Horse Trainer Open Days

There is one thing that horse racing fans love to do and that is get close to the action and especially see behind the scenes of stables. Horse trainer open days have really taken off over the last few years because it gives the general public a chance to learn what is take to get a horse to the races. There are few occasions when you have the opportunity to see horses, meet the trainer, grooms, stable jockeys and apprentices. That's the beauty of horse trainer open days - the doors are literally off their hinges. 

Horse Trainer Directory is all about promoting horse trainers across the country and we love to keep our readers informed. We will update this page with forthcoming open days dates/schedules so keep coming back to see the latest news. 

Straight From The Horse's Mouth

What is Horse Trainer Directory? The answer to that question depends on the purpose of using our well received website. From a thoroughbred horse trainers point of view it is about helping promote their business to a wider audience. We are growing fast and this month our website will exceed 14,000 page views. We also use Twitter, Facebook & Google+ to help promote trainers big and small on a daily basis. We are known by horse trainers across the country and receive many testimonials. In addition, we give readers free use of our trainer locator so you know who is closest to your home or where to find the trainer of your choice. In fact you can even find their contact details to phone them to inquire if needed. 

The brilliance of Horse Trainer Directory is that our free portal allows trainers, business and horse racing fans to work together with our user-friendly format. As we say, in no more than three clicks of your mouse you can have the information you need at your finger tips. There simply isn't an easier way to find this primary data and why readers know our website goes the extra furlong - so you don't have to. Don't waste time searching the net, bookmarking umpteen pages when you need one page - Horse Trainer Directory.

Our readers are spoiled for choice. Never has it been easier to use our website and it is bursting at the seams with all the latest news. 

What do we have to offer race fans? 

If you have been searching the net for horse trainer information then you will have to go along way to find a better website.

We detail 100s Horse Trainer Websites, Blogs & Twitter Links. In fact we are pretty sure we have every trainer big or small. 

Searching for a racecourse? Well we have one handy page which details all websites and twitter links. It's a great way to know all the fixtures, free ticket offers and news. 

Need to find a horse trainer by location? Our Trainer Locator means you can find them fast - far or near. 

If you want the inside views of the trainer then the LIVE trainer blogs give insight that simply isn't published elsewhere. We have almost 100 trainers on this facility. When they upload their blogs - you get them first. 

To make life easier we feature all the leading Flat trainer blogs (National Hunt in winter) on our home page. However, you can find all trainer blogs via our links and fast buttons. 

Our latest feature is Horse Trainer Quotes.  We detail a number of leading trainer quotes on a daily basis. We will be adding to the list but already we have Marco Botti, Brian Meehan, Mark Usher, Richard Hannon, Julia Fielden, Jeremy Noseda, Roger Charlton, Paul Cole....and many more. 

Horse Trainer Directory goes the extra furlong.



Horse Trainer Quotes

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To pay or not to pay - that is the question. We are talking about the lively topic of horse trainer quotes. Many websites are interested in detailing this valuable commodity of insider information. Horse Trainer Directory: ''Straight from the horse's mouth.'' You may have seen companies such as Trainers Quotes & From The Stables who do a great job in detailing the latest news for the price of subscription. Both services have teamed up with about 20 National Hunt & Flat trainers and they give their thoughts via email etc. There's nothing wrong with learning that juicy bit of info' which makes a good bet. 

But that's where Horse Trainer Directory holds an edge over so many because we have literally 100s of trainer quotes via our trainer websites, blogs & twitter links. It's reason we have a given our readers the ''LIVE'' trainer blog, which details information a matter of moments after the trainer uploads their latest news. To give our readers more value than ever we will be forwarding an increasing number of trainer's quotes on our home page. 

Updated every day, from a much greater source of trainers and all for FREE. The more readers we achieve the more trainer quotes we will give. Help spread the word that Horse Trainer Directory gives free inside information that comes straight from the horse's mouth. 

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Flying Officer wings to impressive staying success

Although he isn’t currently quoted in the ante-post list for the Group 1 Ascot Gold Cup at the royal meeting in June, don’t be surprised if the John Gosden-trained Flying Officer emerges as a potential star long distance performer of the 2014 season, writes Elliot Slater.

The four-year-old has been very lightly raced in the last two seasons and was having only the fourth race of his life when putting up a particularly eye-catching performance at Nottingham’s first fixture of the campaign on April 9, producing a long, raking run under the in-form William Buick, then staying on strongly to beat Earth Amber by half-a-length in the listed Totepool EBF Stallions Barry Hills Further Flight Stakes over a mile-and-three-quarters.

The bare form is not yet good enough to worry the likes of last year’s St Leger winner Leading Light, currently a 4/1 ante-post market leader with bet365 for the centrepiece of Royal Ascot, or The Queen’s filly and defending champion Estimate (5/1), but there are plenty of reasons for thinking that Flying Officer is going places and could well be up to the mark come the middle of June.

The son of Dynaformer is bred to be very smart over staying distances being a full-brother to both 2007 St Leger winner Lucarno, and the 2012 Great Voltigeur Stakes winner Fort Worthy, who also ran fourth in the Epsom Derby behind the top-class Camelot. Everything in his pedigree suggests he should stay really well and Flying Officer’s relaxed racing style gives him every chance of seeing out the marathon trip at Royal Ascot, should connections decide they want to tackle that challenge.

Speaking at Nottingham after the four-year-old had raced off a mark of 100 in beating Earth Amber, there was no doubting the fact that Gosden is expecting his charge to take high rank in the staying class this season. He immediately suggested that a crack at the Group 3 Henry II Stakes at Sandown Park on May 29 could be the next port of call, although here is also the option of tackling the Group 2 Yorkshire Cup at York earlier that month, a race for which the George Strawbridge-owned gelding already has an entry.

Although he has a great record in training St Leger winners, Gosden is far from a regular competitor in the feature Cup staying races, but now appears to have a credible horse to go to war with in that sphere this season. A winner of three of his four starts, Flying Officer’s only defeat came when racing over a mile as a juvenile in a first-time hood – something he wore to his Nottingham victory – but that came behind the subsequent Irish Derby winner Trading Leather when finishing seventh to Jim Bolger’s high-class horse in the Group 3 Autumn Stakes at Newmarket.

Gosden certainly has his whole string in great shape at this early stage of the season and at the time of writing had sent out a sensational five winners from his last 10 runners.


Australian dominance

Horse racing trainer Aiden O’Brien described his horse Australia as “the best we’ve ever had”, which is a very lofty statement when you consider that he has also trained L’Arc and Ascot winner Dylan Thomas and Epsom Derby and 2000 Guineas winner Camelot. So, just how big a season is Australia going to have this year?

By all accounts it is going to be a massive year. The horse is the 9/4 favourite with Paddy Power for the 2000 Guineas and 5/2 favourite with the Irish bookmaker to reign supreme in the Epsom Derby. In less than 12 months’ time this horse could already have reached legendary status.

We caught a glimpse of the horse in Curragh where the colt was part of the Ballydoyle stables training session at the Curragh post-race. As a juvenile, the horse won two of its three starts, the highlight being a six-length victory in a Leapardstown group.

Curragh gave us a glimpse of Australia and that is all we will have until the Guineas; O’Brien does not want to run the horse before Newmarket, as they do not want to race him on bad ground. The horse is “a beautiful mover” and they won’t want to risk injury on poor ground.

The hype surrounding the horse is huge and with O’Brien’s comment this hype has been increased tenfold. For the Ballydoyle trainer to speak so glowingly about Australia then you have to take note. He’s trained dominant horses before and if he believes that Australia has the talent then Australia has the talent.

Of course nothing is set in stone in horse racing and many horses often fail to live up to expectations, but the gut feeling in the racing world is that this horse is going to make it.


Owners: Trainers Directory - British Horse Racing

Horse Trainer Directory is really hitting the heights. The month of March saw us achieve a new record for page views with over 10,000 hits. This was a significant improvement on previous months and much to do with our hard work. Many potential horse owners use our website to search for trainers up and down the country. Why search the net when you have everything you need on one handy site? You will see we are top of the tree with regard to Google rankings. This is just the starting point to a successful year and many promotions. With our readers' support we are making waves because racing enthusiasts and business alike appreciate that we have the easiest website to navigate for horse trainer websites, blogs & twitter links. Thanks for your support.   

Alphabet Listing Of British Racecourses

Who wants to waste their time!!!! Yes, I know it sounds a stupid question but so many people do that everyday - searching for information on the internet. Horse Trainer Directory doesn't just help you find thoroughbred horse trainer website, blogs and Twitter links. We featured a page which details every UK horse racecourse from Aintree to York. An alphabetic list of not only every website but Twitter link, too. So if you need to know all about Royal Ascot then you can find promotions, tickets and every detail with two clicks of your mouse. That goes for every British racecourse from north to south. To make sure our readers know what our website has to offer we have a snazzy new banner at the top of the page which not only promotes racecourse but makes for easy access. If you need to find information fast come and join the fun.