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Malone Invests In Future At Kitchwin Hills
Leading Hunter Valley farm Kitchwin Hills announced that "long-standing Stud Manger Michael Malone has taken equity in the business", reports breednet.com.au. Kitchwin Hills' Steve Brown commented, "As of 1st July Mick takes a stake in Kitchwin Hills and we are very pleased to see him positioned in such a meaningful way… Mick is part of the furniture here, he lives for Kitchwin's clients, gives them everything he has. As a client-driven Stud, this passion for client success is absolutely key to a successful outcome for all concerned". A delighted Malone remarked: "I'm pretty excited by how this positions me… The Brown family are wonderful people and are always giving in their own special way. This is central to why Kitchwin Hills has developed the reputation it has. We have significant clientele behind everything we do and two blue-blooded stallions that could yet prove to be anything… The Browns have always said "if it works for the clients, you can relax, the rest will look after itself" and that is what this Stud is all about. I am always looking to bring on new clients and deliver them the best financial outcome achievable and I guess if it's possible, as a significant shareholder in the business I am now even more driven to achieve great outcomes for our clients. The tough environment for breeders at present no doubt brings with it opportunities and I am particularly excited about the future".