Jay Goodwin, formerly of Eaton Sales and previously a partner in Select Sales Agency, has been hired by Gary Broad’s Walmac Farm and will join the operation’s stallion sales department.
“Moving into stallions wasn’t something I was even thinking about, but when I spoke with Gary and heard his excitement and the plans that he has for the future of Walmac, it was something that I definitely wanted to be a part of,” said Goodwin. “Although I am thoroughly excited about this exciting new opportunity, I will miss my role with Eaton Sales. I am thankful to Reiley [McDonald] for everything he taught me while I worked with him.”
Goodwin, who has worked as an account manager for Eaton Sales since 2020, is also a breeder and owns Goodwin Farm in Bourbon County where he manages his own mares and those of clients.
Walmac is home to stallions Core Beliefs, whose first foals arrive this year, and newly acquired Grade I winner Pinehurst. Both stallions stand for $7,500 S&N.