The Thoroughbred Club

Thoroughbred Events Australia (“TEA”) sponsor The Thoroughbred Club (“TTC”) which is our charity arm.

We are so proud to be able to go around Country NSW and sponsor various Off the Track Horses – yes horses – because we have expanded from Off the Track Thoroughbreds to also include Off the Track Standardbreds.  We are currently active at Polo, Show Jumping, Dressage, Horse in Hand at many Show Societies, Sporting Clubs and Charity events.

The mission of the Thoroughbred Club is
To Unite the Thoroughbred Industries

All of us have been touched in some way or another by riding, by owning, or purely by loving the race horse.

This horse has taken us on a journey that will be instilled in our hearts and if anything like us, has becomes our passion. We have watched, we have wagered, we have ridden, we have gained so much excitement from the race horse.

It is the Thoroughbred Club’s intention to do as much as we can do to give back – even a snippet – to the mighty thoroughbred and assist in any way we can a safe journey to a new career after racing.

The Club’s intention is to offer “knowledge” and to take you first-hand, wherever the ex race horse has gone. We want to see their new achievements. In some cases, there may not be a new achievement but sponsor a horse and take it from an unfortunately situation to be taken to a new home to rest, re-educate and rehome (which we have done so far).

The Thoroughbred Club will also take you on a year’s journey of 5 star experiences at Horse Racing, Show Jumping and Polo with the intention to further expand into Eventing and other ex thoroughbred industries in a timely manner.

Not only will you experience these sports but we will also have various “get togethers” where we can talk and collate further ideas and to socialise amongst similar passionate people. We would like every member to be actively involved no matter how small your time is that you can offer. Together we can make a difference.

as we continue to reach out and support our beloved thoroughbreds