Phone 03 5942 8447
0403 485 785 - Jamie
0432 111 896 - Lyn
255 Pooley Road,
Nar Nar Goon North, VIC 3812
A little bit about the people behind the passion of what we do!
Lyn attended Pony Club from the age of 8 until she was 21, during which time she competed (up to State Level) in many disciplines including mounted games, dressage, showjumping & eventing. Lyn trained extensively with the late Charlie Moffat (International Showjumper & Member of 1996 World Equestrian Games Showjumping Team), and qualified to compete internationally in Eventing. She spent a number of years training alongside many Olympic team members/medallists in the United Kingdom, Belgium and Italy and was actively involved in training Thoroughbreds for CCI**** (Olympic) Level. She was the Chef d'Equipe (Team Manager) for the Italian Eventing Team competing at Bonn-Rodderberg CCI in 2001. She completed her British Horse Society Professional Qualifications (Stage 2) in 2001 and Equine Specific First Aid in 2002 whilst in England. Back in Australia, Lyn completed her Certificate IV in Thoroughbred Racing in 2007 & was granted her Racehorse Trainers Licence and continues to train a small team of racehorses. Lyn is also a Racing Victoria Acknowledged Retrainer, Equestrian Australia Level 1 Coach and a qualified Accountant. Lyn is also a founding Director of Beyond Racing, a charity set up to ensure racehorses have a life beyond racing.
Jamie was a successful jockey in Queensland for a number of years with a career highlight being his 1989 Ipswich Cup win on Dixie Kid. Jamie then turned his hand to training and had a successful racing stable based in Ipswich, prior to his move to Victoria in late 2010 to launch his son's (Jake & Regan) careers as Apprentice Jockeys. Both Jake & Regan have gone on to become Group 1 winning Jockeys. After a 20 year break from race riding, Jamie regained his Jockey licence in Victoria, where he rode successfully until 2017. Jamie has had many years’ experience breaking in and training Thoroughbreds. Jamie loves exploring all the disciplines thoroughbreds can be used in and spends many hours a day training and breaking in. He is known in the industry as a master with young or difficult horses.