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Staff-Muskoka-Farm

Team

Adedicated and experienced team provides the best care for your horse. Nurturing and conditioning at a healthy pace to gradually improve racing potential.

Tim and Adrienne Clark - Farm Managers
Muskoka has been our home for more than 30 years. The farm offers a peaceful, low stress environment ideal for educating and conditioning horses. The work is varied to suit the horses’ individual needs. We particularly enjoy liaising with the Muskoka clients, trainers and owners making many friends over the years.
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Leroy Cragg - Assistant Manager

Leroy has worked at Muskoka for more than 10 years and comes from Blackall QLD and a family droving background.He has recently made the successful step to Assistant Manager in addition to his track riding duties.

Mitch Kearney - Foreman/Senior Track Work Rider

Mitch joined Muskoka more than 10 years ago as a graduate of the Richmond TAFE under the guidance of Joan Pracey. He has become a top class track work rider. Over the last few years while assisting Toby Pracey, Mitch has broken in a number of the large volume of horses entrusted each year to Muskoka, including 2 recent city winners.

Rubal Singh - Quarantine Facility Manager

Rubal has lived in Australia since 2006 and has worked in the Racing Industry all this time to include a year at Lindsay Park and the Hayes family. He then worked at Limitless Lodge for leading horseman Tim Boland as a track rider and stable hand as well as assisting in the management of the on farm Quarantine Export Centre, where he gained valuable experience in all aspects of Export Quarantine management. Rubal joined the Muskoka team in 2011 as a track rider and is now managing the Muskoka Farm Export Quarantine Facility.

Toby Pracey - Horse Breaker

Toby has been associated with Muskoka as our horse breaker for 10 years. He is an outstanding horsesman from a dedicated racing family being the son of the late Terry Pracey and popular Hawkesbury trainer Joan Pracey. Under Toby’s care Muskoka is responsible for breaking in over 100 horses each year.

Mark Bluey Williams - Farrier

Bluey was apprenticed to the legendary Master Farrier and horseman Albert O’Cass based at Randwick from 1988 to 1992 when he joined Muskoka as the farm’s full time farrier. Bluey is a member of the Master Farriers’ Association of NSW, he is universally acknowledged as being extremely skilled and most importantly keeps up to date with the latest information about racehorse shoeing, including preventative and treatment options.