Advances in science and research encourage a precise approach to training determined by the anatomy and physiology of each individual racehorse.
Dr Chris Whitton, Professor of Equine Medicine and Surgery at the University of Melbourne, leads ground-breaking research into equine limb injuries.
Diagnosing risk of potential injury in horses is being achieved with cutting-edge technology.
There are many factors that contribute to keeping a thoroughbred in perfect health, and an equine nutritionist can be a vital piece of the puzzle.
Meet veterinarian Luke Campbell, one of the many unsung heroes of racing whose job it is to ensure the health of horses all year round.
Mark Burnell explains why dental health is just as important for horses as it is for humans. Network 10 catches up with the Equine Dental Technician at work.
Peter Horobin is the master of saddle design and comfort. He takes us through how to create the perfect fit for a saddle and why it is an important piece of gear for our equine athletes.
Just like human athletes, horses receive a variety of therapy techniques to keep supple, comfortable and happy. Learn more about the role of an Equine Therapist.