'No One Day' campaign continues

TAB's 'Not One Day' campaign continues and this week highlighted the efforts of renowned vet, Dr Sian Hazell.

Having graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2000, Hazell has been the resident vet at Mill Park since 2005 and has a lifelong love of animals.

"I always wanted to be a vet but I decided I was far more interested in the breeding side of things," she said.

"For me, I love seeing the progression from a foal through to when we prepare them for a sale.

"We're assessing them all the time so I love seeing that. Their mothers are mares I've cared for during pregnancy so I love seeing the story unfold."

Among the broodmare's at the property under Hazell's care is Dane Belltar, the dam of Caulfield Cup winner Faulkner.

Hazell is just one of the many women whose achievements are being highlighted by TAB during the 'Not One Day' campaign which commenced in March. 

Next week, there will be a further instalment to the 'Not One Day' campaign to coincide with the famous Warrnambool Carnival.