Bottom Yard, Phantom House Stables
Dylan Cunha is a Group One winning trainer from South Africa, now training in the historic and prestigious racing headquarters, Newmarket, UK. Dylan is also an Ultra Marathon runner as well as previously an airline pilot, giving him a solid mix of life experience combined with a wealth of lifetime horse racing experience to be a successful trainer in the UK.
Park Lodge Stables
Harry grew up at Park Lodge, immersed in the excitement of a busy training stables. He went on to work at several prestigious establishments internationally, as well as with Royal Trainer to The Queen, William Haggas at Somerville Lodge Stables. He took over the family stables from his father in 2021.
Since starting training in 2001, Julia has sent out well over 200 winners from Ascot to Yarmouth. Her small, family-run stable has built a reputation as one of the shrewdest in the sport with a talent for improving inexpensive second-hand horses as well as realising the full potential of young stock.
John Gosden has been associated with some of the sports brightest stars and his career haul is well over 3,000 race wins including well over 100 Group 1 winners all over the world. He has recently joined forces with his son Thady to train jointly from Clarehaven Stables.
Seven Time Classic-winning trainer, William Haggas is one of the most respected trainers in British racing in Newmarket. William spent time with John Winter and Sir Mark Prescott before taking out his own license and training his first winner - Tricky Note (15th April 1987) - from his Somerville Lodge base where he has been since 1987.
Harraton Court Stables
Darryll Holland is a former Multiple Group 1 winner who has ridden for some of racing’s leading trainers. He acted as an assistant trainer while occupying his role as a stable jockey and has since established himself as a trainer in his own right.
Having previously worked as a Pupil Assistant to Tom Dascombe and an Assistant Trainer Luca Cumani, as well as doing a winter spell in Australia with Gai Waterhouse, Amy joined the training ranks in Autumn 2016 having learnt from some of the very best in the world.
In August 2019 Patrick took out his dual purpose training licence, which in turn is a true accolade to over 25 years horsemanship within the Racing Industry, having more recently established a reputable pre-training operation here in Newmarket. Over the past 6 years Patrick has educated the future champions of the turf on the initial stages of becoming a Racehorse, for some of the town’s biggest stables, including John Gosden.