Last month Living Legends was pleased to launch a brand new, user-friendly website, complete with a new logo that represents everything our organisation is about.

Living Legends was established to nurture the deep connection between the community and our racehorse champions and promote life after racing for all horses. We worked closely with graphic designers to create an image that communicates that connection, and we love the outcome.

The dark silhouette of the horse, contrasted with the light silhouette of the person, beautifully captures the touching scenes we see here everyday when our visitors meet our champions. 

The hand on the horse’s shoulder highlights our commitment to giving people the opportunity to get up close to and interact with our horses. For people, especially children, who can feel nervous patting a horse on the head, a touch to the shoulder or neck enables them to make that connection. 

It embodies the cornerstone of our work, and we are so happy to make it the official image of our organisation.

Our website had a major overhaul and is now an engaging and accessible platform filled with all the information our public wants to know. Read about the work we do with the Legends in our Learn with Legends, Learn from Legends and Legends Under Saddle programs. 

We have details about the Woodlands Homestead, Woodlands Park, the Heritage Gardens, the Black Caviar Café, and how you can arrange your next function with us.

Most importantly, we have profile pages for each of our Legends, past and present, that includes their racing career highlights; what they are up to now; and what their quirky personality traits are. 

You can also use the website to donate to our cause – it is as simple as a click of the button.

The new website is now live and waiting for you.

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COVID NOTICE: 12/06/2021

With the easing of the lockdown in Victoria, visitors from the Greater Melbourne (within 25km zone) can now visit Living Legends join in tours of the horses, enjoy Devonshire tea in the homestead or a takeaway to go.

There’s loads of open space and fresh air for your daily exercise in the Woodlands Heritage Gardens and Park.

The Homestead is open to limited numbers for Devonshire tea with the cafe window also open from 10am – 4pm daily for takeaway orders.

Tours groups are limited to groups of up to 10. Face masks must be worn and QR book in is required.