Rudd Rejoins Tattersalls Ireland Team
Tattersalls Ireland are pleased to announce the reappointment of Tom Rudd to their Bloodstock Department. He joins Tattersalls Ireland from Limerick Racecourse where he spent 18 months as General Manager.
Rudd is rejoining Tattersalls Ireland having been with the company for over 20 years prior to his departure to Limerick Racecourse. He rode successfully as a stable jockey to the late Michael O’Brien until 2002, and among his most high-profile winners was Glebe Lad in the 1999 Irish Grand National.
Commenting on Tom’s reappointment, Tattersalls Ireland CEO Simon Kerins said:
“We are absolutely delighted to welcome Tom back to Tattersalls Ireland. He brings an unparelled wealth of knowledge and experience back into our Bloodstock Department, and his presence will bolster an already strong team. Tom rejoining could not have been more timely, with the Andy and Gemma Brown Dispersal Sale scheduled for next Monday. We also have nominations for the 50th Derby Sale closing on Friday, and Tom will form an integral part of the inspection team tasked with putting together our National Hunt and Flat sales catalogues later in the year.”
Tom Rudd spoke of his delight in rejoining Tattersalls Ireland:
“I am pleased to be rejoining the team at Tattersalls Ireland. Having spent an incredibly enjoyable two decades there I am looking forward to renewing old acquaintances. It’s an exciting time to be viewing horses for our three Store sales with a heightened sense of excitement, especially around the 50th anniversary of the Derby Sale."