Jack Bloom and Max McLoughlin Join Tattersalls Whilst Freddie McKibbin Promoted Within Bloodstock Sales Department

Jack Bloom and Max McLoughlin
Jack Bloom and Max McLoughlin

Jack Bloom and Max McLoughlin have joined Tattersalls, Europe’s leading bloodstock auctioneers, as Bloodstock Executives whilst Freddie McKibbin has seen his role within the Bloodstock Sales department elevated.  

McKibbin joined Tattersalls four years ago as an intern before moving to his recent role as a Bloodstock Administrator, seeing his responsibilities grow alongside his auctioneering which has included the sale of I’m A Gambler for 850,000 guineas at last year’s Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale. His responsibilities now include coordination of the Tattersalls December Sale including the Sceptre Sessions which were such a success in the inaugural year.  

Freddie McKibbin

Since graduating from the Royal Agricultural University with a degree in Agricultural Business and Management, Bloom spent time working at Newsells Park Stud and for Godolphin at Kildangan Stud before moving to the Stallion Nominations team at Dalham Hall Stud for the past three years.  

McLoughlin graduated from Durham University with a degree in history before participating in the TBA’s inaugural Entry to Stud Employment Programme at The National Stud where he was awarded the top student honours.  A placement at Cheveley Park Stud led to a full-time position as Management Assistant for the past four and a half years.  

Commenting on the appointments, Tattersalls Sales Director Gavin Davies said:  

“Freddie’s role has recently evolved with new responsibilities, and we look forward to broadening the scope of his work going forwards, whilst new additions Jack and Max will both be major assets to the team, particularly as we enter the autumn sales season.”  

Freddie McKibbin commented on his promotion:  

“I am delighted to have been promoted to Bloodstock Executive at Tattersalls, taking on new responsibilities and continuing to develop my auctioneering on the rostrum at Park Paddocks.”  

Jack Bloom said of his new role:  

“I am both honoured and excited to be joining the Tattersalls team and to be able to expand on the relationships that I have made during my time at Darley. Tattersalls is enjoying record breaking success and I hope that I will be able to contribute towards this in my new role.”  

Max McLoughlin added:  

“After several brilliant years at Cheveley Park Stud, I am excited to begin a new chapter at another top-class operation. Tattersalls is a company I have always admired and it is a privilege to be joining a team that boasts such a wealth of experience and talent.”