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Living Legends horse retirement home

Living Legends is an international home of rest for champion horses located on Oaklands Road at Woodlands Historic Park in Greenvale near Melbourne, Australia. Opened in 2006, the organization's primary activity is the care of older horses; but it also supports equine research, education and training to benefit horses of any age or breed.

Modelled on the Home of Rest for Horses in Speen, Buckinghamshire, England, Living Legends is a charitable organisation which relies on private and corporate donations and sponsorships.

Open to the public, horses that can be seen at Living Legends as of June 2007 are:

  • Bomber Bill
  • Fields of Omagh

  • Paris Lane
  • Regal Roller
  • Sky Heights

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