With breeding being such a significant rural industry, combined with its close relationship with racing, it means the opportunities to further a career are as many and varied as you can imagine.
Most individuals in the industry have participated in hands-on work at some stage in their careers, regardless of their current office-based roles. Fast Track is tailored to offer trainees an intensive learning experience, positioning them for success, regardless of their chosen career trajectory.
As a global industry, breeding also offers extensive opportunities to travel across a wide range of countries for those eager to spend time overseas.
Some careers opportunities include:
Australia is home to some of the world’s most popular sires, some of which are worth tens of millions of dollars. As a stallion manager, you will supervise an exclusive team of grooms who are responsible for the day-to-day care of these animals to ensure they remain in peak physical and mental condition. During the official breeding season the stallion barn becomes a hive of activity and you will be responsible for overseeing the safe practice of covering mares.