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Former Trainer Gask Joins Vet Biotechnology

Monday, 26th March 2007

Equine health care company Vet Biotechnology has appointed former South Australian racehorse trainer Jeremy Gask as project manager. Gask (who finished 4th in the Adelaide trainers' premiership last year) stopped training in December after previously having stables at Goolwa & Strathalbyn. He commented: "The opportunity to join a team developing wonderful veterinary technologies, in particular the stem cell therapies proving to be the most effective tendon & ligament rehabilitation tools ever seen, is one not to be missed." Vet Biotechnologies general manager David Bridgland added: "Jeremy joins at an exciting time in the company's development, with the imminent commercial launch of the Equine Umbilical Cord Service following successful validation of the technology in conjunction with leading studs Arrowfield, Widden, Coolmore, Lindsay Park, Eliza Park, Swettenham & Eureka in 2006."

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