Racegoers Club stable visits allow you to experience behind-the-scenes at some of the most prestigious yards and studs in British racing.
Visits are hosted by the trainer or, when work and travel commitments may intervene, an experienced member of the stable staff. These visits give unparalleled insight into the horses, training methods and future hopes for their stars.
It is only possible to run our stable visits through the good will of trainers. We make a £100 donation to the yard for the stable staff.
Stable visits are a great opportunity to meet your equine heroes and gain a greater appreciation of the industry as a whole.
Stable visit information, including confirmed timings and directions, will be sent out approximately one week in advance of the visit. Due to trainers' busy schedules, timings are subject to change and may include an early start!
Find out more and book on to a stable visit below.
Jim Goldie is one of Scotland's most successful trainers, realising top level success under both codes. He trains at Libohill Farm Stables, Uplawmoor - in the scenic Scottish lowlands, 16 miles south west of Glasgow.
Park House Stables, surrounded by downland to the south of Newbury, has been the home of leading trainers and Classic winners since it was established in 1865. Andrew Balding took over the reins from his father Ian in 2003 and emulates his father's success with Classic winners and a consistent flow of Group winners.