Welcome to the Elite Program
Mission Statement:
"To provide horsemen an opportunity for professional and personal growth, by increasing their understanding of the horse with which they work and enhancing their professional skills."

Questions or to receive more information about Groom Elite classes,   EMAIL US HERE.

November Update

Two late November classes scheduled in Lexington, Ky.

Trainers Exam Prep Class, November 16-18

Owners Groom Elite Workshop November 29-Dec 2.

Learn basic principles of care and handling of horses, particularly Thoroughbred racehorses. Opportunity for owners to learn about horses and techniques of care.
(Click on links above for information on either or both classes.)

Belmont Park Basic Grooming 099 postponed until Spring 2018.

Want to work with horses? This workforce preparation class will provide theBG099 basic horse handling and care knowledge and skills you will need to work safetly around equine athletes. Learn tterminology and skills required for entry level worker positon in the equine industry, with specific emphasis on racehorses. Participants that complete this course and pass evaluations on Friday are virtually assured of being offered a job. If space is available (class size limited to 20 and we will maintain a waiting list), BG099 is a good class for individual horse owners and those wishing to become horse owners, particularly owners working with retired racehorses. Click on the contact us link in the left column and let us know if you would like to be informed of Basic Grooming Class schedule for 2019.

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  Next Trainers Exam Prep Class: Lexington, Kentucky November 16-18.

For General Information about Trainers' Exam Prep Classes,

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The Elite Program suports efforts to improve the welfare and safety of all horses with emphasis on racehorses, active and retired. Training a groom to recognize early warning signs of colic or subtle indications of an impending injury provides a direct  benefit to those horses by enabling treatment that prevents more serious and even life threatening illness or injury.

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All horses, especially racehorses, are at risk of injury and health problems. In addition to the pressures of daily confinement, racehorses' legs are subjected to the pounding of speed work and their general health is challenged by exposure to large numbers of horses from many different locations.Read More