I loved learning about the Godolphin Lifetime Care Program. This episode was recorded in December and I was joined by Tayla Gilmore and Olivia Hill from Godolphin. We discuss the importance of rehoming their retirees, the adoption process, and how you can register your interest in a Godolphin thoroughbred who is currently racing. The health, wellbeing, and long-term care of Godolphin horses is of the upmost importance to them. I hope you enjoy hearing all about the Lifetime Care Program and the positive impact Godolphin has in our industry.
This week we sit down with Gr.1 winning jockey Rachel King. Rachel started her career in the saddle as an amateur riding point to points in the UK & Ireland. She knew quickly that she wanted more & took out her apprenticeship on the flat.
For our second episode on No Barriers Sky Racing’s Kiersten Duke joined us to talk about her career so far. Kiersten didn’t grow up in an equestrian family but for as long as she can remember she has always loved horses.
Thrilled to have Alix Turpin as our first guest on our ‘No Barriers’ segment. Alix first fell in love with horses through showjumping and now finds herself in one of Sydney’s most progressive stables. From PR & Marketing in London to a tech company in Sydney
We catch up with multiple Group 1 winning trainer Annabel Neasham. Annabel was a keen eventer competing at 2-star level before her racing interests took hold. She followed her instincts and traveled to Australia
We are delighted to be back for a second season! The pandemic affected so many of us and we faced our own challenges with only being able to produce three episodes of the podcast before episodes of the podcast before the restrictions made it impossible.
In this episode we catch up with Eventing Olympian Rebel Morrow. We hear her amazing story of her $300 off the track purchase. Not only he take her to the olympics but inevitably became her horse of a lifetime.
In this episode we are joined by international jockey Tom Marquand. We recorded this earlier this year at the William Inglis hotel in Sydney. We discuss his humble beginnings in Pony Racing to becoming an established Group 1 winning jockey.