RaceShare’s team of trainers include some of the biggest names in the business. They have all trained numerous Group/Grade 1 winners. Their skills in training and nurturing racehorses cannot be bettered anywhere in the world.
One of the most successful and respected trainers of his generation, and a winner of six Classics, William Haggas is consistently in the top three in the UK trainers’ championship. Based at Somerville Lodge yard in Newmarket, he trains for some of the most high-profile owners in the sport, including the Royal Family, Cheveley Park and Shadwell. Renowned for his patience and skill in not rushing his horses onto the racecourse, he is a master of his trade.
Based at the historic Kingsclere Stables in Hampshire, Classic-winning trainer Andrew Balding has an outstanding record on the international stage. His yard is one of the best equipped and most beautiful private training grounds in the UK with upwards of 200 stables. The gallops at Kingsclere are extensive and include three all-weather surfaces, two grass gallops and a set of schooling fences. Andrew and his team starred in the hugely popular Amazon Prime documentary, Horsepower.
Malton, North Yorkshire
A Tipperary native, Quinn was a jockey both in Ireland and the UK before joining the training ranks. Assisted by son Sean, the team have around 65 horses split between their two yards in Malton in North Yorkshire, where the facilities include gallops, paddocks, schooling grounds, a treadmill, indoor school and an equine spa. John's exceptional training talent is exemplified by stable star, Highfield Princess - beaten off a rating of 57 in her first handicap back in 2020, she went on to become a multiple Group 1 winner just two years later.
Middleham, North Yorkshire
Charlie joined the Kingsley Park team on a full-time basis in 2016 before joining his father Mark on a joint training licence in January 2022. They saddled 176 winners in Britain as a partnership and in August 2022, Mark became the first and only trainer to saddle 5,000 winners in Britain. In January 2023, Charlie took over the licence at Kingsley Park and has already enjoyed winners in his own name, whilst Mark remains heavily involved in the Middleham operation as his assistant. As a qualified vet, Charlie ideally positioned for understanding the physical demands of their horses and how best to help them excel on the racecourse.
As the winning-most female racehorse trainer in history, and only the second to win the Grand National (with Mon Mome in 2009), Venetia is renowned for her consistent performance at the highest level. Her horses regularly compete for top honours throughout the Jump season, and have gained numerous successes at the Cheltenham Festival. Venetia’s beautiful Aramstone Stables in Herefordshire have an impressive 50 turn-out paddocks, as Venetia is a great believer that all her horses should spend time each day out in the field at grass.