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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

  • A tenth win for Unison

    21.2.18 - Unison scored his tenth win for us since joining us two years ago, running on strongly in the C&S Electrical Wholesale Handicap Hurdle at Taunton under Matt Griffiths to score by four and a half lengths. He was 5lbs than when scoring over course and distance last time out but that didn’t seem to bother him. He’s in the form of his life at the moment, and if we had a yard full like him it...

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  • Goonabegood maintains the momentum

    8.2.18 - Gonnabegood justified his favourite’s position at the head of the market by landing the two miles seven furlongs handicap hurdle at Towcester yesterday for the Free Spirits Partnership. Relatively lightly raced, he’s won a couple for us now,

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  • Three in a row

    5.2.18 - Our last three runners have been winners and its great that the yard is enjoying a good vein of form. Dashel Drasher, bred by Camilla, started the hat-trick on Thursday at Wincanton where he made a winning debut in the bumper under Matt Griffiths. It was a good performance and we hope he can build on that. Miss Minuty scored her third win for the yard since she joined us in July, just...

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  • Robin flies home

    22.1.18 - Native Robin landed yesterday's Handicap Chase having made all the running under a positive ride from Nick Scholfield to win by six lengths and give us our fourth win from our last 11 runners. He was four pounds higher than his previous win at Warwick and hopefully there's a bit more to come. He's entered in Saturday's Marston's Pedigree Handicap Chase at Uttoxeter. We were...

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Holworthy Farm
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