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LEGACY LIVES ON THROUGH NATIONAL HORSE REGISTER

The parents of a Hunter student, who died during a jillaroo course a decade ago, remain as determined as ever to carry on her legacy.

The Waugh family has now found a political ally as it pushes for a national horse register, to ensure racing bloodstock doesn’t end up in the training arena.

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About Stephen Mount

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Stephen Mount began his media career as a reporter and producer with NBN almost 20 years ago before taking up a role with National Nine News. After a few years in management roles with the Newcastle Knights, the Hunter Medical Research Institute and private enterprise, he's returned to NBN News as a news reporter while studying law at the University of Newcastle.

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