Track rider Beth and Kundalini:

After her first riding lesson at 14 years old and 4 years working at Newmarket under the eye of James Tate and Cirsfords, Beth moved to Australia to gain experience in the industry and an insight on the training methods of down under. 

Not only has she found out about the Aussie thoroughbred industry during her time at Ciaron Maher Racing but she also found a love for a filly named Kundalini 🥰 Beth rides her each morning and today she got to strap for her race day debut – in which she ran a very gallant second! 👏🏼

Our staff work hard to watch our horses go through the grades, and the excitement of seeing their favourites out at the track is what it’s all about.

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