Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria is pleased to announce premium equine transport company, Goldners has signed on as a major sponsor.

The new partnership will see Goldners provide important financial support for TBV’s key activities including events, promotion, and marketing of the Victorian thoroughbred industry.

Goldners was established in Adelaide in 1945 by James and Ethelene Goldner. Since then it has grown to become Australia’s premier thoroughbred transport company with operations across the eastern seaboard.

The Goldners team has a combined 600 years of horse handling and transport experience and its fleet of rigorously maintained trucks is second to none. They undertake over 25,000 horse movements per year.

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“We are very pleased to form this partnership with Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria as we look to expand our operations in Victoria.” said Charles Jennings, Chairman of Goldners.

“Over the past 71 years, Goldners has been a trusted partner to our loyal customers including a number of leading Victorian stud farms and racing stables.”

“We continue to invest in our team, fleet, research, and technology to ensure Goldners provides the best horse transport service available for the next 71 years.”

Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria is the peak industry and representative body for Victoria thoroughbred breeders. The organisation promotes and advances the interests of the state’s thoroughbred breeders locally, nationally and internationally.

TBV President, James O’Brien welcomed the new major sponsorship.

“Goldners are known by most in the breeding industry and they have a fantastic reputation for high quality service,” Mr O’Brien said.

“TBV encourages its members of the state’s breeding industry to give Goldners a ring or email and find out how they can best work for you.”

Goldners joins principal sponsor Tabcorp along with major sponsors International Racehorse Transport (IRT) and Newmarket Grandwest in supporting TBV and its important work in promoting the Victorian thoroughbred breeding sector and its members.

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