Horse Racing Trainers
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Top 10 Trainers
All The Horse Race Trainers Here On GG
Horse racing trainers are responsible for the wellbeing of their horses and making sure that they are fit enough to do themselves justice when they get to the racecourse. At the time of writing, there are around 600 licensed racehorse trainers in Britain and not shy of the same number registered in Ireland.
Horse training in general is expensive and that comment applies very much to horse trainers specifying in racing, with a recent report suggesting that it costs an average £23,000 a year to train a horse running on the Flat, whilst over Jumps, that number is a slightly smaller £16,000.
Horse racing ownership, therefore, is key for racehorse trainers, as these costs can be covered by the owners. In UK racing, horse race trainers receive slightly less than 10% of winning prize money and around 6% of placed prize money.
Here on GG, we’ve identified who we feel are 30 of the best horse racing trainers in the business. Once you’re on this section of our site, simply click on one of the trainers to bring up their dedicated trainer profile page. From here, you can filter a trainer’s performance with their runners at a track, in a specific month, or at a time of the year. You can also check out the performances of their recent runners to assess whether or not the yard is currently in form.
If you’ve spotted that one of the racehorse trainers on our site is currently hitting a real rich vein of form, why not add them to your GG Alerts? This will notify you every time a runner from the stable is entered for a race and rates particularly handy for some of the smaller horse trainers whose runners may not be seen too frequently.