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Club Trainers

  • Julie Camacho

    Julie Camacho

    Malton, North Yorkshire

    Julie Camacho and her husband and assistant trainer Steve Brown started training in the 1990s when Julie took over from her father, Maurice. Julie had her first winner with Elite Racing Club's first homebred winner Stately Favour and has since trained Elite Racing Club’s record-breaker Judicial, the winner of an incredible 18 races, including two Group 3s. The last couple of seasons have seen their profile increase and 2023 was their true breakthrough year through the exploits of the outstanding sprinter Shaquille, the winner of two Group 1 sprints including the July Cup at Newmarket.

  • Harry Charlton

    Harry Charlton

    Marlborough, Wiltshire.

    Having shared the training licence with his father Roger for the previous two seasons, Harry took over the licence in January 2024 to train from the historic Beckhampton Stables in Wiltshire. In Roger's first season, he won the Derby and Prix du Jockey Club (French Derby) with Quest For Fame and Sanglamore, respectively. Roger also notably handled the Group 1 winners Avonbridge, Patavellian, Tamarisk, Al Kazeem and Quadrilateral. Roger also trained Elite Racing Club's Group 3 winner, Border Patrol, and the speedy Listed-winning juvenile Marlinka. Harry and Roger had great success on the Flat in 2022 and 2023, training 89 domestic Flat winners.

  • James Fanshawe

    James Fanshawe

    Newmarket, Suffolk

    James Fanshawe has been operating at the highest level for four decades from his beautiful and historic yard, which was built by legendary jockey Fred Archer. James has uniquely trained two Champion Hurdle winners as well as any number of Group 1 Flat winners, with the likes of The Tin Man, Speedy Boarding, Society Rock, Deacon Blues and Audarya, and Elite Racing Club's top-class homebreds Soviet Song and Ribbons. James has a particularly good record with fillies, on account of the fact that he has trained for some of the leading owners/breeders.

  • James Ferguson

    James Ferguson


    One of the rising stars of British Flat racing, James Ferguson has already enjoyed several high-profile successes since sending out his first runners in 2019. James quickly enjoyed domestic success with the talented two-year-old filly and Group 3 winner Mise En Scene, as well as a valuable Heritage Handicap success with Owners Group’s First Folio. In 2022 he plundered the Group 2 Great Voltigeur at York with Deauville Legend, a big race success that followed El Bodegon’s Group 1 French win at the end of the previous season. He continued his success through 2023 with 28 domestic winners, including the Listed Feilden Stakes with Canberra Legend, as well a valuable win in Australia’s Moet & Chandon St Leger Stakes with Land Legend.

  • Anthony Honeyball

    Anthony Honeyball

    Beaminster, Dorset

    A former conditional jockey for Paul Nicholls, Anthony Honeyball began his training career in 2006, from his parents' farm in Somerset, and in 2012 moved to his current base in Dorset. The undoubted star of the show has been Regal Encore, the winner of nine races, including a Grade 3 chase at Ascot, when 12 years of age, also the dual Graded-winning chaser Sam Brown. Anthony has an excellent record with mares, highlighted by the talented Midnight Tune, who landed a Grade 2 at Sandown over hurdles. Anthony had his best season to date in 2023/24, with 42 wins and total prize money in excess of £750,000.

  • Emma Lavelle

    Emma Lavelle

    Marlborough, Wiltshire.

    Emma Lavelle has been training horses for over 20 years, but it is since moving to her current setup, Bonita Racing Stables in Wiltshire, that her career has really taken off, and in the 2021-22 season she equalled her previous best total of 42 winners. Emma trains one of the most talented hurdlers in the country, the evergreen Stayers’ Hurdle and Long Walk Hurdle winner Paisley Park, also the Ladbroke Trophy winner, De Rasher Counter. Emma has also enjoyed notable success in the past with Shotgun Paddy, Self Defense and Crack Away Jack. Emma has achieved many successes for Elite Racing Club, including the useful chasers, General Medrano and Ballycarney.

  • Sir Mark Prescott

    Sir Mark Prescott

    Newmarket, Suffolk

    Sir Mark Prescott began training in 1970 and is Newmarket's longest-standing trainer. Situated at the base of the famous Warren Hill, Sir Mark trains a select team of 50 horses. He enjoys plundering big handicaps but has also masterminded the careers of sprinters Pivotal and Elite Racing Club's dual Group 1-winner Marsha. Sir Mark also achieved Group 1 success with Albanova, Alborada, Hooray and Confidential Lady. His biggest success came in 2022 when Alpinista won a £2.4 million first prize in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.

  • Roger Varian

    Roger Varian

    Newmarket, Suffolk

    During a decade as assistant to Michael Jarvis, Roger Varian was involved with the likes of Rakti, Iffraaj and Eswarah, before taking over the reins from his former employer in 2011. Roger's first runner, Eton Forever in Doncaster's Spring Mile, was a winner, and in that first season he also saddled the Group 1 winner Nahrain. Roger has now trained more than 1,350 winners, including the 2022 St Leger winner Eldar Eldarov and a memorable victory with King Of Steel in the hands of Frankie Dettori in the 2023 Qipco Champion Stakes, amongst a total of more than 20 Group 1 successes.

  • Ed Walker

    Ed Walker


    Ed Walker started training in 2010, basing himself in Newmarket, before settling at his impressive current base, which has all the facilities expected of a major racing yard, including its own gallops. Ed has trained more than 500 winners, and his training career has flourished in recent years, thanks to star horses like July Cup winner Starman, and dual Group 1-winner Dreamloper. 2023 saw Ed equal his previous best tally of 63 winners in a season and included a Royal Ascot victory with Waipiro.

Benefits of Membership

Club stable visits

The Club organises regular visits to our trainers' stables, the majority of which are free of charge.

This is a great opportunity to visit the yards of some of the country's leading trainers and to see the Club's horses.

Member's at Nicky Henderson's Seven Barrows Stables

Members at Nicky Henderson's
Seven Barrows Stables

Donald McCain with Member's at Bankhouse Stables

Donald McCain with Members at Bankhouse Stables

Member's at James Fanshawe's Pegasus Stables

Members at James Fanshawe's
Pegasus Stables

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