Thoroughbreds Are Go

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Caroline Searcy's Thoroughbreds Are Go is back and will run weekly in TDN AusNZ. This series encourages the equestrian world to take on this highly athletic and intelligent breed and educate owners and trainers on finding the best home for thoroughbreds away from racing.

This week’s episode

Week of November 22, 2021

This week's episode of Thoroughbreds Are Go (TAG) features legendary film and TV horse trainer Heath Harris who explains why thoroughbreds are so easy to train, and discusses his use of thoroughbreds in iconic movies such as Phar Lap to the score of Bruce Rowland's magical piano themes.

Arrowfield Stud's 'strapper stories' features a wonderful Queensland story about the love of one grey horse that led to a former stable worker adopting both he and his two full brothers!

Earlier episodes

Week of November 15, 2021

This week's episode of Thoroughbreds Are Go (TAG), features a wonderful story of NSW Mounted Police Horse Martin, formerly known as Think Big Stud's Lunar Rise (Starcraft {NZ}), and his journey from racehorse to showjumper into the police force and an emotional reunion with his former owners.

Thoroughbred Breeders' Australia is recruiting and training new staff for the thoroughbred breeding industry. TAG re-runs a Bred To Win story to tell equestrian viewers about this great staff training program.

Arrowfield Stud's 'strapper stories' features Ella Yarrow from Snowden Racing, now the owner of popular Triple Crown Syndications' Group winner Dothraki (Mossman).

Week of November 8, 2021

In this week's episode of Thoroughbreds Are Go (TAG), Caroline speaks to Equine Nutritionist Rebecca Ham about the correct feed and water techniques when a thoroughbred changes it's living environment.

As Thoroughbred Sport Horse Association restarts its NSW competitions Krissy Harris and Jess Ryan discuss the great sponsorship from the racing and breeding industry that rewards riders taking on thoroughbreds for competition.

Arrowfield Stud's 'strapper stories' features Alex Hansford-Smith with a great story about two horses she looked after during their racing careers who she's taken on for a life 'off the track'.

Caroline Searcy
Thoroughbreds Are Go