Harraton Court Stables Led by elite training team Darryll Holland and Kieren Fallon
Harraton Court Stables have relaunched their website offering Racehorse shares and horses for sale that are trained by Head Trainer Darryll Holland and Kieren Fallon as Assistant Trainer.
Racehorse ownership is something truly special. People think it's all about winning, but it's much more than that. To be part of the training and development of a majestic creature, to see the racehorse/jockey relationship blossom, to experience the breathless anticipation as race day approaches, and to not just hear the thundering of hooves, but to feel it in every pore of your body.
However, horseracing is also an expensive business. The intense training, high levels of care, transportation, feed, entry fees, jockey fees and vet bills can see the cost of a thoroughbred racehorse run into more than 5 figures. As a result, most racehorse owners have considerable private wealth, or understand, and are passionate about, horses and the huge earning potential with the right horse/jockey combination.
About Harraton Court Stables
Owned by Darryll Holland since 2007, Harraton Court has been leased for the interim years, during which time Holland has continued his career, fitting in training modules to earn his training licence when he could. Now a licenced trainer, Holland, with Fallon as Assistant Trainer, hope to see many winners pass through their doors.
With more than 70 years of experience between us and supported by a world-class team, we want to bring the joy of racing to people as passionate about it as we are. We are confident that we can meet the racing world's high expectations of our operations by providing the highest standards of care and training.
Located in the heart of the British racing country, less than three miles from Newmarket, in the village of Exning, Harraton Court Stables is widely known as one of the most prestigious stables in the country. Steeped in history, the stables were established in the 1880s by John George Lambton, the third Earl of Durham, and a major name in racing at the time. The stables have been home to champions and Derby winners including Cicero, winner of the 1905. And so, it only seems appropriate that, more than a century later, the stables are once again in the capable hands of big names in racing, Darryll Holland and Kieren Fallon.
Nobody is better placed than former professional jockeys to provide the best care, training and accommodation to thoroughbreds with Derby-winning potential. Together with our skilled team, we work tirelessly to provide the very best services.