 — No Comments Yet

David Stuart New System Fencing GM

ROCKWOOD, Ontario, Canada (May 16, 2014) ………SystemFence.com is delighted to announce David Stuart as its inaugural General Manager. A harness racing veteran, Stuart is best known for Royal Blue Standardbred Sales and Halton Bloodstock Agency and as well as Administration Coordinator of the Ontario Sires Stakes.

Company President Dwayne Job explains Stuart will be responsible for guiding the company’s vast array of horse industry product and service expansion.
 
With its head office and tack shop located 15-minutes north of Mohawk Raceway, SystemFence.com serves the equine world with high quality goods and services ranging from custom stalls, fencing materials, fence installation, gates, exercise equipment including the “Odyssey”, shelters and barn construction supplies, blanket cleaning and repair, equine rehabilitation, farrier and tack shop supplies, rubber flooring and walks, to the cutting edge “Thunder Spa”.
 
Job asserts Stuart is essential to assist him and Vice-President and co-founder Kevin Job, to focus on yet more innovation and design for global markets.
 
“When things are looking up it’s time to hop aboard” says Stuart. “System Fencing has a stellar 27-year relationship with customers and I see this as an opportunity to leverage my knowledge of horse operations and horse people to assist the company further on its current upward trajectory.
 
The love of the horse will never die” continued Stuart “just how much love depends on how much fun money people have and key barometers like the ‘Dow Jones’ are indicating the economy is heating up.
 
Sure the disruption of many Ontario race horse people’s lives occurred in early 2012 but history will prove that was just a relative hiccup that created a lot of opportunities. For example, many breeders jumped ship and this will create a desperate race horse shortage in a few short years and it is my intention to have SystemFence.com in on the industry re-tool”.
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