Australian Horse Racing Industry Websites Links:
Australian Horse Racing Trainers.
http://www.australianracingreport.com | Australian Racing Report has independent profiles on Australia’s top horse racing trainers and jockeys, plus feature race history & stats, early betting fields, scratchings and racing track conditions for city and country racing Australia wide updated daily.
http://www.bartandjamescummings.com.au | Bart Cummings is the Cups King, having won Australia’s richest race, the Melbourne Cup, a record 12 times and his stable is now run in partnership with his grandson James.
http://www.lindsaypark.com.au | David Hayes is a proven Gr 1 trainer at every level in Australasia. His achievements encompass training two-year-old sprinters to Cups winning stayers, all to the elitist level in horse racing.
http://www.freedman.com.au | The Freedman family tree is steeped in racing history over four generations. Members of this dynasty have been successful in eight Melbourne Cups, six Caulfield Cups, four feature races at the famous Royal Ascot meeting in England, and just about every feature race on the Australian racing calendar.
http://www.gaiwaterhouse.com.au | At the helm of mighty Tulloch Lodge, Gai Waterhouse has established a place among the nation's all-time leading trainers, combining tradition and innovation to reach the pinnacle of her profession.
http://www.garogerson.com | Adopting a truly global approach to horse training, Graeme Rogerson now has stables in Sydney, Melbourne and New Zealand.
http://lordlodge.com.au | Colin Little’s racing stables are located at Lord Lodge on the famed Caulfield Racecourse, home to the Caulfield Cup and considered one of the best racecourses in the southern hemisphere.
http://purcellracing.com | Purcell Racing at Cloverdale in Pearcedale offers a rural environment and 'one on one' care of horses and owners.
http://aldersonracing.com.au | Alderson Racing has been successfully training racehorses in Australia for over 40 years. Now in its third generation of horse trainers, Colin Alderson has held his training licence since 1966 and daughter Cindy Alderson obtained her licence in 1990.
http://www.dannyobrienracing.com.au | Over the past 18 years, Danny O’Brien has proven himself to be one of Australia's finest thoroughbred horse trainers as he continually produces outstanding results.
http://www.brideoakeracing.com | Brideoake Racing has continued to grow and flourish over the years. David prefers a smaller stable so the horses can get the hands on attention they need.
http://ellertonzahraracing.com.au | Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra officially joined forces in a training partnership in August 2009.
http://www.kavanaghracing.com | Mark Kavanagh has continually proven his place as one of Australia’s top race horse trainers.
http://mickpriceracing.com.au | Since taking out his licence in 1991, Mick Price has firmly established himself as one of the leading racehorse trainers in Australia.
http://www.blackistonracing.com.au Nigel Blackiston held the position of foreman for Bart Cummings in both his Melbourne and Sydney stables. In the time he has held his own VRC trainer's license, Nigel has trained over 100 winners.
http://www.moodyracing.com.au | Peter Moody is based at Caulfield, one of Victoria's top trainers. Trained his first Group 1 winner in 2008, he is best known as the trainer of world champion sprinter Black Caviar.
http://www.rickhorelacy.com.au | Rick Hore Lacy’s 21 Group One winners include the Golden Slipper, Blue Diamond Stakes, Caulfield Guineas, Oakleigh Plate, Australian Guineas and Australasian Oaks.
http://www.griffithsracing.com.au | Robbie Griffiths has made the transition from successful jockey to one of Victoria’s best known trainers.
http://www.aquanita.com.au | Aquanita is a collaboration between some of the nation's most outstanding trainer's.
http://www.jslracing.com.au | Sheila Laxon became the first female trainer to win the Melbourne Cup with Ethereal in 2001.
http://www.jockeysroom.com/Australia.htm | The A to Z of JOCKEYS. Features details on jockeys from Australia and around the world.
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