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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

  • Saturday double

    21/8/2016 - We were delighted with Notarfbad following his success in the 2m½f handicap chase on Saturday with a very gutsy performance. Following 18 months on the sidelines with a leg problem he ran at Stratford in June and then bolted up at Uttoxeter last month. Put up 10lbs for that success  we were confident he was somewhere near back to his best, and he forged clear of Easily Pleased three...

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  • Worcester runners this evening

    17 August, 2016 - This evening we have On The Bridge and Decimus at Worcester. On The Bridge was successful in two hunter chases this spring and is back over fences today in a competitive handicap chase. Decimus is very capable of winning this handicap hurdle but he is now a horse who has to have everything go his way. 

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  • First winner on the Flat at Sandown

    5/8/2016 - We were delighted to score our first ever Flat winner at Sandown last night where Unison won the Devine Homes Handicap under Silvestre de Sousa. Plenty of cause for celebration at Higher Holworthy Farm!

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  • A bold front running win for Notarfbad

    23/7/2016 - Notarfbad made all to win the Derby Telegraph Handicap Chase at Uttoxeter yesterday with Matt Griffiths in the saddle. We are thrilled with his performance as it was a decent handicap chase. He was well handicapped on his old form, running off a mark of 115, but even so he put in a faultless display.  We had four runners at the meeting in total with Billy Two Tongues second in the...

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Contact

Jeremy Scott
Holworthy Farm
Brompton Regis
Dulverton

T: 01398 371414
M: 07709 279483
E: holworthyfarm@yahoo.com

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