Welcome to Ballarat

After many successful years training at Caulfield Racecourse the Andrew Noblet Racing team loaded up the trucks and set off up the Western Freeway to the state of the art facilities at Ballarat Turf Club.

Ballarat Turf Club may be one of Victorias oldest racing clubs, opening its doors in 1854, but the progression of the facilities in recent years provide us now with a world class training centre. With the all weather uphill gallop track, grass training tracks, synthetic training tracks, a steeple lane and a relaxing natural environment, we can cater for every horses individual needs.

The brand new stable complex is also nothing less than the best. We can accommodate 30 horses in spacious boxes, each equip with a window and rubber walls for maximum comfort and safety. The option to have horses outside in day yards is also available, as well as facilities including a 12 horse walker, a large sand roll, a walking/parade area and a treadmill shed.

The horses are thoroughly enjoying this new environment and it's definitely showing on the racetrack. With the range of training options available, we are able to get the best out of every individual horse and produce the best results possible.

We look forward to the coming months when we can host an Open Day for owners and prospective owners to see for themselves what our Ballarat training operation has to offer.

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News Archive


Life in Ballarat

Andrew Noblet Racing said their goodbyes to Caulfield and headed up the Western Freeway to the state of the art facilities at Ballarat Turf Club. 


Hinchinbrook x Lady Sol Colt

A Hinchinbrook colt from 2020 Magic Millions 


Noblet confirms Ballarat move

Andrew Noblet is the latest trainer to confirm plans for a departure from Caulfield, revealing on Friday that he will move to Ballarat next year. 


Moor Gait Steals Gr3 SA Fillies Classic

Moor Gait lived up to her pedigree – if not her massive odds – by leaving punters gasping when a winner of the Group 3 $175,000 SA Fillies Classic at Morphettville at odds as high as $216. 


Super Cash Stradbroke-bound?

It remains all systems go towards a Queensland winter run for Caulfield mare Super Cash but plans may have changed in relation to which feature she'll target according to trainer Andrew Noblet. 


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