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Faces Of Racing: Cherie Paskaruk

October 7, 2019:

“Work hard and pay attention to the advice you’re being given. Even if it’s not something you want to hear, it may be useful one day. Pay attention to the horses you’re looking after, they may not speak but their actions do talk in more ways than one.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Kelley McNiven

September 29, 2019:

“Always remember the reason you chose to pursue a career in caretaking. It Is for the love of the animal and the sport.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Sarah Lauren Scott

July 15, 2019:

"Take the very best care of the horses in your stable. Travel with your horse, make friends and be sure to bring new people to the industry. Take a win when you can, they don’t always last, be a good sportsman and treat those around you with respect. Keep your ears and eyes open. There is always something to learn, may it be what to do or what not to do."...read on

Faces Of Racing: Ashley Leslie

July 10, 2019:

“My advice for the next generation would be to love what you do. Work hard at it, have patience and respect, and to always have an open mind to learn something new every day.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Luke Burke

July 8, 2019:

“To me, the definition of good horsemanship is to always cater to your horse’s needs no matter how hard it might be, and, of course, to treat other horsemen with respect.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Glenda Giles

July 5, 2019:

“I may not have any good luck charms on race day, but I am always cheering for our horses at the top of my lungs – even when they aren’t doing so well, they’re doing the best they can, (and) I know they can hear me.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Maxime Dubuc

July 3, 2019:

“For those that would like to know more about the horse racing industry, I tell them to go for it. It’s a great sport with superb passion.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Tyler Schlatman

June 26, 2019:

“Seeing a happy horse is the most rewarding part in the caretaker role. It’s a great feeling when your horse is sharp and alert; playing in the field and calling other horses.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Thalia Martin

June 24, 2019:

“It’s the most amazing feeling putting so much of your time and effort into making a horse sound and happy. Seeing them go behind the gate and giving their all, win or lose, it is rewarding just seeing them there.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Mary Hawkins

June 19, 2019:

“As a caretaker, the most rewarding aspect of working with the horse is the relationship you build with them. They recognize you as soon as they see you and they learn to put their trust in you.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Kaitlyn Wesley

June 17, 2019:

“The most rewarding part of being a horse person is seeing all the little things you do daily bring a positive change in a horse. When working with a troubled horse, whether it be an injury or attitude issue, and seeing your hard work pay off is truly an amazing feeling.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Nick Recoskie

June 10, 2019:

“To me, good horsemanship is loving the animal first and the sport second.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Gena Anderson

October 5, 2018:

“The best part [of being a caretaker] is watching a horse you have worked so hard on all week go out and race well. They don’t even have to win, just seeing an improvement makes me feel like I did something right.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Mike Raymond

July 21, 2018:

“I don’t believe in good luck charms. Either the horse is good that week or they aren’t. Your work through the week makes the difference. You have to put the time into your horses that they need.”...read on

Faces Of Racing: Carol Ann Landry

July 20, 2018:

“Seeing the evolution of a colt that I saw come to life, train him and dream of him making it to the races and to see the results when he begins his career -- that is priceless.”...read on


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