Looking into the eyes of ‘evil’: The Racing Industry

Being born into the ‘evil’ racing industry, has always left me with internal conflict and confusion when the spring carnival rolls around. Those of us who are animal lovers and involved in the horse racing industry, are confronted by a barrage of Facebook posts, news articles and inaccurate statistics that leaves one pondering. “Am I … Continue reading Looking into the eyes of ‘evil’: The Racing Industry

HARNESS RACING Restricted or Free for All?

Harness racing has long been a family dominated sport, where sons and daughters follow in their parents footsteps. This has been proven time and time over with well known family dynasties such as the Gath's, Justice's, Sugars' ,Hill's , Hall's, Tubbs' and many, many more . This fact, often makes it seem difficult to break … Continue reading HARNESS RACING Restricted or Free for All?

A Step Back In Time: WAYVILLE RETRO NIGHT

Friday 27th of October 2017, will be written into the history books, thanks to the current committee of HRSA getting back to its roots. The Wayville Retro meeting, was the first meeting held at the Royal Adelaide Showgrounds since 1973 and it was an astounding success. Social media is buzzing with racegoers sharing their praise, … Continue reading A Step Back In Time: WAYVILLE RETRO NIGHT

Western Show Events Explained: HUNTER UNDER SADDLE

In the previous blog post, we touched on the Ideal Hunter Horse . So this next paragraph may sound familiar. The ideal hunter horse should have a long, low ground covering stride. The movement should be easy, forward and flowing. The horse should look relaxed, obedient , bright and willing. Transitions should be responsive and … Continue reading Western Show Events Explained: HUNTER UNDER SADDLE