TSHA National Championships on Thoroughbreds are Go Tonight

Media Release - Monday November 27

If you competed at the Thoroughbred Sport Horse National Championships in the Friday show jumping classes make sure you tune in to tonight’s Thoroughbreds Are Go on Sky Thoroughbred Central (Foxtel Ch 528).

Caroline Searcy conducts an extended interview with TSHA founder and former international showjumper Krissy Harris covering the growth of thoroughbred competitions in NSW and around Australia and highlighting some young riders who are the future of the sport.

Makaylah Fenwick and 11 YO Manhattan Rain gelding The Garrett high flying in the Puissance class.

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They include 16yo Makaylah Fenwick riding The Garrett, an 11yo grandson of champion filly Bold Promise.

Promoting thoroughbreds for their great athleticism and intelligence helps find more and more of the breed satisfying new homes and the TSHA competitions are a great advertisement for what they can do.

Rachel King on POG aka Paths of Glory (GB), an 8YO stakes-winner of over $500,000.

See racing personalities such as jockey Rachel King and Sky Racing’s Ally Mosely on their thoroughbreds and large scale owners Linda Huddy and Frank and Christine Cook proudly supporting their ex-racehorses during the weekend’s competition at the world class Stonewall complex.

Ally Mosely on Prince of Modena, an unraced 8YO gelding by Choisir.

Tonight, 7.30pm AEDST - Thoroughbreds Are Go – Sky Thoroughbred Central. Replays can be found on social media in coming days.

 

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