The fourth International Forum for the Aftercare of Racehorses (IFAR), held February 20 as part of the Asian Racing Conference (ARC) in Cape Town, South Africa, featured presentations from representatives of four racing jurisdictions on their advancements in aftercare practices as well as discussions pertaining to the importance of developing effective aftercare programs.

Fourth IFAR Highlights Global Progress in Care of Thoroughbreds Following Racing & Breeding Careers


The fourth International Forum for the Aftercare of Racehorses (IFAR), held February 20 as part of the Asian Racing Conference (ARC) in Cape Town, South Africa, featured presentations from representatives of four racing jurisdictions on their advancements in aftercare practices as well as discussions pertaining to the importance of developing effective aftercare programs.

Scholarship Blog- Hannah Airey


Keith & Faith Taylor Equine Scholarship recipient Hannah Airey reports on her first week in Ireland at the Irish National Stud.

The Grand Finals of Australian Racing


The Championships was inaugurated in 2014 as a “Grand Finals” concept to feature and showcase the very best of Australian racing as the jewel in the crown of Sydney’s Autumn Carnival.

INDUSTRY RALLIES TO THOROUGHBRED WELFARE INITIATIVE


“I got into this game for the love of horses, and I want to make sure that every horse has a future after racing.”
Attending this week’s Inglis Sydney Classic Yearling Sale, Kitchwin Hills principal, Mick Malone, has echoed the beliefs of all industry professionals following the announcement that an independent working group has been established to develop a national horse welfare regime.

Tiger Roll poised for potential Punchestown appearance ahead of Navan return


The double Grand National-winning star could give racegoers a surprise on Sunday

Riyadh Equine Hospital Open For Business


Vets at state-of-the-art facility have already performed several successful surgeries.

First Saudi Cup Day attracts 61 overseas runners from 8 different countries


HRH Prince Bandar bin Khalid Al Faisal, Chairman of the Jockey Club of Saudi Arabia, today (Wednesday) released a list of Saudi Cup day runners bristling with 22 individual Group or Grade 1 winners across an eight race card.