Gold Front Thoroughbreds are dedicated in supporting and promoting retired thoroughbred racehorses.
Retired Thoroughbreds adapt very well to alternative lifestyles, particularly equestrian activities due to their versatility, athleticism and intelligence.
Once our horses finish their career on the race track, we are committed to finding them a loving home where they can shine off the track.
Many of our mares also become broodmares once they finish racing.
Amphlett, Niniko, Lucky Ana, Snazzy Jazzy, Miss Saadi & Society Gal are all now enjoying their days being a mum.
Feb 23, 2016
The former Queensland galloper, was purchased as a tried racehorse by Brent Albuino for owner Nikki Sellars in 2012.
Greymates was Brent's first ever runner, and first ever winner, winning at Bunbury on the 23rd February 2012.
After retiring from the track, Greymates was rehomed by Ashlea Stelmach and works with her as the clerk of course at the Bunbury race course.
Feb 24, 2016
Insurgent was rehomed by Gold Front employee Bri, after he finished racing.
Bri trained 'Surge' up and competed with him in the 2015 Blackwood Marathon.
The 16km horse course takes part on gravel roads, through lush green paddocks and along the side of the Blackwood River. The course is quite undulating with several challenging hills that requires a fit, well trained horse if the team does not wish to be vetted out.
Due to a great performance in the equestrian leg by Surge, they were the 2015 winners in the women's division.
Pomme De Soleil
Feb 24, 2016
Pomme De Soleil is a 4 year old Gelding, previously trained by Brent Albuino at Gold Front.
After completing 3 trials without showing much ability as a race horse, Pomme has now been rehomed.
Since being rehomed he has been trained up to be a Polo horse by his new owner Hannah.
After initially being a bit shy of the ball, Pomme is now enjoying life on the polo field, and loving his new home