Fleming added to OSAS board of directors
June 22, 2011
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The Ontario Standardbred Adoption Society (OSAS) is pleased to announce the addition of Ian Fleming to its board of directors. One of the most respected administrators in racing, Ian is currently racing and gaming manager at Western Fair Raceway as well as general manager for Clinton Raceway.
Over the years Ian has worked as race secretary at five of Ontario’s tracks, has been instrumental in several initiatives undertaken by the Ontario Sires Stakes program and served on the board of directors of Standardbred Canada.
In addition, Ian also was a trainer for a number of years with his most successful horse being Just Call Me Sam. His recent horses of note, trained by Gregg McNair, have included Claires Apache, Dougs Fame and Mr Battin.
“We’re very fortunate to have Ian agree to join the OSAS board, he’d be an excellent addition to any board,” noted OSAS’s vice president Bill O’Donnell. “With Ian’s background, contacts and experience he’ll be a great asset to us. He also brings something equally valuable to the table--common sense.”
Fleming joins the OSAS board of directors which includes O’Donnell, president Jim Evans, Pat Kennedy and Heather MacKay Roberts. (OSAS)