For those who work in the thoroughbred racing industry, it is not just a job. They have a deep affection for horses that compels them to choose a career working with equine athletes every day, and ensuring that their wellbeing is the top priority.
New Zealand racehorse Gingernuts was retired in 2018 following injury, but is now happy in his new role.
Celebrities share their deep affection for their horses.
We find out about the work of Racing Hearts and Rehab4Rehab, where retired thoroughbred racehorses are valuable assets in the world of equine therapy.
Although Living Legends has lost two beloved members of its family recently in the passing on Might And Power and Chief De beers, it has also gained a new one.
Living Legends is a retirement home like no other: home to some of the greatest racehorses of all time, including many Melbourne Cup winners.
Jessica Liston is an expert in equine-assisted therapy who works with Waler horses – an Australian horse breed with a proud heritage.
Winx was the mare that truly stopped a nation, time and time again. A year on since her remarkable race career ended, we find out just how she is faring as her firstborn is eagerly awaited.
Bringing new equine life into the world is a unique job performed by dedicated and passionate people.
Although the mighty Hartnell has retired from our race tracks, a new career in showing beckons under the guidance of his great mate, and new life companion, Reg Fleming.
The relationship between horse and trainer is a special one, some more than others. Greg Eurell had a particular fondness for Apache Cat that went beyond the victories at the track.