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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

  • Jack's on song

    12.9.17 - A great win for Moorlands Jack at Newton Abbot yesterday who proved age is no barrier when landing the 2m4f handicap chase. Nick Scholfield did a super job coaxing the best out of him. They took up the lead with three fences to go and then drew away from the field to score by 14 lengths.

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  • Perth and Newton Abbot runners

    11.9.17 - Both ends of the country today. Moorlands Jack (Nick Scholfield) is in the 2m5f handicap chase at Newton Abbot Racecourse today running off the same mark he won on in April and Notarfbad is at Perth Racecourse in the Sodexo Prestige Venues And Events Killiecrankie Handicap Chase where he steps up to 2m4f again. Richard Johnson rides.

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  • Two runners today

    23.8.17 - Two runners today with Miss Minuty, who has place claims on recent form, in Bath’s University And Literary Club EBF Fillies' Handicap and the front-running Notarfbad, who ran well in defeat after absence at Perth last month, in Worcester’s Startin Honda Handicap Chase. Miss Serious was in the process of running a good race at Newton Abbot yesterday evening until tipping up three from...

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  • Jack Snipe follows up his Worcester win at Newton Abbot

    1.8.17 -  Jack Snipe followed up his recent Worcester win at Newton Abbot yesterday where he landed the 3m2f handicap chase under yard conditional Robert Hawker. Lucinda Tylor’s homebred eight-year-old was always travelling well when taking the lead from joint favourite Kapgarde King on the final circuit and going on to win by 14 lengths. It was a great performance, and as long as the ground...

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Holworthy Farm
Brompton Regis

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