Thoroughbreds are Go – Horse Therapy for Military and a Show Ring Star
Tara Madgwick - Thursday April 2

Caroline Searcy’s Thoroughbreds are Go has attracted a big following from racing fans and horse lovers in a short space of time and if you missed Monday night’s show then catch up here with a great episode that looks at thoroughbreds in a different light as therapy horses.

Scott Brodie shares his knowledge!

Scott Brodie has an unparallelled reputation for re-education and re-homing thoroughbreds and his work with returning military service men and women and thoroughbreds is inspirational.

Also check in with Melbourne Cup perennial Precedence in his new role as a show horse and Group I winner Miss Kournikova as an Arrowfield nanny.


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