Ali Stronge



Ali Stronge

Castle Piece Stables

Eastbury, Hungerford, Bershire RG17 7JR
Tel 01488 72818

​​​​​​​Located in the village of Eastbury in the heart of the Berkshire countryside, Castle Piece Stables has been developed into an outstanding private training establishment. Ali and Sam have already amassed an impressive haul of winners under both codes and are passionate about establishing themselves as one of the leading dual-purpose training yards in the country.

Since purchasing Castle Piece in 2009, we have continued to upgrade the facilities to create the exceptional training establishment we have today.

  • 60m x 30m Martin Collins Active Track Outdoor Arena
  • 5 furlong Martin Collins Active Track
  • Lunge pen
  • 6 bay horse walker
  • Turnout paddocks
  • 8 furlong woodchip gallop with a gradient of 230ft
  • 2 furlong circular sand canter
  • Extensive hacking
  • Own transport with four-stall horsebox

​​We also use the Jockey Club Estate Mandown Gallops that comprise eight all-weather gallops, numerous grass gallops all varying in distance and climb, as well as all-weather and grass schooling facilities.



Helluvaboy (Ire)

2018 chesnut gelding by Helmet (Aus) ex Catbells (Ire) (Rakti (GB))

Laurence Bellman & Keith Trowbridge

A lovely three-year-old who we have given plenty of time to and will be a nice prospect once he steps up in trip.

Sky Storm (GB)

2017 chesnut filly by Night Of Thunder (Ire) ex Dinvar Dina (GB) (Dalakhani (Ire))

Eastbury Racing Club

A lightly raced filly who has some decent form on turf and the all-weather. She should give everyone in the Eastbury Racing Club some good days out in the summer.

Shares in the racing club are available here.

Yorktown (Ire)

2017 bay gelding by Free Eagle (Ire) ex Bryanstown (Ire) (Galileo (Ire))

C Spencer-Herbert, M Herbert & L Bellman

A nice type who has lovely pedigree. She was picked up for very small money and with a bit of luck could be a rough diamond.

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For over 30 years, The Lambourn Open Day has been the chief provider of funds for the welfare of our superb and hard working stable staff.

All the profits go towards helping them and their families. The bulk of the money goes to our Registered Charity, The Lambourn Valley Housing Trust. Please see below. The rest, about 10%, goes to helping various facilities for them, such as the Lambourn School, their Sports Club etc, as well as to the Thames Valley Air Ambulance.