Horse Care

RENAE KUHN - Horse Manager


 Renae is in charge of the feeding and general care of the mares at Equivet Australia. Renae enjoys working with the horses at Equivet during the breeding season. She regards this responsibility very seriously and takes pride in the well-being of all the horses during their stay for reproductive or any other procedure.

Renae lives on her property "East-lynne" at Southbrook with her two daughters, Jessica (13) and Sarah (10) where they breed and train Anglo-Arabians for endurance riding. Renae has been competing in endurance events for 8 years and also breaks in and trains horses for others in this sport. Renae recently completed her first Quilty 160km ride, placing in her division at her first try at this demanding event. A  wonderful achievement.

Jessica and Sarah now compete alongside Renae which is great for all the family. Jessica also recently completed an 80km ride and is aiming for a 160 ride next season.

Renae is pictured riding her beloved Bourhani Albouraq (Albie) in the 2013 100km Murrumba Endurance ride which they completed in 4.54hours. Well done Renae. 









Jane was raised in Dalby and has been riding and competing in shows, gymkhanas, campdrafts and rodeos since the age of five. Her adult life has been centred around Southbrook where she has worked in the equine industry as a stud hand and in the preparation of yearlings.

Recently Jane and her husband Shane  have become heavily involved in the throughbred racing industry, basing their operations "just a horse ride away" from Equivet.

Jane has a deep love of horses and she brings this passion to her job at Equivet caring for the mares during the breeding season. She believes that horses should still be viewed as the magnificent creatures that man was once totally reliant upon.








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Posted on 2014-12-15

• Farewell Angie & Dylan It is with great regret that I must announce that our friend & veterinary colleague, Angie Doudle (& her delightful son Dylan) will be leaving the practice at the end of the year to…  Read-on »