Employment Opportunities

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The Danny O'Brien Racing team is always looking out for talented staff to join our ranks at our Flemington Racecourse stable or at our private Barwon Heads training facility.

We are regularly in need of track and exercise riders, as well as competent stable staff on full-time, part-time and casual hours.

International applicants are more than welcome to apply with visa and work permits to be considered by the stable for the correct applicant.

We expect professionalism, reliability, consistency and it is also essential individuals have industry experience for any of the riding positions.

Our facilities at Flemington and Barwon Heads are industry leading and you will experience working with some of the best bloodstock in the country as the stable is a key player during the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.

For more information or to express interest in the position please e-mail (info@dannyobrienracing.com.au) including your relevant work history and contact details.




Merriest ready to go in Magic Millions feature

Merriest ready to go in Magic Millions feature
[10 Jan 18] Racing.com caught up with trainer Danny O'Brien to talk about Merriest's chances ahead of the Magic Millions Fillies and Mares feature at the Gold Coast on Saturday.  more...

O'Brien rings in New Year with staying winner

O'Brien rings in New Year with staying winner
[31 Dec 17] Budding stayer Shampion finished 2017 with a bang for trainer Danny O'Brien and owner Jeff Dimery. The daughter of O'Reilly was dominant in her win over 3000m at Warrnambool, coming from back in the field to win drawing away for apprentice jockey Taylor Marshall.  more...

New career awaits The New Boy

New career awaits The New Boy
[30 Dec 17] A Hollywood ending would have been sweet for The New Boy at Sandown on Saturday however, it was more important to his connections that he returned home safe. The nine-year-old was racing for the last time and ran his usual honest race to finish sixth behind Orient Line in the seventh race of the day.   more...