Group 1 glory for Plyedriver

William Muir enjoyed a first success at Group 1 level along with joint-trainer Chris Grassick, as Pyledriver broke the heart of Al Aasy to land a thri…

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You are spoilt for choice with our Lambourn trainers

THE Lambourn Valley, situated in the north-east corner of Berkshire, is recognised as one of the major racehorse training centres in the country.

With its superb facilities and wide-ranging gallops covering in excess of 500 acres and with more than 30 trainers to choose from – your racehorse could not be in a better place whether it be a flat or National Hunt horse. Our new website is here to provide the latest information of the day-to-day goings on in Lambourn plus quotations from all the day’s runners from our trainers (when available).

There is also information and contact details for all our trainers; the history of training horses in Lambourn; where to stay; our annual Lambourn Open Day – which is held on Good Friday (April 10th, 2020) and all the latest news.

Sweet Reward and Rob Hornby win the Play Coral For Free Handicap at Sandown from Noble Masquerade, Winklevi and Bad Company.  Photo: Steve Davies
Sweet Reward and Rob Hornby win the Play Coral For Free Handicap at Sandown from Noble Masquerade, Winklevi and Bad Company. Photo: Steve Davies


Sunset Bay

4:08 Salisbury

“Sunset Bay looks magnificent and this looks a great opportunity for her. The ground will should be fine for her and she is drawn well so I am hoping for a big show.”

Ed Walker


GB FLAT Current Season Jan 2021-Dec 2021

Ed Walker 27 152 18 £362,094
Charles Hills 27 156 17 £314,410
William Muir & Chris Grassick 7 48 15 £260,330
Clive Cox 22 132 17 £224,147
Richard Hughes 18 142 13 £139,684
Roger Teal 13 116 11 £130,008
Henry Candy 7 59 12 £116,055
Tom Ward 14 84 17 £105,475
Joseph Tuite 10 72 14 £99,809
Owen Burrows 7 41 17 £81,077
Jonathan Portman 8 104 8 £60,677
Jamie Osborne 11 85 13 £49,318
Mark Usher 6 85 7 £43,540
Daniel & Claire Kübler 5 50 10 £35,044
Sylvester Kirk 5 60 8 £33,242
Stan Moore 1 89 1 £32,028
Harry Dunlop 4 52 8 £30,895
Ali Stronge 3 73 4 £25,993
Seamus Durack 1 17 6 £10,651
Dominic Ffrench Davis 1 22 5 £9,382
Harry Whittington 0 11 0 £3,861
Jamie Snowden 0 5 0 £1,728
Oliver Sherwood 0 1 0 £300
Warren Greatrex 0 4 0 £300
Nicky Henderson OBE 0 2 0 £0

GB JUMPS Current Season Apr 2021-Apr 2022

Nicky Henderson OBE 23 81 28 £129,603
Jamie Snowden 8 37 22 £46,415
Oliver Sherwood 2 11 18 £13,843
Warren Greatrex 1 16 6 £8,231
Mark Usher 2 7 29 £5,850
Oliver Signy 0 5 0 £4,159
Harry Whittington 0 8 0 £3,919
Dominic Ffrench Davis 0 2 0 £350
Ali Stronge 0 5 0 £0
Roger Teal 0 1 0 £0

News in Brief

‘She’s a joy to train’ – La Lune strikes for Henry Candy in Pinnacle Stakes

Henry Candy stated on Friday his Pinnacle Stakes hopeful La Lune would hate the ground and the best he could hope for was a place, but those expectations were exceeded in spectacular style as the five-year-old mare romped home to win at Group level for the first time. David Probert’s mount handled the drying good to soft ground and struck by a length and three-quarters over Cabaletta.

First course success for Henderson as Bowen impresses on Fugitives Drift

Nicky Henderson enjoyed his first winner at the Cumbrian track as Fugitives Drift landed the 2m1½f beginners’ chase under James Bowen. The Seven Barrows trainer had previously only saddled two runners at the course, the best of whom finished second, but Fugitives Drift justified 6-5 favouritism to make a successful debut over fences.

Next stop Coolmore as dual-purpose star Verdana Blue is retired

Grade 1 winner and top dual-purpose performer Verdana Blue has been retired, Nicky Henderson announced on Saturday.  The nine-year-old was not pleasing the Lambourn trainer in the run-up to Royal Ascot, where Henderson admits he is unlikely to have any runners, and has been sent to Ireland to be covered at Coolmore.


3:45 Doncaster, 12th June

Temple Bruer

Ed Walker

Temple Bruer looks magnificent and is in very good form. This looks a great opportunity for him and I think the trip will be ideal, the question mark will be the fast ground however I’m pretty hopeful he will handle it fine as he has won on quick ground before up at Doncaster.

6:30 Haydock, 10th June

Tenaya Canyon

Ed Walker

Tenaya Canyon looks fantastic and has come out of that slightly disappointing race at Lingfield very well. I think coming back in trip is what she needs and I think she is a filly with more to offer so I am looking forward to seeing her over this distance.

5:40 Uttoxeter, 10th June

Barley Famous

Nicky Henderson

She has had a couple of really good runs over hurdles and is in good form at home so we are hopeful of a good run.

4:40 Newbury, 10th June

Reina Del Mar

Ed Walker

Reina Del Mar looks awesome and I am really looking forward to seeing her step up in trip on better ground at Newbury. It looks a very winnable race aside from Sir Michael Stoute’s Zoffany colt who won very well last time when stepping up to a mile and a half for the first time. I am thrilled Oisin is riding and I am really looking forward to seeing what she has got over this trip.