All aspects of the thoroughbred breeding and racing industry in New Zealand. I race thoroughbreds and have been the Marketing Manager for three NZ racing clubs. If I don`t know the answer to your question I know someone who does!
20 years in the racing industry. Currently focusing on breeding but involved in all aspects of the industry. Ive raced several thoroughbreds with modest success and have had great fun out of it.
To breed and then race a G1 winner.
Hi Caine, I think you would be best to research on the NZ Thoroughbred Racing web site, www.nzracing.co.nz From the menu you will see the top 5 trainers and stables in the country and also
Hi Caine, Most racetracks have stabling areas available to trainers. You can lease boxes, yards and paddocks at most tracks. Some trainers have their own tracks but also take their horse
Hi Caine, Beach training is very popular in NZ. The sand is much softer under foot so horses prone to jarring up find it much easier to train on. Cantering a horse in water is low impact on
Hi Caine, A Victor bit is often tried on a horse that is difficult to steer or when it is lugging. The shorter bar on the front of the bit helps to prevent the horse from getting its tongue
Hi Caine, Yes, you could however I doubt it would have the desired effect. I suspect the problem of bolting is related to something else rather than eyesight. You did not give any information