Robin appointed to Harness BC

There’s a new face at the helm of Harness Racing B.C.

Carla Robin is the new executive director of Harness Racing B.C.

A  new face is taking the reins at Harness Racing B.C.

Carla Robin has been appointed executive director, the association’s board of directors has announced.

HRBC represents Standardbred horse breeders, owners, trainers and drivers.

Its headquarters are located on the Cloverdale Fairgrounds, next to Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino, home to live harness racing.

Robin brings a wealth of experience in the equine sector to her new position, from managing provincial and international events, to working with municipal and provincial governments to promote the equine industry, according to the announcement.

She also has experience in marketing.

“Please welcome Carla to the ‘Sport of the People,’” the announcement read.

The association holds its annual general meeting April 16.

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