At present we employ racehorse trainers in Newmarket, Vale Of Glamorgan and Co Meath. Our trainers are widely recognised and respected in the industry as some of the best.

Stuart Williams

6 horses in training

"A conjurer of a trainer. One who can transform an apparently moderate animal into a frequent winner." – Timeform

Stuart Williams

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'A conjurer of a trainer. One who can transform an apparently moderate animal into a frequent winner.' – Timeform

Stuart Williams has recorded well over 700 winners since becoming a licensed racehorse trainer in 1994. Stuart is widely respected as a shrewd trainer within the racing industry and also received the highest recognition from his peers when he was voted President of the National Trainers Federation with his inauguration in February 2011. Stuart Williams recorded his best ever year in 2019, having a record number of winners (74 winners) from only 65 horses in training and a record prize money haul (£950,000+).

The last few years have seen an impressive increase in winners, year on year, for the yard. Unfortunately due to the Covid Pandemic 2020 has been extremely challenging but we have managed to get close to another Group 3 win when Breathtaking Look got beaten by a neck at York. Rhythmic Intent also won at the York Dante meeting.

Although 2019 has proved to be our best year so far, not only did we have 74 winners and 277 horses placed, we also had our best achievement yet of 2 Group 3 winners with Breathtaking Look at Doncaster and Keystroke winning the Abernant stakes at Newmarket !!  Both 2018 and 2017 were not far behind and this has been a huge achievement for both the team and Owners who have as always been so supportive.

Stuart has enjoyed success at some of racing’s biggest fixtures – including Glorious Goodwood, Ascot, Derby Day, Cambridgeshire meeting, Ebor meeting and Eclipse day – establishing himself an outstanding reputation for success from inexpensive horses. 

Evan Williams

1 horse in training

Evan is a multiple Grade 1 winning trainer, has had 1000+ winners and his prize money in the last 5 seasons total £3,650,089.

Evan Williams

Based in the heart of the Vale Of Glamorgan countryside, he has achieved the astonishing feat of saddling horses to finish placed in five consecutive Grand Nationals between 2009 and 2013. The names of the two horses involved in that remarkable achievement are State Of Play and Cappa Bleu. Evan is a multiple Grade 1 winning trainer, has had 1000+ winners and his prize money in the last 5 seasons total £3,650,089. Evan has bought 90% of his his horses himself and does not delegate much, overseeing the present racehorses in the morning and educating the future generations in the afternoon.

Roger Varian

5 horses in training

Roger Varian is a Classic winning racehorse trainer now in his tenth season.

Roger Varian

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Roger Varian is a Classic winning racehorse trainer now in his tenth season. He made an immediate impact on the profession claiming Group 1 success in his first season when Nahrain won the Prix de l'Opera in 2011. Since then he has shown remarkable consistency amassing over 850 winners and has registered Group 1 victories every season he has trained bar one. Roger has saddled 115 stakes winners in his career to date, 17 of which have come at Group 1 level.

The 2020 flat season may have been delayed in starting, Roger's horses came out firing in June and has recorded his best ever Royal Ascot with four winners and five placed horses during the week.

Roger has saddled 124 stakes winners in his career to date, 17 of which have come at Group 1 level. In addition to many prestigious stakes victories, Roger has trained the winners of nine races at Royal Ascot.

Roger Varian is a Classic winning racehorse trainer now in his tenth season. He made an immediate impact on the profession claiming Group 1 success in his first season when Nahrain won the Prix de l'Opera in 2011. Since then he has shown remarkable consistency amassing over 950 winners and has registered Group 1 victories every season he has trained bar two.

Roger has enjoyed Classic success with his multiple Group 1 winner Kingston Hill who scored in the Racing Post Trophy as a two-year-old before going on to Classic glory in the St Leger Stakes, the oldest of the three British Classics.

Roger is probably best known for the success of his globe-trotting superstar Postponed who recorded three Group 1 victories during a memorable campaign, which saw him crowned Timeform Champion Older Horse in 2016 and finish his career on an official rating of 124.

Roger’s first Group 1 winner came on foreign turf when Nahrain prevailed in the Prix de l’Opera at Longchamp. Success on the world stage has been tasted regularly since with the stable enjoying Group 1 success in as many as six different countries: England, Ireland, France, Canada, North America and the UAE.