Track riders exercise racehorses on behalf of horse trainers so that they may be fit for racing.
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- follow an exercise training programme laid out by the horse trainer
- walk, gallop and trot horses regularly, according to the training programme
- make reports to the trainer on horses' progress and performance
- monitor horses' health and temperament and report signs of injury and illness
- perform stable duties such as washing, feeding and saddling horses
VET (Vocational Education And Training)
- Certificate III in Racing (Trackrider)
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