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Welcome to Jeremy Scott Racing

SNEL5949Higher Holworthy Farm is the home of jump racing trainer Jeremy Scott. Situated high above Wimbleball Lake in Somerset, it's a stunning location with happy and relaxed horses who keep bringing home the winners.

With Jeremy training the National Hunt horses and his wife Camilla in charge of the point-to-pointers, theirs is a formidable combination with no stone left unturned in their quest to unlock their horses' talents so that they can perform to the best of their abilities.

Add to this their renowned hospitality and Higher Holworthy Farm is perfect for owners with a love of both horses and the social side of racing.


Latest News

  • Two runners at Wincanton - 11am inspection

    19.1.2017 - Fingers crossed Wincanton passes its next inspection at 11am where we have two runners. Unison is in the Higos Insurance Services Yeovil Handicap Hurdle. He’s 6lb higher than his front running win at Doncaster in November and since then he’s been defeated at Ascot. Tikkinthebox is in the “National Hunt” Novices’ Hurdle – he’s been well beaten in his last three starts over hurdles.

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  • A good day at Exeter and Wincanton runners

    18.1.2017 - We were pleased with our runners at Exeter yesterday where Rescued Glory, having his first run in a handicap, travelled so well in the 2m7f handicap hurdle  but showed his lack of experience when he took up the lead with three flights to go and was a little green in front enabling Pink Gin to get the bettter of him before the next and score a two lengths success. It was a very...

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  • A win for the Kid with Jamie on board.

    17.1.2017 - Jamie Moore's first ride for the yard proved a winning one at Plumpoton yesterday where Kid Kalanisi, back over hurdles, won the 3m1f handicap hurdle. His jumping was quite hairy in places, but he took up the running two flights from home to stay on really well and catch the front running Ghost River on the run-in and win by 2 3/4 of a length. It was a shame that Nick Scholfield missed...

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  • Feeding fibre for performance

    2.1.2017 - We've teamed up with Somerset-based Nuumed which manuactures fantastic saddle pads, among other things. You can read my second blog for them feeding fibre for performance, here. Or take a look below.    Feeding fibre for performance – written by Jeremy Scott For a racehorse to perform to its ability its...

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