Jim Cox To Succeed Greg Medley As Advertising Director
Of Blood-Horse Publications
KY - Blood-Horse Publications, a multimedia publishing company that
traces its roots to 1916, announces that Jim Cox will succeed Greg
Medley as advertising director effective January 1, 2004. Medley
is leaving the Blood-Horse Publications family after 19 years of
outstanding service to pursue a family business opportunity in Arizona.
43, has been research director for Blood-Horse Publications since
1998, overseeing a variety of industry services, including The Blood-Horse
Stallion Register, Auction Edge, The Blood-Horse Source and The
Horse Source, and The Blood-Horse Professional Package of supplements.
Cox's present duties also include overseeing statistical sections
of The Blood-Horse magazine including the sire lists, stakes shells,
additional stakes, and newcomers.
couldn't have hoped for a stronger candidate or a smoother transition,"
noted Stacy V. Bearse, President and CEO of Blood-Horse Publications,
"Greg and Jim have worked very closely for many years and have
developed a remarkable synergy. Greg is a true leader. We will miss
his ideas, his humor, and his dedication to our company, industry
and community. But he leaves us on a high note, and we wish Greg,
Suzie, and the kids health and happiness in the future."
Paulick, Executive Vice President of Blood-Horse Publications, commented,
"Jim is largely responsible for two of the company's most important
new products: the Auction Edge catalogue supplement, and the soon
to be launched Online Stallion Register. His work on both projects
showed tremendous leadership and innovation."
to becoming research director for Blood-Horse Publications, Cox
worked for Fasig-Tipton Sales Company, Thoroughbred of California
magazine, Pope Advertising Agency, Saybrook Advertising Agency,
Thoroughbred Times, The Cornett Group Advertising Agency, and Thorough-Graphic
Sign Company. Cox and his wife Dana have one daughter, Annie, and
reside in Midway, Kentucky.