Newmarket Trainers

Newmarket Trainers

Newmarket houses over sixty Trainers and they do, indeed, come in all shapes and sizes…

Initially, Newmarket Racing Club will be working closely with the following, carefully selected Newmarket Trainers who together provide an eclectic and exciting mix of both vast experience and proven success at the highest level of the sport and youthful exuberance, coupled with huge potential. Each Trainer has been selected for a combination of great talent and their honesty and integrity and we are sure that, together, we can provide the perfect platform for a hugely successful and enjoyable season’s racing.

Experience tells us that it makes great sense to spread the horses among a number of trainers for, when one or other yard may, perhaps be ‘out of form’ that we will always have alternatives to ensure continuous racing and fulfilment throughout the year.


Current Newmarket Racing Club Trainers

Charlie Fellowes

Settled in well at Bedford House & followed a successful Melbourne Cup campaign in 2018 with a Royal Ascot winner and a sensational head 2nd in ‘the Cup’ in 2019.

Tom Clover

Now at the historic Kremlin House Stables, where late father-in-law, Michal Jarvis saddled Multiple Classic & Group One winners. Saddled a Glorious Goodwood winner in 2019.

Chris Wall

Highly experienced, shrewd, operator at all levels of the sport. A dual Group One winner & concluded 2019 spectacularly with 14 winners in five weeks.


Other Designated Newmarket Trainers

Jane Chapple-Hyam

Impeccable pedigree and a Tote Ebor winner, Europe’s richest handicap, in her first season as a trainer.

William Jarvis

Master of Phantom House and a Two Thousand Guineas Classic winner, also Royal Ascot winner.

George Margarson

Multiple Group winning trainer who will be pleased to tell you all about finishing 1st and 2nd in a Group One race in France.

Rae Guest

Famed for his touch with the fillies but equally capable with colts. A Four-time Group One winner!

John Berry

Former Mayor of Newmarket, trainer of the evergreen Roy Rocket and, formerly, the prolific Largesse. Sky Sports Broadcaster.