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National Racehorse Week is back for a third year!

From 9th to the 17th September yards, studs and aftercare centre’s across the country will open their doors to celebrate the love care and attention that racehorses receive 365 days a year.

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National Racehorse Week 2022

We look back at a hugely successful week that featured 138 separate events with over 100 yards, 8 studs and 7 aftercare, retraining & rehoming centres taking part.

Natioanl Racehorse Week launches with a Racehorse Visit to A Care Home ❤️

Racehorse SIGURD launched National Racehorse Week by visiting a care home and school. The multiple generations had first hand experience of how positive the experience with racehorses can be and learnt about all the welfare measures and care they receive each and every day.

Preparing the racehorse: Equine physiotherapy

Equine physiotherapy not only helps keeps racehorses happy and healthy, but can also make a huge difference to performance on the track

Racehorses Enjoying Their New Homes 🏠

Hannah Jackson aka @redshepherdess went to New Beginnings to see just how they rehome and retrain ex-racehorses.

Emma Lavelle on racehorses’ holidays

How do racehorses build up their fitness after a long holiday? With some horses needing to shift up to 60kg, Emma Lavelle explains the process of building up her horses’ fitness

The Amazing Work of HEROS 🙌

Visit HEROS, the industry go-to for retraining and rehoming racehorses and an education alternative to mainstream learning.

A day in the life of a work rider

Stable staff and racehorses love working together. During National Racehorse Week we celebrate that strong bond.

Highlights from 2022

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Jamie Snowden
Jamie Snowden
Jamie Snowden
Ian Williams
Dean Ivory
Diana Grissell
Ian Williams
Harry Whittington

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