• Joe Tuite
      Joe TuiteFlat Trainer

      Joe Tuite entered the training ranks in 2010 after eight years as assistant trainer to top Flat handler Mick Channon, having previously worked in a similar capacity for Charles Egerton. He trains from a purpose built yard in Lambourn. 2015 was a breakthrough year for Joe when in August he won the £250k Ebor Handicap at York with Litigant.

    • Dan Skelton
        Dan SkeltonNH Trainer

        Dan Skelton is one of the leading NH trainers in the UK and is tipped by many in the business to be a future Champion National Hunt Trainer.

        Each season Dan regularly achieves 100 winners and £1 million in prize money and in 2018/2019 became only the second training in UK racing history to win more than 200 races in a season.

      • Hughie Morrison
          Hughie MorrisonFlat Trainer

          Following a childhood in racing (his father owned and bred horses including three classic winners), Hugh took out his training licence in 1997 – since then he has trained over 850 winners.

          His greatest training feats have been winning the July Cup twice, training the oldest ever Group One Winner in the U.K., Ireland and France in ALCAZAR. In addition, he fondly remembers the day TOM PADDINGTON won, having had four years off due to injury.

        • Nicky Henderson
            Nicky HendersonNH Trainer

            Nicky began his training career in 1978, after being assistant to the legendary Fred Winter. He moved to the historic Seven Barrows yard with its private gallops in 1992 and has not looked back. The yard has excellent facilities and plenty of land around for the horses to relax when out of training or between races. It really is the perfect place to train.


          • Jackie Du Plessis
              Jackie Du PlessisNH Trainer

              Jackie Du Plessis has been involved in racing all her life coming from a family who trained and bred Point to Pointers before she took her license out to train under rules. Jackie trains from a picturesque quiet  location of 165 acres of Cornish countryside overlooking Plymouth. Jackie also specialises in rehabilitation and helps us find a good home to any of our horses who become injured and unable to race again.