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Kim Bailey
Well known racehorse trainer offering first class training facilities, a professional and personal service for all types of owners, based in beautiful Cotswold location.

Michael Bell
Michael Bell has now completed his 18th year as a trainer and achieved another significant milestone in 2006 when he passed the 800 winner mark.

John Best
John Best is Kent's top racehorse trainer


Tony Caroll
The Official website of Tony Carroll, aw carroll, top uk racehorse trainer based near Evesham in Worcestershire.

Paul Cole, Racehorse trainer

Robert Cowell
Robert Cowell, pictured on the right, has a family which is steeped in history with Robert's father having owned, bred and raced horses since early 1960.

Andrew Crook
Andrew Crook Racing is based at Ashgill Stables in Middleham, North Yorkshire, the historic home of horseracing in the North of England


Paul D'Arcy
Paul D’Arcy is a highly motivated, enthusiastic, energetic rising star amongst the training ranks. From starting with two horses in 1998, he has built up a small, but very high quality string, achieving Listed, Group and Classic success.

Zoe Davison
Young public trainer for Shovelstrode Racing Club. Straightforward and informative site

Ed Dunlop
Gainsborough Stables Trainer. 2007 MARKS an exciting new chapter in the career of Newmarket-based racehorse trainer Ed Dunlop.


Mick Easterby
Full and entertaining site that matches the popular Northern's trainer's larger-than-life personality splendidly

Equine Trainng
Training, backing and schooling of the young horse
Re-schooling, and corrective training for the older horse
Dressage, Show-jumping and cross-country training

James Eustace
James and Gay Eustace welcome you to Park Lodge Stables. Park Lodge has a good blend of young and older horses for the 2007 campaign. They are led by ORCADIAN who came agonisingly close to group victory on several occasions in 2006.


Richard Fahey
R F Racing Ltd stables are situated in beautiful open countryside, just a mile out of the historic training centre of Malton in North Yorkshire, is a classic training complex.


Legendary Dubai/Newmarket operation, under direction of Sheikh Mohammed who also has his own dedicated web site. The fronting trainer is Saeed bin Suroor.


Alex Hales
Alex Hales have worked in racing since my schooldays, primarily as Head Lad to Charlie Mann, Assistant trainer to Kim Bailey and from 2000 - 2003 for a very successful period as private trainer for Mr Andrew Cohen.

Michael Hourigan
Michael Hourigan began his career with Charlie Weld on the Curragh at the age of 14. Michael rode as a jockey on the flat, over hurdles and fences and won 14 races as a result.


John Jenkins
John has spent his life working with horses, he served his apprenticeship with G.R. Smyth before becoming a jump jockey. During his twelve year career as a jockey, he rode over one hundred winners.

Mark Johnston
Mark Johnston Racing has built up a very strong management team on which the success of the yard depends. It is through the investment in people that the company has been able to expand and better itself continuously.


Neil King
Neil King, National Hunt Racehorse Trainer, Newmarket. National Hunt horseracing for fun. Racehorses for sale.


Nick Littmoden
Since 1994, when Nick Littmoden first took out a trainer’s licence, he has moved only in one direction, upwards.


Brian Meehan
One of the stars of the emergent group of young trainers

Mouse Morris
Mouse’ was a very successful amateur rider and actually rode Edward O’Grady’s first winner at the Cheltenham Festival in the 1974 National Hunt Chase on Mr Midland as well as two Queen Mother Champion Chases on Skymas.

Hughie Morrison
Hughie Morrison has only been training since 1996 but his success has been nothing short of phenomenal.


Jeremy Naylor
Dr Jeremy Naylor has a wealth of knowledge and experience. After graduating from Veterinary School at the University of Bristol and spending time in equine practice, Jeremy crossed the Atlantic where he spent several years at Washington State University gaining an advanced training in equine exercise physiology and internal medicine.

National Trainers Federation
Useful search engine provides details, names, addresses and contact numbers for licence holders nationwide. Also introductory material and reference info.

Newmarket Trainers
All about racing in Newmarket, includes full list of trainers, some individual trainers pages, maps of gallops, race fixtures, links, executive travel etc.


Jonjo O'Neill
When Supreme Quest won the extended three-mile novices' handicap hurdle at Uttoxeter on April 1, 2002, Jonjo achieved the distinction of becoming the first person to win 100 races in a British season as a jockey and a trainer.

Jamie Osborne
Jamie Osborne was long regarded as one of our best National Hunt jockeys - now he is aiming to hit the heights as a trainer.


Amanda Perrett Coombelands Racing Stables, Coombelands Lane, Pulborough, West Sussex

David Pipe David Pipe was born to train racehorses. Son of Martin Pipe, the most successful racehorse trainer in British racing history, David fast carved a niche for himself as an extremely successful and talented Point-to-Point trainer. He is now channelling his talents towards the Pond House string, which will provide a varied, challenging and rewarding role working alongside his record-breaking father.


John Ryan Racing
Young, ambitious, Newmarket trainer. Being a son of the highly acclaimed and successful trainer Mick Ryan, he boasts more than a decent pedigree!


Saeed bin Suroor
Champion fronting trainer for Dubai's mighty Godolphin operation in Newmarket, whose site this is


Mark Tompkins
Visit Mark Tompkins web site for all the latest news, runners, horses for sale, syndicates, facilities, winners and competitions.

Nigel Twiston Davies
Nigel rode as an amateur for 6 years for a range of trainers including Fred Winter, Fred Rimell and Kim Bailey. He moved to the Cotswolds in 1981 and took out a permit to train with his first winner (he rode it too!) being Last Of The Foxes at Hereford in 1982.