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European Trainer Magazine - horse racing

4 issues per year View Reviews   |   Write Review From $3.25 per issue European Trainer magazine, is the quarterly magazine for the training and development of the thoroughbred racehorse. .. read more The magazine covers profiles on leading racehorse trainers and covers subjects including; welfare, training, nutrition and the racing business. As well as containing an indexes for all major forthcoming stakes races around the world.

The magazine covers all the latest and innovative developments within the horse racing industry and is a must read publication for anyone serious about sport horse training. The magazine features both leading writers and top photographers.  read less
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European Trainer Magazine - horse racing  |  January - March 2023  


TopSpec Trainer of the Quarter – Sir Mark Prescott Bt.

Sarah Steinberg – Catrin Nack reports how Steinberg’s small, but brimming quality string of horses, have led her to become one of Germany’s up-and-coming trainers.

The “Gut-Brain connection” – No matter how strong the horse, their head must be in the game to succeed and Scott Anderson explains how the gut plays a vital role in this.

Racing’s “Social Licence” – Paull Khan expands upon a presentation he gave at the European Parliament explaining how EMHF will play a vital role to support the importance of welfare in racehorses. .. read more

Investing in All-Weather racing – Catrin Nack delves into the All-Weather racing scene in Germany, France, UK and Ireland and the investments being made for its longevity.

The importance of the Sacroiliac joint – Annie Lambert talks to Dr. Michael Manno about dilemmas the Sacroiliac joint can pose and how to deal with these.

Nursery schools for jumpers – Daragh Ó Conchúir examines the vital role of ‘pre-trainers’ in Irish National Hunt racing and their growing influence in producing ready-to-run horses.

Artificial Intelligence tools - and their growing use in training – Artificial Intelligence tools are fast developing within the racing industry. Alysen Miller explores how they are being used for selecting yearlings at the sales.

Racing and breeding in Turkey – Paull Khan explores the true scale of the Thoroughbred industry in Turkey which is widely underestimated.

The Chehboub’s and their new breeding operation in Normandy – John Gilmore tells us how the Chehboub family are developing the Haras de Beaumont to become a major player in the French breeding and racing scene.

International Codes of Practice on equine disease for 2023 – With horses being one of the most internationally travelled species, Victoria Colgate and Richard Newton talk about the very real and present threat of equine infectious diseases’.

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European Trainer magazine, is the quarterly magazine for the training and development of the thoroughbred racehorse. The magazine covers profiles on leading racehorse trainers and covers subjects including; welfare, training, nutrition and the racing business. As well as containing an indexes for all major forthcoming stakes races around the world.

The magazine covers all the latest and innovative developments within the horse racing industry and is a must read publication for anyone serious about sport horse training. The magazine features both leading writers and top photographers.
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