Brittany Halstead is uniquely suited to operate both the repurposing pipeline for retired polo horses and instructional elements of the business. She has experience with many disciplines: Tennessee walking horses, quarter horses, dressage, hunter/jumper, showjumping, polo, western pleasure, thoroughbred racing, therapeutic riding, and an equine veterinarian technician. Twelve years ago she earned her certification as a PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) Instructor, and seven years ago she became a certified PATH Mentor. She makes the perfect liaison between the worlds of high-performance competitive horses and beloved equine partners.
Board of Advisors
Tom Aronson is President and founder of Racing Resource Group, Inc. (RRG), a professional services enterprise established in 1989 to address business development opportunities in racing, gaming and equestrian sports. The company’s wide variety of engagements over three decades form the foundation of what is now a comprehensive, practical knowledge of the industry and its operational, financial and promotional demands. Experience includes executive-level management; start-up organization, operation and funding; new product development and marketing; analysis and demographics of gaming and racing; studies and reports including business feasibility and projections; game/wager design and patenting; and direct involvements with federal and state elected officials, regulatory agencies, financial institutions, and technology companies.
While maintaining his active role as President and Founder of RRG throughout, Tom Aronson has periodically stepped out of that role to help organize and guide new companies through early-stage organization, funding and launch, including most notably two of the most successful enterprises in the history of racing and gaming: the Television Games Network (TVG) and, most recently, Exacta Systems.
Amanda is General Counsel and Executive Vice President of CaptiveOne Advisors, LLC and lives in Wellington, Florida. Prior to becoming General Counsel, Amanda was the Founder and Co-Chair of the Equine Law Practice Group at Florida’s oldest and one its largest firms, Shutts & Bowen, LLP, where she routinely spoke at national conferences and seminars on the business and legal issues impacting horse ownership and welfare. With a lifetime invested in horse sports, Amanda brings a legal and equestrian mind to ReplayPolo and is happy to help the organization provide a much-needed service for a segment of the horse industry that currently lacks sufficient resources.
Danielle Bosscher is a Financial Adviser for New York Life in San Francisco, California and the Founder and Manager of US Polo Connection, one of the largest polo networking sites in the country. Before working in the Insurance Industry, she completed a year of law school at Belmont University College of Law in Nashville and for her undergraduate degrees, she was a dual major in Equine Business and International Business at the University of Louisville. While in the Equine Industry Program she studied under former Racetrack Executives and Horse Industry Lawyers. Danielle graduated with honors and as the outstanding graduate for her program. During her time at the University of Louisville, she was also the President of the Intercollegiate Polo Program and the Treasurer for the Greater Louisville Medical Society Alliance. Danielle brings a diverse background of experience and creates new ideas to make Replay Polo an exceptional and driven organization that helps polo ponies achieve the retirement that they deserve.