Frontpage Slideshow | Copyright © 2006-2015 JoomlaWorks Ltd.

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

  • Snipe flies in

    11.7.17 -  Our yard conditional Robert Hawker landed the Friends of Yew Tree Handicap Chase at Worcester yesterday riding Lucinda Tylor’s home bred Jack Snipe. It was a slight step back in trip for Jack who had finished second over three miles one and a half furlongs at Fontwell in June. The ground had eased to good, good to soft in place after a heavy shower of rain, but this did little to deter...

    Read more: Snipe flies in

  • Jack Snipe runs at Fontwell

    15.6.17 - Robert Hawker rides Jack Snipe at Fontwell today in the Shoreham Port Handicap Chase (For The Alan Arnell Memorial Trophy). He won a novices’ handicap chase at Taunton in December, staying on strongly to win by eight lengths over the marathon three miles two and a half furlongs trip. His next outing was at Stratford in April over a furlong further where he finished third. He’s in good...

    Read more: Jack Snipe...

  • Day of Roses scores again

    07.06.17 - Day of Roses was the easy winner of the 3m1f novices' handicap chase at Fontwell Park yesterday under Nick Scholfield scoring his second success in nine days. 

    Read more: Day of Roses...

  • Rose to bloom at Fontwell

    06.06.17 - Day of Roses heads back to Fontwell this evening for the Book Your Christmas Party at Fontwell Park Novices' Handicap Chase with Nick Scholfield in the saddle. He carries a penatly for his course and distance win last week, and if he arrives in the same sort of form, he ought to go well again (although that old adage always back the outsider of three springs to mind!) We were very...

    Read more: Rose to bloom...

Sponsored By


NuuMed logo 2016



Jeremy Scott
Holworthy Farm
Brompton Regis

T: 01398 371414
M: 07709 279483

jeff bowery

@holworthyfarm capable of winning after a break (3 times i think) long way to go for notarfbad, am i allowed to ask if its in goor order ?

by jeff bowery


Arundell Arms Logo

Racing Post News