FAQs

Whether you’d like more information on David, guidance on owning a horse, or have questions about our training methods, you’ll find the answer here. Please do get in touch if your question isn’t here and we’ll be happy to help.

Can I send you my horse?

Of course! We very much welcome owners who have already purchased or bred their own racehorse and are now looking for somewhere to have he or she in training.

Can I watch my racehorse being trained?

You are welcome to visit your horse at our family-run stables at any time – please contact us directly to arrange this.

Have you had any recent winners?

Our last winner was Danecase who landed his 4th victory on the flat at Kempton on the 18th October 2017 under jockey Dougie Costello.

 

How can I own a racehorse?

There are a few things you’ll need to consider before buying a horse including the type of ownership that’s right for you. Give us a call and we’ll talk you through your options.

What has been your best win?

As a jockey, David has achieved numerous high profile wins, including leading Kingmark across the winning line at the Edward Hamner Steeplechase three consecutive times between 2000 and 2002. Working with Ian Williams also led to a Grade 1 victory aboard Brewster at Newbury in 2004.

What type of training methods do you use?

We pride ourselves on our holistic training approach and use a wide range of training methods to ensure optimum fitness levels for our horses. This includes regular use of the horse walker and our equine pool, which reduces stress on muscles and joints.

Why choose David Dennis Racing?

At David Dennis Racing, we’re committed to offering the ultimate training experience.

We’ve recently refurbished our family-run stables, so your horse is guaranteed the highest quality care from expert staff using the latest facilities and amenities.

David Dennis has extensive knowledge, experience and insatiable passion for the sport underpins everything we do.

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