Warwick Farm is set to become the epicentre of the Australian thoroughbred industry with the nation’s most significant training centre as its core.
The announcement of a $25 million upgrade from the Australian Jockey Club to this already outstanding facility; the expected relocation of leading auctioneers William Inglis and Son and with an abundance of high class veterinary practices already in place Warwick Farm is the natural choice for educating and training thoroughbreds.
These developments will complement what already is Sydney’s premier training centre. Set in tranquil surrounds and blessed with first class training tracks and facilities, Warwick Farm is the ideal location to nurture thoroughbreds and has launched the careers of some of our most significant racehorses.
At Warwick Farm, trainers have a selection of different racing surfaces to prep horses on as well as the option of exercising thoroughbreds in large and small bullrings, in a swimming pool or among the eucalypts of Riley’s Paddock, the Polo Fields or along the River Run. These priceless facilities are an ideal getaway for thoroughbreds in need of freshening mentally and are set to be upgraded with the AJC’s strategic plan outlining the creation of eight new working tracks that will be more than five kilometres in length.
Additionally Matthew C. Smith Racing is equipped with large, well ventilated boxes that are saturated in natural light. A six horse walker is part of our training make up as is an on-site residential property, ensuring 24 hour care for your horse.