open morning at stables

Centurion racehorse trainer hosts open morning at stables

One of Britain’s youngest racehorse trainers – who broke through the 100 mark for career winners during 2015 – is hosting an open morning at his stables in north Nottinghamshire on Sunday 29th November.

Scott Dixon, who has enjoyed success at racecourses the length and breadth of the country, will be telling visitors about the exciting opportunities for prospective racehorse owners in 2016.

With ownership now available from as little as £150 plus VAT, joining a syndicate at Haygarth House Stud near Retford and experiencing the thrill of watching your own horse race has never been more affordable, and has the makings of an ideal Christmas present.

The open morning, supported by the stable sponsor Socialites, takes place on Sunday 29th November at 10.30am, compered by At The Races television presenter and racing pundit Simon Mapletoft.

There will be a parade of yearling colts and fillies purchased from the bloodstock sales at Doncaster and Newmarket this autumn, plus yearlings bred at the stud itself. Horses from the Doncaster Racing Club, (membership costs just £500 plus vat for 12 months) including two-time winner in 2015 Misu Moneypenny, will also be on show for visitors.

Members of the stable’s syndicates will be available to talk about the experience of racehorse ownership during the open morning at stables.

Scott Dixon said: “2015 has been another year of great progress at Scott Dixon Racing and we have made some wonderful purchases at the bloodstock sales. We will still stay busy racing on the all-weather tracks over the winter months, but preparations are well under way for the 2016 Flat racing season.

“With syndicates and ownership customer care being our forte, we have extensive experience of and dedication to racehorse ownership and offer a variety of opportunities no matter the size of your budget. There has really never been a better time to get involved and we make sure that all of Haygarth House’s racehorse owners have tremendous fun.”

The stud and racing yard also offer five-star breakfasts in the adjacent country house with tours of the stables and trips on to the gallops – again another excellent Christmas gift.

Visitors on Sunday 29th November will be able to enjoy a tour of the training yard, with refreshments on offer. Bookings can be made on 01777 869300 or email Further information about the open morning at stables is available at


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