“We decided to switch our horse from the flat to National Hunt and go with a trainer who was good with horses, looks after them well and is forthright in his assessment of a horse’s ability. This was important to us for all we have dreams but we need a dose of reality. Richard and his team give us that but also ensure that we have every chance in no matter what grade of race we run in. He is a winner and wants his owners to share that thrill. His welcoming of you when you visit the yard is second to none.”

MICHAEL CHITTY, SERENDIPITY SYNDICATE

“Having had horses with Richard since 1999 continuously 75% have won! Any special requests for your horse you may have, are always welcome at Adlestrop and if possible accommodated. Adlestrop Stables is a 5 star horse hotel with lovely facilities where there is always a warm welcome whatever time of day.”

COLIN POCOCK, SOLE OWNER

“What I like about being an owner at Adlestrop, is the personal touch you get from Richard and the team, the sense of fun that being involved in racing is really all about, and the knowledge that at a moment’s notice you can pop in to see the horses, go on the gallops, and actually feel part of a vibrant racing stable.”

JOHN INVERDALE

“The mere thought of being involved in the ownership of a race horse can be daunting but Richard and his team at Adlestrop make it easy and through syndication, affordable but most of all horse racing is an entertainment and you can be sure of that at Adlestrop. We would have no hesitation in recommending Richard and all at Adlestrop whether as a first timer or an experienced owner.”

TONY & CAROLINE ASHALL, ADLESTROP CLUB & PARTNERSHIP

“It is a real joy to be an owner at Adlestrop, you receive regular updates on your horse/s and Richard is always available to speak to you. The team at Adlestrop are always welcoming and every owner is made to feel special. Meeting up with other owners at the regular gatherings is always good fun and Jo and the team make fabulous bacon butties which are always welcome after an early morning on the gallops watching and hearing Richard’s lively comments on the horses.”

ANN SAUNDERS

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