Harraton Court Stables

Harraton Court Stables

Located in the village of Exning, just outside Newmarket, Harraton Court Stables is led by former professional flat racing jockey, turned trainer, Darryll Holland.

The mission is to provide the best experience to their owners, through first-class training, racing, and facilities, to maximise the horse's potential, and help owners achieve their goals.

Through private ownership and syndicates, they aim to bring together groups of race enthusiasts to share in top-quality racehorses.

Harraton Court Stables are grade II listed, built during the 1880s by John George Lambton, the third Earl of Durham. Originally built as a private residence, but now comprised of two components, the racing stables and the training stables.

Membership with Harraton Racing offers the opportunity to enjoy the perks of owning a thoroughbred racehorse yourself, without the risk, associated costs, and administration of having to buy a whole horse yourself. Syndicate members, own a share in each racehorse and split the costs. Either pay a one-off fee for a year, with the option of renewing at the end of the year, or have a fixed share where you continue to contribute until the horse is sold or you sell your share.

The price covers all expenses including the purchase and training of the horses, vet bills, entry fees, jockey fees and transport. With Sapphire and Diamond packages, a smaller sum, is due in the second year onward for training fees.