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Thoroughbred trainers are the individuals who truly define the term ‘horse racing professional’. One has to immerse oneself deeply in order to achieve real success as a trainer of thoroughbred horses, and the men and women who make it to the top are guaranteed to have an incredibly vast knowledge of thoroughbreds in particular and horse racing in general.
The two most common career paths to becoming a thoroughbred trainer are either a career as an amateur (or even professional) jockey or joining the family business. It is not surprising that thoroughbred training is often a family affair running over several generations, considering the requirements in terms of property to maintain training stables and the benefits of passing on knowledge first-hand.
Most trainers will spend several years working as an assistant trainer to a more experienced veteran before obtaining their own training license and either opening their own training facility or taking over as the new head trainer at an existing family training facility.
Thoroughbred trainers rely a great deal on their reputation. Owners hire trainers to prepare their thoroughbreds for races based on the performances of previous trainees, so a trainer without winners will be hard pressed to find new charges. As it takes time to build such a reputation, most trainers go through quite a few hard years before their business takes off, meaning that a true passion for the sport is absolutely essential, rather than a love of money.
Worthington Racing offers a professional training facility located at Warwick Farm Racecourse in Sydney. The Worthington Racing stables at Warwick Farm provides access for the horses to the best training facilities close to Randwick, Rosehill, Canterbury and all major provincial racecourses.
New Zealand’s Leading Thoroughbred Stud
Contact Details: Sir Patrick Hogan – 64-21-518878
Stud Manager – Marcus Corban – 64-274-518878
Office – 647-8277887 – Email – [email protected]
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We are a Boutique Thoroughbred Racehorse Training and Pre Training Stable in Mornington, Victoria. We are an experienced team offering each horse personal attention.
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www.HorseTraining.org provides horse training information, tips, articles, educational products and services, to help you train your horse.
All ages, breeds and different horse riding disciplines. We especially help people with problem horses, starting young horses and teaching race horses to load into the barriers.
Ross and Clinton McDonald
Ross and Clinton both train in there own right but work from the one stable which enables them to pay close attention to each horse.
Between them they have 25 Group 1 winners and numerous others in Group 2 & 3 races.
Their stable offers good service to owners and encourages the owners to come to the stables and visit the horses and watch track work.
Being a smaller stable they can work on each horse individually meeting there special needs.
Ross and Clinton take great pride in selecting yearlings and would be more than happy to select for clients.
Ph 03 9569 3344
Rocksberg Spelling Farm
The Rocksberg Spelling Farm is nestled on 480 acres of picturesque countryside in Rocksberg, Queensland and has been providing spelling, breaking and pre-training services to the thoroughbred racing industry since 1993.
Phone: (07) 5496 7035
Trevor’s experience in the industry is second to none, he is a true professional. A horseman who has a true passion for his job as a racehorse trainer. Trevor keeps his team to under twenty horses and his hands on approach assures your horse is given every chance. If your thinking purchasing a yearling Trevor makes himself available to his clients at all the major sales, or if your thinking of moving your horse to Queensland Trevor would be more than happy for you to give him a call.
Phone: 0417 768 860
Bruce Brown was born to be a racehorse trainer, learning his skills of horsmanship from his father, Sid Brown (trainer of the great Triton and Darryl’s Joy). Bruce doesn’t hide the fact that sheer hard work and his hands on approach to training has got him to the top of his chosen profession. Give Bruce a call any time and give your horse every chance to win with Bruce Brown Racing.
Phone: 0419 670 148
Chris Waller Racing
Ascending Australia’s training ranks having arrived from New Zealand just over 10 years ago, Chris Waller has built a formidable record to be the country’s leading Group 1 trainer and take out Sydney’s metropolitan premiership for the third year running. Based at Rosehill Racecourse in Sydney, the stable is also fortunate to have been afforded 10 boxes for a satellite stable at Flemington in Melbourne offering plenty of race opportunities for horses trained by Chris.
Phone: (02) 9637 9652