• Nicky Henderson
      Nicky HendersonNH Trainer

      Nicky began his training career in 1978 having been assistant to the legendary Fred Winter. He trains from the historic Seven Barrows yard in Lambourn, which many experts believe to have the best grass gallops in the UK. He has been Champion Trainer six times and won the Gold Cup twice and Champion Hurdle no less than 7 times.


    • Hughie Morrison
        Hughie MorrisonFlat Trainer

        Following a childhood in racing, Hughie took out his licence in 1997 and since has trained over 850 winners. Successes include twice winning the July Cup at Newmarket, training the oldest ever Group One winner in Europe and taking the runners up spot with Marmelo in the 2019 Melbourne Cup.

      • Joe Tuite
          Joe TuiteFlat Trainer

          Joe entered the training ranks in 2010 after eight years as assistant trainer to top Flat handler Mick Channon. He trains from a modern purpose built yard in Lambourn and successes to date include the £250k Ebor Handicap in 2015 and Group and Listed winners in the UK and France.

        • George Baker
            George BakerFlat Trainer

            With a lifelong passion for horseracing, George was granted a licence to train in early 2008 and trained his first winner in March of that year.

            George has been at Robins Farm, a state of the art racehorse training facility in Surrey, since 2017.  It boasts immaculate gallops amidst stunning scenery and finally we now have a horse trained in our home county !


          • 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.

            • Jackie Du Plessis
                Jackie Du PlessisNH Trainer

                Jackie has been involved in racing all her life and trains from a picturesque location of 165 acres of Cornish countryside overlooking Plymouth which provides. Jackie specialises in the rehabilitation of horses that have been injured and seems able to get horses fit, well and racing when others have given up.