Team Thoroughbred NSW is Racing NSW’s equine welfare and rehoming division, committed to the Thoroughbred horse in every stage of its life. Its main function is to provide a safety net to guarantee all NSW Thoroughbreds a quality home. Team Thoroughbred NSW also finds new careers for these horses and offers a wide range of support and services to ensure all Thoroughbreds’ welfare needs are met.
As a Police Officer, Jen Lynch sees the best and worst of society but even after the roughest day her retired racehorses always put a smile on her face.
Jockey Jeff Penza and his wife Michelle have been around horses since they were kids but their recent foray into showjumping has intensified their passion for equestrian sports and they’re doing it all on retired racehorses.
Kate Clancy and former Joe Cleary galloper Wingman are preparing to take on the inaugural Race To Ranch Challenge, which showcases the trainability, versatility, athleticism and willingness of the Thoroughbred horse.
Australia’s highest-earning racehorse of all time, Winx may have had a limited-edition beer can produced in her honour, but Inverell class 1 winner Military Duke and five-start maiden Bold Rush can top that. The much-loved retired racehorses have their very own ale.
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